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Introducing Buggy, the fully electric autonomous school transport solution. It is designed to pick and drop off students at various bus stops within a 1 km radius around any particular school. Buggy will not only encourage students to walk to and from school, but also reduce the congestion of cars in the school vicinity and lessen the impact of combustion engine transport on the environment.

Buggy is designed with a minimalist approach. The open glass focused design helps increase visibility for the user and also allows the public a look into what Buggy has to offer. Buggy also lessens parent's anxiety of their children to travelling to school alone, as it comes equipped with a state of the art autonomous driving system, which relies on LIDAR's advanced cameras, GPS and sensors. With this autonomous driving system, Buggy is able to easily maneuver to and from the school safely and promptly.

In addition, Buggy apps functionality allows Buggy to permanently connect to a designated server, which allows the user to know Buggy's location at all times. These apps also allow users to easily communicate with other Buggy users and assist users with decisions on whether to carpool or take Buggy.


Hi! My name is Jackson Hiew, I’m a graduate Industrial Designer from Monash University. I’m an overseas student from Malaysia, who is passionate about car design, product design and also technology.

kahjunhiew@yahoo.co.uk
+61 423 683 313

Jackson Hiew
Buggy
2016

Jackson Hiew

Monash University
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