Intelligence & Action for the Collaborative Economy
A great example cited in the article is WikiSpeed:
[…] a car that received a five-star security rating and can attain a fuel efficiency of 100 miles per gallon (roughly 42.5 kilometres per litre), was developed by a team of volunteers in just three months. The car is being sold for only $29,000, about a quarter of what a traditional industrial automobile firm would charge, and for which it would have neeed at least five years of development and billions of dollars.
Here is Joe Justice, founder of WikiSpeed, presenting the project at TEDxRainier: