The design opportunities identified and addressed in this years
degree projects covered as diverse and challenging themes as: A
smart alarm device and service for home safety in slum city
communities. A mobile resuscitation kit aimed to streamline the
process of resuscitating infants born with breathing difficulties.
A simplified tool for pre-hospital REBOA procedures in order to
reduce time pressure and stress for the doctors using it. A product
and service vision of how future mammography screenings can be
carried out. Next generation protection equipment for welders who
execute high-precision welds under challenging conditions. A
flexible and modular ventilator system for the entire patient
journey. A bed-side mat for daily non-intrusive monitoring of
patients with heart failure symptoms. A child monitoring system
with tactile input for deaf parents to bridge the lack of
audio feedback and enhance the emotion connection. A strategic
mobility service for BMW X.
This wide span of new ideas and designs to improve and enrich our
daily life is an indicator of the design opportunities just waiting
to be identified and addressed by the professional industrial
» Link to the 2017 on-line exhibition
External project tutor:
Anders Smith, Industrial Designer, Denmark.
Oscar Björk, part-time teacher and Industrial Designer, Struktur
Course responsible and examiner:
Thomas Degn, Programme Director for the APD programme.