Link Urban Scooter System By Anton Grimes

When we say eco-friendly vehicles, we have heard a lot about electric cars, bicycles and more. Student designer Anton Grimes joined the Australian Design Awards and presented his eco-friendly design called the Link Urban Scooter System. The Scooter itself may not be unique at all, but the concept of using it at the Central Business District of Australia made the Link Urban Scooter System Unique. This cute vehicle can be retrofitted to any existing Streetscape Smart Poles wherein users are allowed to hire one from a hub and return it to another hub where the scooter will be recharged. It will not only reduce carbon emission, but reduces the need of space eating parking lot as well. I just wish that this would be comfortable for use on any weather.

Link Urban Scooter System

Link Urban Scooter System

Link Urban Scooter System

Link Urban Scooter System

Source: Australia Design Awards


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1 thought on “Link Urban Scooter System By Anton Grimes”

  1. Hi there,
    We’ve noticed this product concept from the 2009 Australian Design Award-James Dyson Award has caught your interest and we wanted to say thank you for the write up.
    Just to give you a quick update, this project is now one of thirteen Australian product concepts that have made it through into the global James Dyson Award- a competition that spans 21 countries to identify the best young inventors from around the world. From 16 June – 12 July 2009, your readers can vote for this project or another entry in the James Dyson Award on . FYI- From each country, the project which receives the most votes will get an automatic entry as a shortlist and the chance to win the grand prize of £10,000 for themselves and another £10,000 for their university!

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