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Episode 3: Oliver Joris; Extending Sink 6000; Bug Detector

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He’s taken them up mountains, through the desert, and even to the Arctic Circle – Oliver Joris has put Ford’s cars to the test under every extreme imaginable. Olly gives us an insight into the amazing bits of kit he gets to play with as part of his role as senior calibration engineer for Ford Motor Company, and tells us about some of the breath taking views he’s seen along the way.  

Oliver has given an online interviews as part of the If you were an engineer what would you do? Leaders Award competition so if you would also like to see some of the things he describes watch the interview below

We also hear from Dr Malcolm Klaus and Sean Wogan from Kingston University who have worked on numerous Leaders Award prototypes over the years. In this episode they highlight some of their favourites, including the Extending Sink 6000, the Bike Sucker, the Trampoline Phone Charger and the Truggy. 

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And it doesn’t stop there, we also get to hear about Katie’s ingenious plans to provide homes for the wildlife, and also about an innovative bug detector.  

If you’d like to get in touch, follow us on Twitter @Leadersaward, @primaryengineer and head over to our Primary Engineer You Tube Channel and be inspired!

We’d like to hear what you thought of the series so please help us and complete our survey.

podcast-oliver-joris

He’s taken them up mountains, through the desert, and even to the Arctic Circle – Oliver Joris has put Ford’s cars to the test under every extreme imaginable. Olly gives us an insight into the amazing bits of kit he gets to play with as part of his role as senior calibration engineer for Ford Motor Company, and tells us about some of the breath taking views he’s seen along the way.  

Oliver has given an online interviews as part of the If you were an engineer what would you do? Leaders Award competition so if you would also like to see some of the things he describes watch the interview below

We also hear from Dr Malcolm Klaus and Sean Wogan from Kingston University who have worked on numerous Leaders Award prototypes over the years. In this episode they highlight some of their favourites, including the Extending Sink 6000, the Bike Sucker, the Trampoline Phone Charger and the Truggy. 

bicycle-sucker-podcast
electricity-trampoline-podcast
truggy-podcast

And it doesn’t stop there, we also get to hear about Katie’s ingenious plans to provide homes for the wildlife, and also about an innovative bug detector.  

If you’d like to get in touch, follow us on Twitter @Leadersaward, @primaryengineer and head over to our Primary Engineer You Tube Channel and be inspired!

We’d like to hear what you thought of the series so please help us and complete our survey.