In the Mobility as a Service context, and in particular regarding car sharing, Risciò Project aims to address the needs for a platform “born to be shared”, flexible enough to be exploited in different kind of shared economy frameworks, and able to provide a complete service in a profitable way. According to this vision, the platform should not only consist in an urban mission dedicated vehicle, but needs to comprehend add-in devices, an app that permits configurations by the user and an IT system that manages the service. All the phases of the service are considered, starting when the user is off board, accompanying him/her during the driving phase until he/she stops the ride, and allowing for full connectivity during the whole process.
With the aim to develop such a platform, the ASP Risciò Project focused on developing innovative technological and business solutions, specifically designed for a well-defined niche of customers and users. From the technological perspective, the team worked on the User Experience for an urban vehicle to be used in different kind of sharing economy scenarios such as car-sharing or corporate fleets.
Principal Academic Tutor
Stefano Carabelli, Dipartimento di Automatica e Informatica, Politecnico di Torino
Pietro Nume, IAAD – Istituto di Arte Applicata e Design
Etra Project S.r.l.s.
Matteo Barale, Etra Projects S.r.l.s.
Girgor Hili, Design Project Responsible
Jacopo Berlusconi, Energy Engineering Politecnico di Milano
Marco Boretto, Mechanical Engineering Politecnico di Torino
Paolo Marini, Management Engineering Politecnico di Milano
David Nchekwube Chukwudi, Mechatronic Engineering Politecnico di Torino
Andrea Radicioni [Team Controller], Mechanical Engineering Politecnico di Milano