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Matthias Fischer

Managing Director / Industrial Designer

Concepts for the Future of Regional Transport

PRESENTED ON MAY 28, 2019
IN TOKYO @ VOL 164

Transportation & industrial designer, Matthias Fischer gives an insight into his railway projects.

工業・鉄道デザイナーのMatthias Fischerは彼の鉄道プロジェクトを中心にプレゼンテーションを行います。

 

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The Future: Thinking About Design

BY KATIE HILL
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 19, 2010

Katie Hill and her presentation "The Future: Thinking About Design," recorded at PKN Leeds Vol. 5 earlier this year.

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At the Crossroads of Art and Science: Transport in 30 Years

BY VICTOR WEI
@ VOL 4 ON NOV 29, 2013

As Director of Transportation in Richmond, Victor Wei spends his professional life pondering the future of all movement within the city. He discusses the symbiotic relationship of art and engineering, and expounds upon his projections for Richmond's bright future.

 

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Transport Action Atlantic

BY ASHLEY MORTON
@ VOL 23 ON FEB 02, 2017

Ashley Morton is the Vice-President and senior Nova Scotia member of Transport Action Atlantic, a regional NGO who advocate for convenient, sustainable, affordable public transportation. TAA are strong supporters of urban public transportation, but spend most of their time thinking and talking about regional and inter-urban public transportation, with a focus on rail.

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Rethinking Public Transport Design

BY ZOË PALMER
@ VOL 45 ON AUG 15, 2017

Yasser Booley, a photographer from Cape Town, recently embarked on a journey from Cape Town to Dar es Salaam using only public transport. Aurecon is using Yasser’s story as a design thinking tool to understand the needs of public transport users.

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Designing a Better Transport Service

BY GEOFF GARDNER
@ VOL 12 ON NOV 08, 2017

The new train carriages on the Heathrow Express are a masterpiece of design: cool, calm and emulating first class cabin fixtures and fittings. But how about the design of the service? It is seamless, relaxing and user-centric? This talk covers the basics of transport planning, but also considers how Service Design might help providers improve the experience at their touchpoints and how better design might be prototyped. Geoff Gardner, Freelance Transport Planner with experience of working at Heathrow, TfL and AstraZeneca.

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The Future of Transport will be MaaS-ive...

BY GLEN KOOREY
@ VOL 36 ON SEP 17, 2018

Glen Koorey has been a Principal with local transport consulting firm ViaStrada since 2016. Prior to that, he spent 12 years teaching and researching transportation at Canterbury University. He specializes in road safety and sustainable transport, particularly in the areas of speed management and providing for cycling, but has also been investigating the role of future transport technologies. In this Pecha Kucha, Glen introduces the concept of "Mobility as a Service (MaaS), because he believes that the immediate future of transport is more about connecting many travel options (and payment) seamlessly, not self-driving cars.

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Imagining our transport future

BY SIMON KINGHAM
@ VOL 36 ON SEP 17, 2018

Simon Kingham spends 3 days a week at the University of Canterbury where he is Professor of Geography. His research and teaching interests primarily focus on the impact of the urban environment on individual and community health and wellbeing. Much of his research uses geospatial science including some done through the GeoHealth Laboratory, of which he is the Director. His research is generally applied and carried out with end users with a strong community engagement focus.

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Is public transport planning just for bureaucrats and consultants, or is there space for true community involvement?

BY ROBERT HENDERSON
@ VOL 36 ON SEP 17, 2018

Rob Henderson worked tirelessly for 6 years promoting bike share as part of Christchurch's public transport network. After being told "now's not the time for new ideas" he crowd-funded and launched a bike share pilot, and built a local community in support of the idea; providing the basis for a city business case for bike share. Before watching consultants and overseas companies get all the rewards.

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Future of Transportation in Dense Cities

BY AGNES KOLTAY
@ VOL 18 ON NOV 17, 2018

2D vs. 3D 

Future of Transportation in Dense Cities by Agnes Koltay.