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GlobalDrive 2018/2019
NAMI

GlobalDrive 2017 is a joint project between Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Technical University of Munich, Germany. This project is funded by the National Research Foundation Singapore in cooperation with TUMCREATE AND NTU. 

 

The team was given a design brief to develop a vehicle in light of the possible challenges in the future of mobility, namely autonomous vehicles. Hence the team worked towards designing an interior that helped users get accustomed to travelling without a driver.

 

 

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Team NTU:
Jon Lee En

Ng Lee Hwa

Goh Ming Xiu

Justinne Alethea Casuga

 

TUMCreate

Nanyang Technological University

Technical University of Munich

Team TUM:

Lukas Kopp

Bernhard Bauer

Christian Barthelme 

Michael Schoeffman

Supervisors:
Jeffrey Hong (NTU)

Prof Ng H.W (NTU)

Adrian Koenig (TUM)

Alexander Koch (TUM)

Ferdinand Schockenhoff

 
 
GlobalDrive 2016/2017
TUMCreate-NTU-TUM (Scube, Micro Mobility)

GlobalDrive 2016 is a joint project between Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Technological University of Munich, Germany; in collaboration with TUMCreate. This project is funded by the National Research Foundation Singapore in cooperation with TUMCREATE AND NTU. 

 

The team was given a design brief to develop a vehicle in light of the possible challenges in the future of mobility. Hence the team worked towards creating a smart, suitable and sustainable project that considers both the public transport and individual needs. 

 

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Team NTU:
Douglas Lim 
Sim Lee Leng 

Lu Yunfan

Richmond Ten

 

TUMCreate

Nanyang Technological University

Technological University of Munich

Team TUM:
Bijan Hatam

Lukas Merkle

Thomas Herrmann

Vladimir Medovy

Supervisors:

Manfred Kloppel (TUM)

Felix Romer (TUM)

Michael Wittmann (TUM)
Jeffrey Hong (NTU)
Prof Ng H.W (NTU)

Prof M. Linkamp (NTU)

 
GlobalDrive 2017/2018
quaNTUM (Hyperform, Future of Travel Experience)

GlobalDrive 2017 is a joint project between Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Technical University of Munich, Germany . This project is funded by the National Research Foundation Singapore in cooperation with TUMCREATE and NTU.

The team was given a design brief to develop a vehicle in light of the possible challenges in the future of mobility. Hence the team worked towards creating a customised mobility experience that adapts to preferences of users while travelling. 

 

 

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Team NTU:
Orion Dai

Jeremy Ng

Nigel Leong

Tan Chuan Yeow

 

TUMCreate

Nanyang Technological University

Technical University of Munich

Team TUM:

Maximilian Fischer

Christopher Heiduk

Matthias Rowold

Julian Walter

Supervisors:
Jeffrey Hong (NTU)
Prof Ng H.W (NTU)

Benedict Danquah (TUM)

Aditya Pathak (TUMCreate)

Ganesh Sethuraman (TUMCreate)

GlobalDrive 2017/2018
quaNTUM (Hyperform, Future of Travel Experience)

GlobalDrive 2017 is a joint project between Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Technical University of Munich, Germany. This project is funded by the National Research Foundation Singapore in cooperation with TUMCREATE AND NTU. 

 

The team was given a design brief to develop a vehicle in light of the possible challenges in the future of mobility. Hence the team worked towards creating a customised mobility experience that adapts to preferences of users while travelling. 

 

 

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Team NTU:
Orion Dai

Jeremy Ng

Nigel Leong

Tan Chuan Yeow

 

TUMCreate

Nanyang Technological University

Technical University of Munich

Team TUM:

Maximilian Fischer

Christopher Heiduk

Matthias Rowold

Julian Walter

Supervisors:
Jeffrey Hong (NTU)
Prof Ng H.W (NTU)

Benedict Danquah (TUM)

Aditya Pathak (TUMCreate)

Ganesh Sethuraman (TUMCreate)

GlobalDrive 2012/2013
BMW-NTU-TUM (The Lounger)

GlobalDrive 2013 is a joint project between Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Technological University of Munich, Germany; in collaboration with the BMW Group.

 

The team was given a design brief to develop a vehicle for the future megacities set in the year 2030. Hence the team identified key issues like congestion problems, space limitations and the stressful lifestyles of the busy and hectic lives that people of the future would be likely to face.

 

The challenge was to build a working prototype within a time period of 8 months and within a given budget of $8000 Euros, which would finally be showcased to professionals from BMW, Audi and Continental as well as students from universities from Germany, Mexico, China and Singapore. 

Team NTU:
Adeline Pratama (Product Design, Final Year)
Mark Sim (Product Design, Final Year)
Arjun (Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor's Thesis)
Randy Ngatimin (Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor's

Thesis)

BMW Group

Nanyang Technological University

Technological University of Munich

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Team TUM:

Christina Frank (Mechincal Engineering, Diploma Thesis)
Ferdinand Neumayer (Engineering & Management, Masters Thesis)
Stefanus Stahl (Engineering Science, Bachelor's Thesis)
Markus Balluf (Automotive Engineering, Bachelor's Thesis)

Supervisors:

Moritz Steffan (TUM)
Jeffrey Hong (NTU)
Yap Fook Fah (NTU)
Ng Heong Wah (NTU)

 
 
GlobalDrive 2011/2012
REHAU-NTU-TUM(eBike to Rent)

With increasing emphasis on mobility and flexibility, megacities are seeking out new solutions to mobility and transportation issues. Developing a fast, safe and reliable transportation system with minimal impact on our environment presents itself as one of the big challenges today. To overcome existing limits, future mobility should include intermodal solutions which combines different means of transportation effectively. EBike-To-Rent project presents one possible solution to the task of having an ebike sharing system for urban areas. 

 

A collaborative project between TUM (Germany) and NTU (Singapore) with a team comprising of 6 Engineers and 2 Designers.

Team Members:

Anne Somschor               Kuganeshan Ganesamoorthy           Leonard Ng Zhenhui 

Nicholas Ong                    Simon Lingenhol                                Thomas Harsch                    Tingaran Puvanasan

 

Supervisors:

Fabrizio Galli                     Professor Fook Fah Yap                    Frederic Chucholowski

Rehau AG + Co

Nanyang Technological University

Technological University of Munich

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GlobalDrive 2010/2011
REHAU-NTU-TUM  (Bike To Go)

The GlobalDrive Bike-To-Go is a collaboration between Technological University of Munich and Nanyang Technological University in 2011. The design brief was to create a foldable electric bike that could help solve traffic congestion in megacities, while providing an alternative lifestyle to the city dwellers. The term "electrical mobility" was hence redefined from hereforth.

Team N2M:

Christine Mattern                    Moritz Steffan               Stephan Sedlmair                    Stefanie Kurtz

Cheng Chai Siang                    Pow Ying Hern              Teo Kok Yung Jason               Ton That Phu Duc

 

Supervisors:

Stephan Schickram                Professor Ng Heong Wah               Professor Peer Mohideen Sathikh

 

Rehau AG + Co

Nanyang Technological University

Technological University of Munich

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