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  1. Ubiquitous Fitness

  2. Vision Shifting away from a segregated lifestyle where live, work and play is combined into a complete lifestyle.

  3. Vision

  4. Vision to Scenario

  5. Vision to Scenario

  6. Supporting Data

  7. Supporting Data How children reach school 9.4% bus 51.7% car 29.3% foot 8.3% bike 1.3% other

  8. Supporting Data Mobility/transit data for Italy and Bergamo: • Ratio of cars per person/household in Bergamo/Italy • Ratio of bikes per people/household in Bergamo/Italy • Most common methods of transit for: • Students (elementary-high school) • Professionals • Average distance to commute for: • Students (elementary-high school) • Professionals

  9. Supporting Data Positive inflow of people into the city center

  10. Supporting Data Bergamo bike sharing numbers: • How many bikes exist in the bike share? • How many locations of bike sharing stations are there? • What kind of amenities/services already exist within Bergamo’s bike share? • How many members are there? How many use it regularly? • How many trips are made per day/month/year? What is the average distance of trips traveled? • What are the demographics of people with bike share membership? • What are the demographics around bike share stations?

  11. Supporting Data Bici in Citta website shows in real time bikes available at specific stations

  12. Supporting Data Exercise habits data for Italians and Bergamesques • How many gym memberships are there per certain number of people? (Bergamo/Italy) • How many gym locations are there per certain area? (Bergamo/Italy) • What is the average cost and range of costs for gym memberships? (Bergamo/Italy) • What kind of amenities are there in the average gym? (Bergamo/Italy)

  13. Potential Collaborators • 3D production and prototyping facility at Fab Lab • Copenhagen Wheel (MIT) • MassDOT, Hubway (initial contact, Scott Hamwayscott.hamwey@state.ma.us) • Mayors office of New Urban Mechanics (Kris Carter, kristopher.carter@boston.gov) • Beth Altringer (Harvard Professor , design thinking, economics SEAS and GSD) • David Edwards and Andrea Sachdeva (GSD professors, ES20) • Boston Collective Delievery • Boston Urban League of Canners (Sam Katz) • Copenhagenize Design Company http://www.theatlanticcities.com/commute/2014/02/clever-cargo-bike-parking-solution/8505/)

  14. Potential Stakeholders • Technogym • Bergamo Public transportation authority • Bergamo City Planning • Bergamo bike sharing company (http://www.atb.bergamo.it/eng/Default.aspx?SEZ=3&PAG=60&NOT=173) • App developers we visited at TAG

  15. Precedents • Velib(Paris), Hubway (Boston), Citibike (New York, BikeMi (Milan) • Spotcycle (bike share app)

  16. Concerns • Lack of existing infrastructure (but more bikes will put pressure on city to build, what came first the chicken or the egg…) • Car-centric mentality • Current model of bike share (simple, heavy duty-durable) and what this means for adding additional weight/precarious attachments • Just how many pieces make sense? • Additional space required for new equipment stations • Concern of solution to “American” problem of obesity/fitness being pushed onto a European city • Safety • The ease of retrofitting – making sure the process is not cumbersome and underutilized because it requires too much additional effort.

  17. Components and Timeline Friday, 3/14: • Retrieve all validating data • Begin analyzing, visualizing all data • Meet with Technogym • Refined scenario and specific problems based off of above Friday, 3/21: • Cull through precedents (digital, physical, policy/program) • Further refine our scope Friday, 3/28: • Finalized product(s) • Finalized program • Finalized partners • Rough visualizations

  18. Components and Timeline Friday, 4/4: • Visualized data complete • Product/program complete Friday, 4/18: • Storyboard/video concept finalized Friday, 4/18: • First draft of video Friday, 4/25: • Final Review