Our radical conceptual solution for the year 2030 is the elimination of food wastage in hospitals entirely
In 2020 data collection and analysis of this data is imperative to the development of our concept. The data collection hub is known as the HIVE. We would be looking towards purely CERN’s technologies ROOT, Actiwiz3 and FLUKA as our main resources for 2020 to 2025, as well as professionals in the software engineering and Internet of Things industry to analyse and maintain the technologies.
Stepping up the efforts of utilising food waste, the hospital cafes food waste are composted. This compost is then implemented into a small scale self sustaining plant. The plant grows and can maintain itself autonomously without the need for someone to take care of it. The purpose of this is to get an insight into patients and guests reactions along with feedback behind what have implemented.
We will have been consistently gathering data into the data of the hospital and have done user tests using drones and green walls as tools for education in order to gauge people’s reactions. By the year 2030, we’d implement the fully functioning Metafloras into the hospital, retrofitting them for the moment into inner-city Melbourne Public Hospitals. The drones will be functioning off data from 12 years of machine learning, as well as the Metaphora scanner working off this predictive data also.
Justin is an Industrial Design student from Swinburne. Throughout the project, Justin’s passion focuses on the interaction and advancement of CERN technology and how it can be implemented into the radical 2030 concept of hospital food waste. His strength within the Dasein team is applying existing design, research and development (R&D) knowledge and experiences into the project.
Paris is an Interior Architect from Swinburne University of Technology. Paris’ interests focus on innovative technologies, medical research and construction methodologies, and how they can influence and be influenced by design practices and theories. Throughout the duration of the CBI program, Paris has focussed on making certain ideas created by team Dasein more feasible.
Lachlan is an Industrial design student at Swinburne University of Technology. Lachlan’s focus throughout the challenge based innovation program has involved critical analysis and applying his design thinking methods in ideating systems and conceptualising radical innovations. Lachlan’s strength in Dasein is graphically communicating the process along with working strongly in a team dynamic.
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