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Mr. Stefan Klein

Wrong Stefan Klein?

Founder and Head of the Departmen...

Local Address:  Bratislava , Slovakia
Academy of Fine Arts and Design
 
Background

Employment History

  • Head of Department for Transport and Design Back
    Academy of Fine Arts and Design
  • Co-Founder and Chief Designer
    Aeromobil
  • Chief Technology Officer
    Aeromobil
  • Inventor
    Aeromobil
  • Engineer
    Slovak University of Technology
  • Head of Research Projects
    Audi
  • Designer
    Audi
  • Head of Research Projects
    BMW
  • Designer
    BMW
  • Head of Research Projects
    Volkswagen
  • Designer
    Volkswagen

Education

  • Academy of Fine Arts and Design
  • Slovak University of Technology
73 Total References
Web References
When Stefan Klein first ...
www.paramountbusinessjets.com, 2 April 2015 [cached]
When Stefan Klein first embarked on his journey to create a flying car, many dismissed the idea as unfeasible. Yet today, twenty years on, Mr Klein's prototype is ready for takeoff as he prepares to give the world its first flying car.
Stefan Klein is the co-founder and chief designer at AeroMobil, a company dedicated to creating the first fully functional flying car.
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Klein clearly has a passion for AeroMobil. Aside from the obvious fact that he has dedicated two decades to designing the vehicle, his interest was clear when he attended Slovak University of Technology back in 1983. He began at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design (AFAD) and eventually moved on to the École des Beaux Arts et Design, Saint Étienne some years later. Klein became head of Department for Transport and Design back at AFAD where he spearheaded innovative processes for established motor companies such as BMW and Audi, during which time he began to put in place plans for his ground-breaking flying vehicle.
AeroMobil 3 - Juraj Vaculik - Stefan Klein
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Juraj Vaculik has been Klein's business partner for some time, investing five-figure sums to keep the project going in times of need.
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It would be unfair, however, to attribute all of the success simply to Klein. Juraj Vaculik has been Klein's business partner for some time, investing five-figure sums to keep the project going in times of need.
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"I was a university lecturer and had to work on the car in the garage of my house," Klein said.
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"Nobody believed me when I first started designing a flying car," Klein commented.
The car was designed by Stefan ...
digjitale.com, 29 Oct 2014 [cached]
The car was designed by Stefan Klein, founder and head of the Department of Transport Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Slovakia. Klein had been tinkering with the concept as far back as 1989.
Happily its pilot, inventor Stefan ...
www.kwik-fitinsurance.co.uk, 8 Dec 2015 [cached]
Happily its pilot, inventor Stefan Klein, safely ejected but the incident won't inspire confidence that this latest attempt to deliver a credible flying car will be the one to finally fulfil a century-long promise.
With ever more cars on the ...
worldwidepartnerships.co.uk, 2 Oct 2014 [cached]
With ever more cars on the roads and ever more crowded airports, travelling is no longer what it used to be," said AeroMobil's CTO Stefan Klein, who has been working on developing a flying car for two decades.
The good news is that Stefan ...
spectrum.ieee.org, 16 June 2014 [cached]
The good news is that Stefan Klein, pilot and inventor of the Aeromobil flying car prototype, managed to survive the crash unscathed after he activated an emergency parachute system.
The accident occurred during a test flight of the Aeromobil 3.0, a prototype flying car that resembles the front of a car chassis with collapsible wings and a light aircraft's tail. Aeromobil did not share details about exactly what happened during the flight held near Nitra Janíkovce airport in Slovakia on 8 May. But eyewitness accounts in a Slovakian news source cited by Gizmodo mentioned the vehicle going into a tailspin. That loss of control prompted Klein, the pilot, to activate the plane's "advanced ballistic parachute system" at an altitude of about 300 meters.
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