The objective of this project was to design and develop an display that could house the new full-color, low-power Passenger Information Display (SAE) from EMT Málaga, which could be installed in the existing bus stop shelters.
These cases were intended to be installed in the Grimshaw bus stop shelters located on the streets of various Spanish cities, specifically in Málaga.
CLIENT: Malaga Transport Company (EMT Málaga). Málaga City Council.
Collaboration took place with EMT Málaga's communication system to ensure that the new design solution met the specified technical requirements. From the perspective of a public transport user, information visibility is enhanced when the display has a slight downward tilt.
In the development of this mobility project, durability and resistance were sought, and the SAE enclosure was designed to be easily installed in EMT Málaga's existing bus stop shelters without causing a significant impact. Therefore, satin-finished stainless steel was chosen as the material.
Its design follows the criteria of functionality and minimalist integration with the urban environment, in line with the current bus shelters and the general architecture of the new Alameda principal in Málaga
Adaptable to the Grimshaw Bus Shelter
Research – Product Design – Industrial Design – Design-Driven Engineering – Product Development – Technical Documentation – Prototyping – prototype validation – Production – Urban furniture design – Innovation – Mobility – Outdoor furniture design – Protective casing – Informative SAE – Smart City
Mobility – Urbanism – Smart city – Urban furniture