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adding 3D location of objects to mobility for safety

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Our solution is to add 3D information to mobility for more safety . 

Opportunity Area : cars, drones,robotics, 3D sensor can give eyes to this mobility challenge. 

How will your solution benefit residents, workers, or visitors in the Michigan Central Station impact area? (1,000 characters)

Car manufacturer would like to use 3D sensor for pedestrian and car detection with 3D information which will brings more safety to people . visitors can use 3D sensor for body sensing game for entertainment, and menu control without actually touching the screen.

Describe your solution's stage of development

  • Prototype - you have built a prototype and tested it with potential users

Tell us about your team or organization (500 characters)

currently, it is just me who did everything from scratch.

Size of your team or organization

  • I am submitting as an individual

Team or Organization URL

Are you submitting as a student team?

  • No

Are you submitting as a team from the Impact Area?

  • No

Funding Request

  • $100,000

Rough Budget (500 characters)

the founding is basically for refining the prototype and bringing to mass-production level

Describe how you would pilot your idea (1000 characters)

mainly focus on bringing the prototype to a mass-production level, and get connected with customers to get started .

Describe how you would measure the success of your pilot (1000 characters)

the connections to the customers who are willing to test/use my product .

Sustainability Plan (500 characters)

plan to sell 200k pcs of 3D sensor in 12 months

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Photo of Mackenzie Fankell

ChengHe Wu Thank you for sharing this proposal! I am a Michigan Central Station Challenge facilitator. Can you tell me a little bit more about how your proposal will address the challenge question?

How might we improve mobility for residents, workers, and visitors of the Michigan Central Station Impact Area today while also preparing for the future of the area?

I would also love to hear a little bit more about how you plan to pilot this idea. What will the prototype do during the pilot stage?

I look forward to hearing more!