Design-Science1The term ‘Design-Science’ pays homage to R. Buckminster Fuller, and his definition. is a modern industrial systems-design2Systems-design refers to a combination of software, hardware, and people / business processes house, intent to focus on novel solutions to high-complexity problems – that could significantly improve how the world works:

  • supply chain3just going with the term that people know, for now
  • new mobility
  • energy : emissions / waste
  • life sciences & healthcare
  • wearable-concepts

who is behind this?

Robb Bush, a known visionary & inventor in the Enterprise Supply Chain, Manufacturing, and Logistics software industry for over 25 years. See a few examples.

Make the world work, for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation, without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone.



  • the future is closer than it appears
    In the fall of 2020, I embarked on a journey to revolutionize the concept of supply chain management – and all that ‘SCM’ has come to embrace or imply. However, realizing the rapid evolution of […]
  • NŪMŪV: What is it, and who cares?
    The primary design-hypothesis of the NUMUV concept: De-coupling the cabin from the conveyance enables a whole new mobility system – both physically, and digitally. Depending on the point of view and area of expertise, various […]
  • Citroën Autonomous Mobility Vision
    Citroën has unveiled a new urban mobility concept that sees lines of autonomous, electric and interchangeable pods winding through cities of the future. The Citroën Autonomous Mobility Vision is primarily a flat, wheeled portion called […]
  • stand in the future…
    stand in the future to solve today’s problems Steve Justice, Skunk Works – Lockheed-Martin This quote really resonates with me. After 25 years at the leading-edge of Enterprise & Supply-Chain technology with trailblazing and iconic […]
  • that time I did a TED-talk pitch contest (and won)
    I recorded these videos in February 2012 as part of a pitch contest for TEDx Austin 2012 held at the (brand new) Circuit of the Americas. I won, and got a free pass to the […]