On 8 November 2020, Auckland teams, friends, and spectators gathered at the RNZAF Base in Auckland to showcase the electric vehicles they have designed and built, and compete for the title of Best Overall Team. One of our major sponsors, Bridgestone, was there to film the event. Watch this video below, and scroll down for…Details
On 1 November 2020, Canterbury teams met to compete at KartSport Canterbury in Halswell. There were 22 electric carts and bikes, all designed and hand built by teams of students. With 150 people on the day, it was a splendid event, with some well deserved results amongst the winners. Well done to all!
[Excerpt from article on Rotorua Daily News] Another competition that has displayed a high level of local digital and engineering skills is Evolocity. Evolocity is where teams of students work together to design, build and then race an electric bike or go-kart. Teams from Te Rangihakahaka, John Paul College, Mokoia Intermediate and the Te Aka…Details
Nelson regional finals took place on 29 October 2020.
Waikato and Bay of Plenty joined forces for their regional final, held at KartSport Hamilton on Friday 23 October 2020. Teams has a great day of competition!
What a year 2020 has been. While the EVolocity programme is looking a wee bit different this year, we are so proud of all the students involved, for continuing to work hard on their designs, even from afar. So here’s to the next few months – of teamwork, building, creating and collaborating – and welcome…Details
EVolocity has an exciting new competition this year! And the winner can take home a fantastic, large size 3D Printer! Auckland University’s Eva Hakansson and Stephen Kavermann highly recommend the size 13 CREALITY 3D Printer Ender 3 Pro kit – the winning prize! Here’s how to take a shot at it… Goal: To make a…Details
Hi All We’re very grateful to the University of Auckland for buying Proteus licences for us to learning how to gather important data off vehicles and display it. You will be guided in creating the software, connecting the sensors and displays in the virtual environment of Proteus before going on and making them using real…Details
By Education Gazette editors, ISSUE: VOLUME 99, NUMBER 1 Taking science outside the classroom is bringing rewards and awards for students and has created citizen science learning tools for future students of New Plymouth Girls’ High School. At the suggestion of science teacher Athol Hockey, Year 13 students Breanna and Jessica began investigating how New…Details