Communauté de l'Open HardWare/Atelier N°1

De Communauté de la Fabrique des Mobilites

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When : November 15th

Where : Square - 100 rue amelot, Paris

Why Open Hardware in Mobility ?

  • go faster,
  • share resources and development, mutualise
  • simplify co-creation without heavy contract,
  • increase your ecosystem,
  • reinvent your business model by centering on your own added value
  • create standard, increase reutilisation and business

Example with Faraday Motion Open Source Hyperboard :

Skate faraday.jpeg

Projects Presentations

  • Introduction of Paris Open Source Summit
  • Feed Back from POC21 : Benjamin Tincq, http://www.poc21.cc/12-projects/  :
    • Documentation : full report available, movie
    • Identification common problems that many projects have to tackled together : for example transform AC/DC in open hardware that can served several projects,
    • Strong misunderstanding around licenses : design, process to build, using CC and CERN for protection,
    • Difference between makers and entrepreneurs: after the camp few people really know what to do.
    • Huge amount of interest from developing countries: links to create with CODATU, Mobilise your cities,
    • Business models: economic models with blockchain / tocken can be useful for open source. Tockens can be used for growing a network, to create links community, “tockenising contributions”.
  • Projects presentations (15' / project) : general overview, documentations, lessons learns, next step
    • [presentation] Ampool (http://ampool.fr ) Vehicle Open Source first based on OSV then evolution, Mobility platform, Living Lab in Aquitaine Region
      • specifications available,
      • vehicle not homologated,
      • Difficulties : better describe at the beginning the objectives and benefits for all partners,
      • next step : starting with an homologated vehicle,
    • [presentation] Welo.io (http://www.welo.io ) : open source bike sharing solution
      • Electronic, softwares : Open source,
      • API private and public
      • POC done,
      • next step : looking for 100 bikes.
      • Difficulties : skills acquisition of electronic, technical integration and urban integration.
    • [presentation] Local Motors (https://localmotors.com/localmotors/the-awesome-system-driverless-mobility-on-demand/activity/ ) : in Berlin Co-creation for the design + micro-manufacturing for the production,
      • 51000 members,
      • Based on challenges for co-creation : different competitions
      • Airbus cargo drone production in One years, Rally fighter: 18 months – military vehicle, proto in 5 months,
      • 3D printed car with challenge on-line in 20 hours for chassis printing and machining, commercialization in USA end of 2016 – homologation on-going,
      • Berlin in 2015 : challenge on-line : collective, on-demand autonomous shuttle, currently rented by DB and in demo in Washington, partly 3D printed, Watson IBM inside.
      • Rewarding for the contributions => challenge reward with prices, day to day creation work rewarded function of the engagement + rights given to LM and royalties gave back,
    • [presentation] Faraday Motion (http://faradaymotion.com ), with Sune Pedersen, see post on FabMob blog about this project
      • Light EV, hyperboard, used as a MVP to learn how to design and deploy EV
      • hosted in Startupbootcamp Berlin
      • Arduino, Open hardware, motor controller open source
      • Starting from Makers but now looking for industrialisation + €,
      • Everything is available on line : can be download and 3D printed
      • Small Communauty with first consumers
      • Faraday détaille les actions en cours pour avoir les inputs de la communauté
      • Business models : making money with hardware for the moment
      • Next steps : Visions : EV connected to produce datas,
      • Benefits of open source : appropriation by consumers, making the product via maker is a good way to learn through/from them, hiring process is different with collaboration before hiring, no marketing, extensible (soft, hard), open soft/hardware approach, license : CC and GPL
    • [presentation] Logistic Open Source (based on Renault Twizy) :
      • Develop and test new logistic chain with a twizy redesign for plugging a box
      • Connexion with existing startups working on delivery chain, on open hardware, on standard box for logistic, mutualisation with others cars for the interfaces between vehicle and box
    • [presentation] POM project : Hardware platform of Twizy open for ecosystem innovations : See Twizy Open Source POM
      • Target : opening design of future vehicles,
      • Opening a technical minimal platform for co-development based on Twizy:
      • Several circles of contributors :
        • University, schools, startup, makers,
        • ex-suppliers becoming partners, cities,
        • industrial,
      • Start for problem to solve then Transform the vehicle to invent new usages
      • Needs expressed : feedbacks from ecosystem to Renault design,
      • Asset proposed by Renault :
        • Hardware open with all specs,
        • Production of POM as a derivative in the existing assembly line
      • Propositions expressed :
        • Gael Musquet want one to hack it and made a military robot
        • Build National or European Challenge based on Twizy Hardware starting with Urban problems to solve : FabMob Urban Challenges
    • [presentation] Thomas Cocirta : http://mobotiq.com Electric Pod, 3 wheels, driverless, peer to peer sharing, urban (1m large), tilting vehicle, easy to maintain and wash
      • Romania and France,
      • 3 wheels platform homologated / then everyone can plug cabin on the top /interfaces can be open source…
      • Manufacturing : partially 3D printing
      • Capacity to move in train form
      • Battery extractable
      • Project : start 3 years ago, research platform funded by EC (autonomous, tilting) : 2 videos
      • Open hardware : manufacturing, mobility services, employment are blockchained,
      • Thinking autonomy with blockchain : be rewarded for each contribution, ethereum supported
      • Developing a tool for collaboration between engineers for collaborative projects : can be tested in FabMob
      • Similar to European project : ESPRIT lead by Valery Cervantes CEA
      • Ideas :
        • Identify components that can be mutualized between projects : controller, electric motor, gyroscop,
        • Tool for better collaborating (video) using different open source software
        • Invent multiples tockens rewarding solutions compatible
    • Mob-ion : E-Scooter for delivery with on-board intelligence with Christian Bruere and Fabien
      • Just starting, factory in Poitiers for producing e-scooter,
      • exFounder of Alloresto, scooter will be buy and tested for Alloresto,
      • Connectivity for better management of delivery,
      • Hardware and software on development, Open source
    • European Project : http://opensourcedesign.cc/wiki/index.php/List_of_open_source_hardware_product with an interesting Open O Meter to quantify openess of each project
  • Not present :

Example with Twizy modified and open for logistic project :

Twizy logistic.jpeg

Open Source Projects Synergies

  • Identification of Best practises : licenses, how to share, how to build community, Connexion with http://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/OpenHardw-re-Paris/
  • Open questions :
    • do we need to federate theses projects with an open hardware database ? with regular meetings ?
    • how to share at european level ? how to build european community ? example of : http://mangoh.io/
    • how to deliver products ?
    • Identification of common needs => call and financial support
  • How can we connect open hardware and others stakeholders :
    • CNPA (garage, car rental, ...)
    • Schools for education,
    • OEM, suppliers for open innovation,
    • “Open” Cities as a partner to help implementation,

Key Ideas

  1. Federate all projects and identify synergies, common needs between projects,
  2. Evangelization & communication kits for all stakeholders : city,industrial (manufacturers, suppliers, garage, mobility services like rental …),schools, labs, makers, …with examples, Q/A
  3. Strategy kit for open source project : license process choice, how to start a community, how to leverage open assets, how to design an open source strategy, how to start an open source project with different partners ?
  4. Identify standard open source components useful for several projects, pre-validated : controller, electric motor, …
  5. Community : Improve and learn co-creation, collaboration, community empowerment :
    1. Rewards, tocken, skills description to improve engagement
    2. (open) Tools for on-line contribution
  6. Learn and share around business models :
    1. from makers to entrepreneurs
    2. developing countries markets,
    3. licenses,
  7. Start 1st open challenge with open hardware assets : FabMob Urban Challenges

Registration

With this LINK !