Modern Ambulances are Different
… as you can see at first glance.
Our passion for vehicle design is more than just the idea of building beautiful vehicles. It is more than just following a trend.
We believe that good design solves problems and unites our vehicles with a design language in terms of appearance. Ambulanz Mobile stands for award-winning exterior and interior design, and unique emergency response vehicles.
Silver Prize in Focus Sicherheit 2007 (Safety)
International design award by the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg for the DELFIS.
Nominated for the German Design Award 2009
The German Design Award recognises innovative products and projects, their manufacturers and designers, who are groundbreaking in the German and international design landscape. For the DELFIS.
Silver Prize in Focus Open 2011
International design award by the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg for the TIGIS ERGO.
Good design is no coincidence
“Design is essential in today’s world of products, and can be experienced daily by everyone. But it must not be merely a styling function to make a product attractive in the short term. It is part of an overall development to ultimately offer the customer and user not just a “new” product, but above all a “better” product.”
Uwe Thamm, designer of HORINIS, DELFIS and TIGIS
We consider design not to be limited to the exterior. Our understanding of design goes deeper. In our MICAs (Mobile Intensive Care Ambulance) and PTAs (Patient Transport Ambulance), exterior design and interior design are united.
The basic orientation is defined. Research, evaluation and goal definition.
Idea and concept phase
Different design variants are created in the idea and concept phase.
Detailing and correction up to the final design.
In the following step, the well-engineered model was captured by a 3D scanner and converted into CAD data with an accuracy of 0.1 – 0.01 mm. The tools for the interior could now be made from the computer-aided, refined data model.
Shaping and modelling
With the development of the TIGIS ERGO, a modeller converted the interior design into a full-size styrofoam model for the first time. In this development phase, initial work processes could already be simulated and hidden sources of error could be detected. The hand-crafted model was developed step by step to the final form.