5 things to see during your visit
Coming to Make the Future Singapore 2017? Check out five things you can expect at the event.
International pop star Pixie Lott's performance on Saturday, 18 March 2017 at 1:30PM
Rising star Nathan Hartono performing live on Saturday, 18 March 2017 at 12:00 PM
Electronic-pop act Disco Hue in person on Sunday, 19 March 2017 at 11:30 AM
Indie pop quintet Take Two performing live on Sunday, 19 March 2017 at 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM
2. See innovative cars of the future
- Watch approximately 120 student teams from all over Asia-Pacific (including Singapore) and the Middle East work on-site at specialised paddocks, improving their self-designed and manufactured vehicles that will compete at Shell Eco-marathon Asia - an innovative student design-and-build competition.
- Keep up to date as the competition heats up - Shell will broadcast all the highlights and live action from the track.
- Get up close to the Shell Concept Car - an ultra-efficient concept city car jointly developed with Geo Technology and Gordon Murray Design. The Shell Concept Car, which weighs just 550kg, has clocked a fuel efficiency of 38 kilometres per litre, and uses a third (34%) less energy over its entire lifetime compared to a typical petrol-powered car.
- Witness the Drivers’ World Championship Asia - where the region’s most fuel-efficient teams go head-to-head in a race for speed, to be crowned the fastest energy-efficient car in Asia.
- Build and race your own miniature cars powered by salt water, and take these home as souvenirs.
4. Compete with friends in giant Zorb balls
- Run as fast as you can in the Zorb energy generators for 30 seconds, to see how much kinetic energy you can create to convert into electricity.
5. See the coolest new innovations from brilliant young entrepreneurs
- Participate in a unique football target challenge: Charge up a timer by running on a Pavegen tile, then take shots at a target scoring as many points as possible before the timer ends. Pavegen is being installed in various high footfall locations worldwide, from transport hubs to shopping centres.
- GravityLight: Generating light from gravity, this innovative device of a falling weight provides affordable light and power, on demand and instantly, to improve the quality of life for the world’s poorest communities.
- Bright Ideas Challenge: Visitors will be able see the 15 finalists entries into the Bright Ideas Challenge 2017 and how their ideas create a world that can produce much more energy with less CO2.
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Watch the cars of the future in action as student teams across Asia come to Singapore for Shell Eco-marathon 2017.