Volvo Ocean Race Connectivity Play

Connected workplace play is an exhibition installation that tells how connectivity can boost efficiency in the future logistic system through gamification. It encourages visitors to learn the application of connectivity by loading vehicles with appropriate materials in a connected system to keep the construction site up and running.

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The installation uses AR and NFC technology to translate the play with physical objects to the digital interface. It brings the wow effect to intrigue more ideas and conversations about how connectivity can shape the workplace in the future.

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The installation uses AR and NFC technology to translate the play with physical objects to the digital interface. It brings the wow effect to intrigue more ideas and conversations about how connectivity can shape the workplace in the future.

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DB Shenker Interactive Game

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Logistic system play is an interactive game that explains how DB Shenker creates values in transportation and logistic system. It helps DB Shenker to explain their core business with a playful experience to their visitors in fairs and exhibitions.

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Each modality of transportation has its pros and cons. In the game, each player needs to figure out the best combined transportation solution to get as many goods delivered in a short time.

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Golden Ridge Autonomous Park Rover

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With its lounge-like interior and personal guide infotainment system working together with the fully autonomous features the Rover is designed to provide an ultimate “mobility as a service” experience for park visitors in China. Visitors can relax and enjoy the scenery while the vehicle handles the rest.

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Inspired by the modern living room, the Rover gives families and groups of people the opportunity to enjoy the serenity of the park together while being safely driven to their favourite spots autonomously.

With usage being confined to parks, this autonomous vehicle explores the frontier of full scale autonomous transportation in a complex but controlled, low-risk environment with real users.

Transportation has always been about taking people from one point to the other. However with the Rover, the journey is what takes precedence. The Rover actively recommends passengers sightseeing points as well as gives them information about the park as they ride in it.

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The Rover has been designed to be a part of a complete mobility service ecosystem integrated with a mobile application and cloud service that lets visitors summon the Part Rover and pay for it directly from the app itself. Making the rover a true pioneer of the future of mobility services.

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Veoneer Journey Replay

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Journey Replay is an interface that reinforces the driving experience in an autonomous vehicle right after the ride. It offers a second chance to build understanding and trust between the driver and the autonomous technology.

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The entire autonomous journey is visualised in a 3D environment in the upper section of the display. It explains various events happen in the journey in different locations.

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Driving an autonomous vehicle is about collaboration between the driver and the technology. The interface explains what the vehicle understands with sensor visualisation panels at the bottom of the display. It makes the vehicle’s decision making process transparent and comprehensive.

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An autonomous vehicle needs to deal with complex driving situations than just being perfect in a controlled prototyping environment. The interface also has a path panel to visualise each of the decision point and other possible results if the driving environment has been changed.

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Prime Polisen

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Sweden has in recent years had a well-known shortage of police, and last spring Sweden's Television reported that the police density is the lowest in ten years and that eight out of ten police think they rarely or never have the right staffing in relation to the demands made. In order to get more people to apply and to rectify the shortage, the Police has started investing in recruitment campaigns, and is now launching a new campaign related to the application period 5-30 November.

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The Techno Creatives partnered with Prime Group and the Swedish Police to create an Augmented Reality experience to call on those who naturally seek to serve their community when they saw something not quite right around them.

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The Augmented Reality screen acted as a see through window, and at first glance it seemed completely normal. But as soon as people walked past it, to their surprise, there appeared to be a crime bring committed right behind them. Fortunately for them the crime was only being committed on a screen. Peoples reaction to what they saw was captured on video and highlighted with a call to action to join the police force.

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Grundfos FutureLab 2.0

Grundfos FutureLab 2.0

With a spirit of constantly innovating for sustainability, Grundfos sought to find ways to inspire their clients, partners and visitors on how to address the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals of climate change and water scarcity. Through a web of stories, imagine if scenarios and facts, we created an interactive experience that immerses visitors in to a world of opportunities. Welcome to the Connected World.