JTC Case Challenge Future of Mobility 2023
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JTC’s Future of Mobility Case Challenge 2023 is a competition that brings polytechnic and university students from across multidisciplinary backgrounds together to conceptualise fresh solutions for real-life challenge statements from industry leaders ABB and Hyundai.
Here are the two challenge statements:
1) ABB – Re-designing electric vehicle charging
The power cables delivering up to 500A to charge electric vehicles tend to be very heavy and hard to manage. While we have designed a retractable cable management system, what other solutions can make the charging process more manageable?
Infokit will be shared upon registration.
2) Hyundai – Making mobility more accessible
Universal mobility broadly refers to a state where transport is accessible to everyone, including the elderly as well as those who are physically, cognitively and sensorily challenged. How can we (i) redesign our existing mobility services (public bus, MRT, taxi, private hire cars, shuttle buses, etc.) in-relation to vehicle, service and infrastructure OR (ii) propose more inclusive approaches to enable these disadvantaged groups to access public transport?
The top two winners for each challenge statement will walk away with $1,500 and $500 in cash respectively. Internship and full-time employment opportunities may also be offered to students from the winning teams.
To participate in the challenge, simply form a team* of three to five students, and appoint a member to register on behalf of the team by 30 November 2022. All members must be either polytechnic students or undergraduates at the point of the final date of the competition.
*Team members do not need to be from the same faculty, school or university.
Important Dates to Note
30 November 2022 – Registration closes at 11:59pm
05 December 2022 - Virtual Briefing (alternative session)
16 December 2022 – Submission of three-slide proposal (excludes cover and end slides) by 11:59pm to firstname.lastname@example.org
28 December 2022 – Announcement of shortlisted finalists from each case challenges
12 January 2023 – Finalists to present during JTC’s Future of Mobility Day. Announcement of winners.
Each team will be given 10 minutes for the presentation and five minutes for the Q&A. All teams should keep within the given timeframe to avoid incurring any penalty.
Assessment and Criteria
Teams will be judged based on the following:
- Profile of key stakeholders etc.
- References to similar case studies/pain points etc.
- Originality of ideas and concept
- Justification and substantiation of proposed initiatives
- Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed initiatives
Presentation of Proposal
- Effective presentation means
- Clear communication of ideas
*Your proposal must be original and has not been used or submitted for other events (including, but not limited to, competitions and projects).
We look forward to your participation!