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Nile Henry is the founder and CEO of The Blair Project, a disruptive social enterprise. Existing with the aim to inspire the next generation of high tech engineers through electric karting, digital manufacturing and design project-based activities.
Nile created, developed and secured funding support for an exciting STEM education programme, called the ProtoEV Challenge, where student or apprenticeship teams aged 15-18 convert used petrol go-karts into fully electric e-karts, which they eventually test and race to see which is the fastest and most energy-efficient.
Students learn computer-aided-design, 3D printing, battery technologies and electronic controls. Successfully piloted in summer 2018, with the launch of a development series in 2019. ProtoEV acts as an essential innovation platform and testbed for the development of cost-effective propulsion technologies. The commercialisation of new innovations will be supported through a new ProtoEV Championship beginning in 2020, which aims to become a feeder series for Formula E.
In April of 2016, the Blair Project in partnership with CREATE Education was honoured with a visit from HRH Prince Harry to demonstrate the value that 3D printing can have. You can read more here.
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