Here at Stamen we've been hard at work with the engineers and designers at Toyota on a new data visualization project, and we’re excited to start sharing the details.
On Friday, November 13, we're helping to bring Toyota Onramp 2015 to San Francisco. Onramp will bring together great minds in Silicon Valley for a one-day, invitation-only event that will celebrate, explore and experience the future of driving and urban mobility. Innovators, investors and car enthusiasts will have the opportunity to test drive the Toyota i-Road, a sustainable three-wheel compact vehicle not yet available in the U.S., and the Mirai, a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle.
A highlight of the event is the Smart Mobility Challenge, a contest open to the public that calls for innovators to help us think about how the Toyota i-Road can address urban planning and local sustainability needs in the Bay Area. Finalists will present their ideas to some of the Bay Area’s most notable thinkers on smart mobility, including Norwest Venture Partners’ Sergio Monsalve. The grand prize winner will win $15,000 and the opportunity to work with Toyota on the idea. At Stamen, we have been working closely with Toyota to analyze the data from an i-Road pilot run in Toyota City, and to visualize it so that contestants can better understand how the system could be rolled out in the Bay Area.