Programme

IIID Mobility Days 2020

Three days, three times three hours:
4-6 November 2020, 12:30 – 15:30 Mumbai time

Timing is a challenge around the globe. With our original setting in Mumbai and our theme of high density multi-lingual environments we have centred our timing in Asia.

Los Angeles: 00:00-03:00 | Rio de Janeiro: 04:00-07:00 | New York: 3:00-06:00 | London: 8:00-11:00 | Mumbai: 12:30-15:30 | Tokyo: 16:00-19:00 | Sidney: 17:00-20:00

Wednesday 4th November

Session 1:
Mobility change – strategies and people


Future Mobility: 2030

Dr Myles Miller
CEO, LeadUP


Improved connectivity with the public vehicle to accelerate the level of its usage.

Komal Sudrik
Fr.CRCE, Bandra, INDIA

Co-Author:
Aquinas Correia Konnect Insights


Traffic signal management for an ambulance using radar with medical history database through biometric

Amita Das
JD College of Engineering and Management

Ayushi Agashe
JDCOEM


Making Travel Inside Central Business Districts efficient using Accelerated Moving Walkways and Periphery Parking Framework.

Amatya Agarwal
PES University


Thursday 5th November

Session 2:
Wayfinding and multi-language signage


Wayfinding/Signage Design opportunities and challenges for Multilingual Script within the Indian context.

Rajendra Thakre 
MIT Institute of Design, INDIA


Challenges for the design of bilingual traffic signs in China

Yuchan Zhang
Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading


Creating locality-specific transit guides

Yateendra Joshi
Independent Designer


Friday 6th November

Session 3:
Design methods / inclusive design


Making tourism more accessible

Abhishek Srivastava
U. P. Institute of Design, Noida
(A constituent college of Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow)

Bhawna Welturkar
Center for Study of Science Technology and Policy, Noida


Ladies’ Special: A Mixed Methods Study of Female Commuters in Mumbai Local Trains for Requirement Capture

Dhriti Dhaundiyal + Prof. Nishant Sharma
IDC, School of Design IIT Bombay


Mobility Provocations: Data Attitudes in an Information Civilization

Saurabh Nimsarkar
ArtCenter College of Design


Attitudes of people towards the car: Exploring habit formation process

Pramod Rajendran
School of Planning and Architecture