Dynamic undergraduate engineering team from the University of Canterbury work with HIKO this year.
Updated: Sep 6, 2021
Introducing the engineering students from the UC Centre of Engineering 2021 class, who have fully immersed themselves for most of another challenging year to create an upgraded and more powerful version of our 2020 'Electronic Energy Device' as they complete their final year of study.
We look forward to seeing the results of their dedicated efforts to build something unique in portable stored energy using smart hardware, software and carbon based power-capacitors. And we'll be keeping a look out for more exciting developments to emerge from the students as they complete their studies and the results of their research and engineering skills come to fruition.
Students, seated and pictured from left to right are: Paiaka Graham, Nate Brown, Emma Lloyd and Bence Rizner. Standing are HIKO Unlimited founder-directors Michael Durie and Garry Parker.