The kids at Christchurch South Intermediate FutureinTech Technology group have been working on their project to help the wider community since late last year. After their successful scooter parking project last year they are now selling the product to other schools. This years’ project has found them spending a day at local company Dynamic Controls as well as working with Airways Electronics Technician Mark Beckett and Streat Automation Engineer Morgan Wilson on their E-Key Key Assist project. The team did an excellent job and came out with a Merit prize.
— Futureintech (@Futureintech) November 19, 2014