Designing future mobility: Wellbeing and healthcare (Project Chiron)

Michael Shanks*, Kimihiko Iwamura, Tina Maria Brinks (Member of author group), Kean Kindesgaard (Member of author group)

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Designing mobility to serve human and social values. The project assumes a premise that research needs to be focused on human values and experiences that can and will inform the design of future mobility. This is to embrace the importance of experience design that involves human values beyond usefulness and function.
In particular, this project aims to research how mobility may be designed in the future in association with human wellbeing and healthcare. It aims to connect this research with Nissan strategic values. With this aim, specific project objectives include:
● to research and deliver high-resolution specification of human values and experiences associated with wellbeing and healthcare that can inform the design of user-centered future mobility,
● to pursue close coordination and collaboration with the expertise of Nissan Research Center.
The project will define the features of a research area that connects mobility with wellbeing and healthcare for Nissan.
Original languageDanish
Number of pages19
Publication statusPublished - 1. May 2022

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