• Deny Nusyirwan Universitas Maritim Raja Ali Haji (UMRAH)


The University is a place for students to take part in learning activities and other non-formal activities. With the growing branch of science, it is not uncommon for students who study engineering, will take lectures in other faculties or attend seminars held by universities or student organizations on campus. From the results of direct observation, it can be found the main problem is the internal mobility of the campus, such as being late to follow lectures due to the distance from one lecture location to another which is quite far due to unavailability of adequate transportation in the campus or missed the shuttle bus due to being late to the location of  the bus stop. In this study will be emphasis on the university's internal personal transportation which is comfortable and always available and easy to operate. The research focused on the  engineering design process  from observation and  bulding simple prototypes to gain experience from the prospective users.


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