As urban micrologistics and micromobility are a match, we decided to team up with other members of Toyota Group – for the 2022 TLDC. The jury’s essentially made up of professional designers, with the exception of Charles Oliver, who’s Head of Paris 2024 Mobility Strategy and Partnership. So, the jury is a crossover team representing both material handling, and mobility challenges.
These are the members of the first jury. Because, as you may remember from previous competitions, there’ll be a second one, once the semi-finalists have been picked.
Generous cash prizes will be awarded the three top contributors. First prize is €5,500, second is €3,300, and third prize is €2,200.
The awards will be given provided the winning submission is of sufficient quality and meets basic eligibility criteria.
Finalists will be announced in March 2022.
Also interesting to know is that all finalists will have the opportunity to apply for a six-month paid internship at the Toyota Material Handling Design Center – either in Sweden or Italy. As well as at Toyota Motor European Design Centre, ED², in France.