READY TO SERVE
READY TO SERVE

Opt-in asynchronous and real-time syncing of driver and passenger data empower vehicles to be more responsive.

CONTEXT AWARE
CONTEXT AWARE

Vehicles will be informed about the events of an occupant’s day and help them plan accordingly.

NEW VISTAS
NEW VISTAS

As vehicles take on more of the driving load, form factors may change allowing occupants to better take in views while en route.

LINKING AFFORDANCES
LINKING AFFORDANCES

Transitioning between driving modes presents exciting opportunities to establish new interface paradigms.

PARTNERING UP
PARTNERING UP

Car linking or “platooning” could play an important role in maximizing the use of our existing infrastructure.

EXPRESSION OF INTENT
EXPRESSION OF INTENT

External visual indications that vehicles are linked in a road train or “platoons” will need to be developed and standardized.

THOUGHTFUL TRANSITIONS
THOUGHTFUL TRANSITIONS

New ways for vehicles to transform according to their current mode of use will be designed.

WORK, CONNECT, ENJOY
WORK, CONNECT, ENJOY

Autonomous vehicle occupants will be free to work to enjoy entertainment while traveling.

VISUAL LINKING INDICATORS
VISUAL LINKING INDICATORS

Projections of the road surface further indicate that two vehicles are linked and traveling together.

ENHANCED AMBIENCE
ENHANCED AMBIENCE

New forms of occupant interaction, seating configurations and ambient affordances will enhance journeys in the future.

A NEW FAMILIAR SITE
A NEW FAMILIAR SITE

Fully automated package delivery vehicles may become a common sight on streets in the future.

CONVENIENT CURBSIDE SERVICE
CONVENIENT CURBSIDE SERVICE

Users of automated delivery enjoy up to the minute service curbside while human drivers provide higher touch services.

SAFE AND SECURE DELIVERY
SAFE AND SECURE DELIVERY

Biometrics such as facial recognition will ensure that deliveries are made safely.

NEIGHBORHOOD FRIEND
NEIGHBORHOOD FRIEND

Autonomous vehicles may frequent particular neighborhoods so they can develop richer context awareness.

ADAPTIVE DELIVERY ON-THE-FLY
ADAPTIVE DELIVERY ON-THE-FLY

Packages can be sorted on the go thus accommodating any late breaking delivery requests.

AT YOUR SERVICE
AT YOUR SERVICE

Mobile touch points to automated delivery platforms provide new levels of on-demand convenience.

HANDLE WITH CARE
HANDLE WITH CARE

Packages are marked with instructions so that robotic systems know just how to handle them.

PICKUP AND DROP OFF...RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER
PICKUP AND DROP OFF...RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER

Automated package delivery platforms also serve as drop off points, thus bringing the the post office to a corner near you.

EASING CONGESTION
EASING CONGESTION

Autonomous vehicles leveraging smart algorithms and real-time traffic feeds will know when to vacate dense traffic areas, thereby further alleviating traditional rush hour peak traffic.

A SIZE FOR ALL TASKS
A SIZE FOR ALL TASKS

Various sizes of automated package delivery vehicles may emerge to accommodate routes with different demands.

CHARGE WHILE LOADING
CHARGE WHILE LOADING

Inductive charging at warehouses can take place as vehicles are being loaded at the beginning or route runs.

LEVERAGING INFRASTRUCTURE
LEVERAGING INFRASTRUCTURE

Work On Wheels services make use of under-utilized city infrastructure.

AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT
AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT

Ad hoc networks of support services including food trucks compliment Work On Wheels sites that have basic facilities.

CONNECTED AND COMFORTABLE
CONNECTED AND COMFORTABLE

Future mobile workspaces supply teams with connected, climate controlled environments to help maximize productivity.

NATURALLLY COLLABORATIVE
NATURALLLY COLLABORATIVE

Collaboration in Work On Wheels systems either physically or virtually is optimal. Privacy can be controlled as desired.

AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT
AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT

Ad hoc networks of support services including food trucks compliment Work On Wheels sites that have basic facilities.

OPTIMIZED FOR TEAM WORK
OPTIMIZED FOR TEAM WORK

The work of teams is stored in the cloud, allowing teams to conveniently pick up where they left off the previous day.

RECONFIGURABLE
RECONFIGURABLE

Work On Wheels pods can return to a staging base for recharging if on site power is not provided to be reconfigured.

MAKING WAY
MAKING WAY

Work On Wheels pods can move after the evening peak commute, freeing up locations to be used for another purpose.

AUTOMATED DISTRIBUTION
AUTOMATED DISTRIBUTION

Autonomous Work On Wheels pods can return to their warehouse hubs for recharging and reconfiguration.

A VARIETY OF CONFIGURATIONS
A VARIETY OF CONFIGURATIONS

Charging, reconfiguration and cleaning can all be done during off peak hours.

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READY TO SERVE
CONTEXT AWARE
NEW VISTAS
LINKING AFFORDANCES
PARTNERING UP
EXPRESSION OF INTENT
THOUGHTFUL TRANSITIONS
WORK, CONNECT, ENJOY
VISUAL LINKING INDICATORS
ENHANCED AMBIENCE
A NEW FAMILIAR SITE
CONVENIENT CURBSIDE SERVICE
SAFE AND SECURE DELIVERY
NEIGHBORHOOD FRIEND
ADAPTIVE DELIVERY ON-THE-FLY
AT YOUR SERVICE
HANDLE WITH CARE
PICKUP AND DROP OFF...RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER
EASING CONGESTION
A SIZE FOR ALL TASKS
CHARGE WHILE LOADING
LEVERAGING INFRASTRUCTURE
AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT
CONNECTED AND COMFORTABLE
NATURALLLY COLLABORATIVE
AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT
OPTIMIZED FOR TEAM WORK
RECONFIGURABLE
MAKING WAY
AUTOMATED DISTRIBUTION
A VARIETY OF CONFIGURATIONS
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READY TO SERVE

Opt-in asynchronous and real-time syncing of driver and passenger data empower vehicles to be more responsive.

CONTEXT AWARE

Vehicles will be informed about the events of an occupant’s day and help them plan accordingly.

NEW VISTAS

As vehicles take on more of the driving load, form factors may change allowing occupants to better take in views while en route.

LINKING AFFORDANCES

Transitioning between driving modes presents exciting opportunities to establish new interface paradigms.

PARTNERING UP

Car linking or “platooning” could play an important role in maximizing the use of our existing infrastructure.

EXPRESSION OF INTENT

External visual indications that vehicles are linked in a road train or “platoons” will need to be developed and standardized.

THOUGHTFUL TRANSITIONS

New ways for vehicles to transform according to their current mode of use will be designed.

WORK, CONNECT, ENJOY

Autonomous vehicle occupants will be free to work to enjoy entertainment while traveling.

VISUAL LINKING INDICATORS

Projections of the road surface further indicate that two vehicles are linked and traveling together.

ENHANCED AMBIENCE

New forms of occupant interaction, seating configurations and ambient affordances will enhance journeys in the future.

A NEW FAMILIAR SITE

Fully automated package delivery vehicles may become a common sight on streets in the future.

CONVENIENT CURBSIDE SERVICE

Users of automated delivery enjoy up to the minute service curbside while human drivers provide higher touch services.

SAFE AND SECURE DELIVERY

Biometrics such as facial recognition will ensure that deliveries are made safely.

NEIGHBORHOOD FRIEND

Autonomous vehicles may frequent particular neighborhoods so they can develop richer context awareness.

ADAPTIVE DELIVERY ON-THE-FLY

Packages can be sorted on the go thus accommodating any late breaking delivery requests.

AT YOUR SERVICE

Mobile touch points to automated delivery platforms provide new levels of on-demand convenience.

HANDLE WITH CARE

Packages are marked with instructions so that robotic systems know just how to handle them.

PICKUP AND DROP OFF...RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER

Automated package delivery platforms also serve as drop off points, thus bringing the the post office to a corner near you.

EASING CONGESTION

Autonomous vehicles leveraging smart algorithms and real-time traffic feeds will know when to vacate dense traffic areas, thereby further alleviating traditional rush hour peak traffic.

A SIZE FOR ALL TASKS

Various sizes of automated package delivery vehicles may emerge to accommodate routes with different demands.

CHARGE WHILE LOADING

Inductive charging at warehouses can take place as vehicles are being loaded at the beginning or route runs.

LEVERAGING INFRASTRUCTURE

Work On Wheels services make use of under-utilized city infrastructure.

AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT

Ad hoc networks of support services including food trucks compliment Work On Wheels sites that have basic facilities.

CONNECTED AND COMFORTABLE

Future mobile workspaces supply teams with connected, climate controlled environments to help maximize productivity.

NATURALLLY COLLABORATIVE

Collaboration in Work On Wheels systems either physically or virtually is optimal. Privacy can be controlled as desired.

AD HOC NETWORK SUPPORT

Ad hoc networks of support services including food trucks compliment Work On Wheels sites that have basic facilities.

OPTIMIZED FOR TEAM WORK

The work of teams is stored in the cloud, allowing teams to conveniently pick up where they left off the previous day.

RECONFIGURABLE

Work On Wheels pods can return to a staging base for recharging if on site power is not provided to be reconfigured.

MAKING WAY

Work On Wheels pods can move after the evening peak commute, freeing up locations to be used for another purpose.

AUTOMATED DISTRIBUTION

Autonomous Work On Wheels pods can return to their warehouse hubs for recharging and reconfiguration.

A VARIETY OF CONFIGURATIONS

Charging, reconfiguration and cleaning can all be done during off peak hours.

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