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MATTHIAS ERNST PORTFOLIO


WELCOME


Hello, my name is Matthias. I am from Graz in Austria and studying Industrial Design at FH Joanneum. With my portfolio I want to show you my latest works which represent my current skills and experience. Hopefully it helps me to achieve my aim to make my contribution to humanity and environment.


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shredder of the future

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strategic design

sports


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sports & safety

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wireless sensor

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personal work

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about me


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ATTA

Shredder of the future

7 Shredder for Crisis Areas 15 weeks team of 3


Our climate is changing. Humanity is also changing. The results are

war and natural disasters. When they are over they leave behind death and devastation. Altough many people are helping emediately the cleaning-up-process lasts way too long...

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PROBLEM


- to less people and machines - to many machines needed for one step - slow cleaning process - rescue workers cant get to people in need - to less space to seperate waste on site

- one machine for 3 steps - pick up, chop, load - clear channels of supply - create working spaces


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combine 3 steps for maximum efficiency 10


- one operator - saves time - more people for other rescue works - fast clearence of channels of supply - quick rescue of woundets - shredding waste on site saves space - reverting to normal conditions as fast as possible

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REQUIREMENTS - all terrain chassis - flexible - create perfect overview for operator - sort out materials not able to shred - shred nearly every material - automatic pick up

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SHRED DRUM PICK UP

TECHNICAL PARTS ENGINE

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IDEATION

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KEYSKETCH


MOODS stability

by linking the cabin, the The outer frame comes together at the most important point of the structure. It shows crane, the pickup and the main body as shown in the keysketch. The brandlogo of KOMPTECH is placed on this important linkage.

frame on the outside of the machine. The articulated steering separates it in the engine part and the chopping part inspired 15 by leaf cutter ants. The idea behind our design was to show the strength of the machine by placing the


CAD MODEL EXTENDABLE GRIPPER ARM

GRIPPER

MOVABLE CABIN

ARTICULATED STEERING EXTENABLE CONVEYOR BAND

360째 ROTATION POINT

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FOLDABLE PLATE

PICKUP DRUMS & CONVE


R & CHISEL

EYOR

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VIDEO

VIDEO

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SMARK

STRATEGIC DESIGN pARKING APP 6 weeks team of 3

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TASK CREATE AN USEFUL PRODUCT FOR THE TOPIC NEW MOBILITY BY USING STRATEGIC DESIGN STEPS

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TARGETGROUP Julius Aicher 28 pragmatic modern young conventional flexible security- minded

wants to establish himself

hard working

lack of freetime 23


6:00 wake up

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STRA TEGIC DESI GN

6:20

quick coffee

go to work by car

6:05

7:10 traffic jam

late at work

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traffic jam back home sea

15:30


As we can see much time is wasted in traffic jams in the rushhour and with

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16:05

searching a parking lot at work

time for girlfriend and friends

arching parking lot fitness training

and in the area around Julius flat. To avoid searching a parking lot we decidet to think about an app to help people

finding a parking space fort their car within one minute.

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REQUIREMENTS Flexible

Affordable

Independent 26

STRA TEGIC DESI GN

Quick

Punctual

Easy to handle


locate free parking space navigation via GPS cashless payment of parking ticket measuring lot via satellite & security cameras

SMARK

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GET STARTED download sma rk

quick search

get QR - code

settings start APP

p r int QR - C ode

choose/edit favourits SMART

PA R K I N G

p la ce b ehind Windscreen

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precision mode


parking lot in a preset area DESTINATION

map leads you to parking space

Search

favourites when reaching lot next step pops up

clear buttons/easy to handle

FEATURES

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increase parking durance DURATION OF parking

“parking not searching”

decrease parking durance

02.00 02.15 02.30

easy paying - if you want to

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SMART

PA R K I N G

FEATURES 30

STRA TEGIC DESI GN


SMART

PA R K I N G

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AIRCASE SPORTS & SAFETY

33 HELMET FOR KITESURFER 8 weeks SINGLE PROJECT


head injuries

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A study shows that are with the most common injuries of a kitesurfer and wakeborder. 50 % of them end as

traumatic brain injury

a . Such a TBI can cause unconsciousness up to an hour depending how hard the impact is.

23% wound 12% bruise 15% other

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50% SHT


PROBLEM In case of a heavy TBI and unconsciousness it is often possible that

head of sportsmen is under water. That would cause aspiration of water. if nobody notices him it will lead to death. the

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AIM The main goal is to prevent injuries, wounds or TBI like a usual helmet does. But in some cases the impact is harder

than a helmet can absorb which can lead to unconsciousness.

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IDEA As long as you are breathing and don’t have any clothes on which soak up too much water a human body will stay above the surface. The only bodypart that needs help to stay up is your head. An average head weighs about 6kg. The rest of the body generates 1,5kg buoyancy. That means it takes another 4,5kg buoyancy to make an average head float.

Airbag to keep head afloat 37


CO2 capsule

battery & impactsensor

piezo valve

airbag

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FUNCTION

why not make a helmet? Common CO2 capsules fill an airbag which generate buoyancy. Two capsules

of 8g CO2 generate about 7kg buoyancy. All components are small enough to fit everywhere.

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IDEATION

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outer shell shockabsorbing honeycomb structure large splitline ear pad airbag & techique pad

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MODEL MAKING

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FINAL MODEL

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SENSETEC WIRELESS SENSORS

47 SENSOR FOR TESTING BENCHES 3 weeks SINGLE PROJECT


PROBLEM An engine test bench measures every value which is important for a vehicles motor. These measurements are made by various

sensors placed all over the engine. To now the data is sent to a computer via wire. That often gets a real cable clutter.

AVL gave us the mission to design the new sending unit for their wireless sensors.

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REQUIREMENTS tough

easy to install

easy to charge visible

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IDEATION

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STRUCTURE exchangeable measure PCB

4 cm

7 cm

metal frame to carry devices

transmitter PCB 2 cm battery

outer hull

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CAD MODEL

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Personal work 55


SKETCHES

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... & m

... as a 66


Me

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... in my BMW E30

my truck

... presenting

... hauling straw

a goalkeeper 67


day of birth 27.08.1992 place of birth

Oberwart, Austria

adress GrillparzerstraĂ&#x;e 8 A-8010 Graz phone

+43 (0) 664 1646329

email mtths.ernst@gmail.com languages german

personal skills sketching

(mother tongue)

(by hand & photoshop)

english (advanced)

modelling

italian (basics)

driving licence

3D modelling

Class B, C, E, F

professional driver C95

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(clay, wood, iron, hard foam)

rendering tools


CURRICULUM VITAE

Education 1998-2002

primary school

Internships 2007 production worker

(Volkschule Afritsch, Graz)

(printing house Kiel, Graz)

2002-2011

2008 council worker

grammar school

(BG/BRG Kirchengasse, Graz)

(Weiz)

2011 school leaving examination

2009 production worker

2012 professional driver

(Elin-Siemens, Weiz)

examination

2011 military service

2012-2013

(Gratkorn)

engeneering

(TU, Graz)

2011 electrician

2012-2015

(paperfactory Sappi, Gratwein)

industrial design

(FH Joanneum, Graz)

2012-2015

farm worker

(Leibnitz)

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Matthias Ernst GrillparzerstraĂ&#x;e 8 A-8010 Graz

mtths.ernst@gmail.com

Matthias Ernst - Industrial Design Portfolio  
Matthias Ernst - Industrial Design Portfolio  
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