Co-creating is one of the latest industry trends however it can sometimes turn into a focus group deciding on things even after the choices have been made. Byton recently held a co-creating event and talked about the green mobility startup company use of co-creating to solve early problems.
The first time I heard the term co-creation, I wasn’t sure if it was a new holistic term or some trendy fad designed to get people excited. What’s not to like about a word like co-creation? Who doesn’t want to co-create, anyway? I went to the Byton event without research to see how the startup is using it.
Byton continues to secure funds and develop autonomous technology in-house by hiring a top-notch security team that works together with its artificial intelligence (AI) team, themselves working closely with designers and automotive experts. Everyone mixes and mingles, creating a sharing attitude.
The co-creation event focused on electric vehicles (EV), autonomous vehicles (AV), connectivity, and and ridesharing — the four pillars on which the startup feels it is leading. By seeking input from potential clients and enthusiasts, Byton hopes to shorten the design and production of vehicles from 5 to 7 years down to 3 to 5 years. And it’s on target to meet its aims with an open and flexible business model that is agile enough to meet future needs. It does this by taking input early into the design timeframe.
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