Urban areas are becoming more saturated leaving less room for vehicles and a greater need for cycling. This goes not only for the average commuter but for service providers as well. Designed for delivery services, the Cargob Urban Eco-Bicycle a more environmental and efficient space-saving delivery method. Three main features make it ideal for cargo: first, the front cart can be separated from the bike, so that every time the deliver guy arrives at a building, instead of unloading all the packages into another cart, he can simply unlock the front cart from the body of the bike and pull it into the building. Second, the motor on the back wheel can collect energy from riding and breaking. Subsequently, they can transfer the kinetic energy into electronic energy to charge other devices such as phones or the LED light on the bike. Last but not least, the user experience aims to simplify the delivery process. Deliverers can use the app to navigate their route once the addresses on packages are scanned into the system. Meanwhile, messages will be automatically sent to recipients to inform them of the delivery time. After receiving the package, recipients can also sign on the app to save the manual process of typing information into the postal system from the backend. at last, the app can also be used to reschedule undelivered packages.
Designer: Peng Zhan