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Hug2Go: The Development of Indoor Smart Driving Personal Mobility

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Title
Hug2Go: The Development of Indoor Smart Driving Personal Mobility
Author
Lee, Sung-ho
Advisor
Lee, Hui-sung
Keywords
PMVs, The indoor mobility, Self-driving, Autonomous vehicle
Issue Date
2019-08
Publisher
Graduate School of Creative Design Engineering
Abstract
This paper presents an initial study on the acceptance of indoor PMVs through providing design and development of a new PMVs (Personal Mobility Vehicles). Hug2Go is the indoor personal mobility, finding passenger through self-driving and going to place by a new way of steering. The personal mobility vehicles (PMVs) emerged as a new category of transportation device in the early 2000s. PMVs offers several potential benefits to consumers and society. Many researchers focused on performance or acceptability of use. However, most of PMVs regarded as outdoor mobility. Recently, popular PMVs has been moved to sharing service area. We thought it opportunity area for the mobility market. In this research, we suppose a new model of indoor mobility and examine it possible to build on the market through the usability test. First, we discovered the context of indoor mobility with existing PMVs driving. Through the observation, we found meaningful insights. Second, we designed and developed indoor PMVs. Third, we conducted a usability evaluation with fifteen participants by using Hug2Go. Experimental results with fifteen participants regarding the acceptance of indoor PMVs validated the proposed latent needs. Finally, we discussed findings and opportunities for improvements. The purpose of this study and the development of PMVs is to provide a comprehensive background for initial research of indoor PMVs.
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