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  1. The Daily Activities (that may cause a problem to new international students) Dealing with Shopping in Stores • 2. How to Bike in the Netherlands

  2. Dealing with Shopping in Stores

  3. Similar Looking Products

  4. Language Barrier in Daily Products English Milk SoupSaltSugar Bath DutchMelkZeepZoutSuikerDouche

  5. Which is the most efficient way of dealing with everyday problems? TECHNOLOGY • By exploiting modern Technology such as Computers, Tablets and Smartphones • Pros • Portability • Internet Access • Interoperability • Offline Mode Proposal: Build a mobile application

  6. Mobile Application Overview • Smartphone Camera • Image Processing Techniques / Barcode Scanner • Connection with supermarket database • Retrieve the translated information about the product

  7. The Steps

  8. DUTCH BIKE RIDING GUIDE

  9. Bike Guide Booklet The booklet contains essential and handy stuff about riding a bike in the Netherlands

  10. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?

  11. Bike is The Main Transportation Good infrastructures for bicycle 100+ years history of using bikes Dutch have riding bicycles since their early ages Source : http://www.roadswerenotbuiltforcars.com/why-is-cycling-popular-in-the-netherlands-infrastructure-or-history/ Source : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-23587916

  12. New International Students • Cheaper option of transportation • Need to get familiar • Not everyone are aware of the biking rules in the early weeks of arrival Source : http://www.braintrack.com/images/college-and-work-news/study-says-students-learn-little-in-college-11011901.jpg

  13. WHERE TO FIND BIKES? Garage 3, Zuideinde 94, 2627 AH Delft +31619786076 or +31639030893 https://www.facebook.com/bicycle.delft

  14. THE GUIDE & RULES

  15. Basic Bike Riding While cycling, keep to the right (red) lane Source : http://beforeitsnews.com/environment/2013/05/bicycle-infrastructure-policy-needs-to-change-to-increase-ridership-improve-public-health-harvard-study-my-own-2470162.html

  16. Basic Bike Riding Use your hand to signal before turning left / right Source : http://www.denhaag.nl/en/residents/to/Rules-of-the-road-for-cyclists.htm Image Source: http://www.esurance.com/driving-tips/share-the-road-with-cyclists

  17. Basic Bike Riding Beware at intersections! Source : http://www.denhaag.nl/en/residents/to/Rules-of-the-road-for-cyclists.htm Image Source: http://wiki.coe.neu.edu/groups/nl2011transpo/revisions/ba51e/107/

  18. Traffic Lights In addition to the normal traffic lights, There are specific traffic lights for cyclist! And they also have a red light =) Image Source : http://newcycling.org/news/20130705/tony-reports-netherlands

  19. The Road Signs “You must use this cycle path” “Forbidden with Exceptions for cyclists” “This is the recommended cycle path” “Give priority to vehicles crossing in the road ahead” Source : http://www.denhaag.nl/en/residents/to/Rules-of-the-road-for-cyclists.htm

  20. During Bad Weather… Get off the bike when cycling around EWI building on windy days! Source : The History of TU Delft, Welcome Package Source : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/58/TU-Delft-EWI-1.jpg

  21. Pump Your Wheel for Free In front AULA TU Below EWI Building Source : http://www.denhaag.nl/en/residents/to/Rules-of-the-road-for-cyclists.htm

  22. Keep Your Bike Safe! Keep your bike more secure than your neighbour's Source : http://lifehacker.com/5942301/the-proper-way-to-lock-your-bicycle Image: http://www.streetsblog.org/category/issues-campaigns/bike-boulevards/ Image: https://bicycledutch.wordpress.com/2012/04/02/bicycle-parking-restrictions-in-the-netherlands/

  23. Keep Your Bike Safe! Invest in double…or triple locks! Source : http://lifehacker.com/5942301/the-proper-way-to-lock-your-bicycle Image: http://media.nbclosangeles.com/images/correctbikelock.jpg

  24. Keep Your Bike Safe! Make your bike ugly…seriously Source : http://lifehacker.com/5942301/the-proper-way-to-lock-your-bicycle

  25. What Can Get You Fined? Bad Steering: 90 Euro No Bell: 35 Euro No Reflector: 35 Euro No Lights: 55 Euro No tire, wheel or pedal reflectors: 35 Euro Bad Brakes: 90 Euro Bad Pedals: 90 Euro Source : Delft Survival News, 23 August 2013, Issue 2 Source : http://www.fastcodesign.com/1672445/11-of-the-worlds-hottest-bikes

  26. BONUS: 3 Bike Maintenance Skills Tighten Loose Bolts Fixing Broken Chain Links Fixing Flat Tire Source : http://greatist.com/fitness/bike-repair-maintenance-guide Source : http://ironmandad.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Flat-Tire-Boy.jpg

  27. Process followed in the making of this presentation • Brainstorming • Voting on the ideas • Dividing work groups • Designation of individual work • Simultaneous completion of individual work • Combine & Finalize

  28. Team Roles Leader : MichailVasilakis Detail planners : SamiyaParvez, GeorgiosOikonomou Creative thinkers : Ding Yingbei, Zhu Bowen Implementers : Andre Madian, Wu Yangqun

  29. THANK YOU It’s all about making our lives more comfortable…