AP5 AguaPallet Open Source Release

It’s taken a year of design work and refinement, but we’re pleased to say that the AP5 version of the AguaPallet is now finally released for download!  As in the past, the AguaPallet files are made available under a Creative Commons License.  Downloading of these files is taken as acceptance […]

AguaPallet – Best Awards Finalist 2017!

We were delighted that the AguaPallet was a finalist in the 2017 New Zealand Best Design Awards under the Public Good Category.  This category is for design projects that are aimed at doing social good, typically for not-for-profits, social enterprises and charities where budgets are restricted or non-existent. There are […]

AUT Student Project

We’re really pleased that final year student Ahmed Al-Simawy has generously volunteered to work on the AguaPallet Project as part of his Bachelor of Engineering Technology at AUT.  It has been helpful to have a fresh set of eyes looking at the Pallet component of the system to assess its […]

ISHOW 2016

We had a very interesting time in Washington DC in June.  After several long flights from New Zealand and India, the team convened in our hotel room and spent many late nights polishing our pitch.  I’m not sure what they are used to in Washington DC, but the hotel staff […]

AguaPallet is a finalist!

We’re delighted to announce that the AguaPallet Project has been selected as a finalist in the ASME ISHOW innovation competition to be held in Washington DC in mid-June 2016.  This is a global competition run by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and is for product ideas that have a […]

AUT and Autodesk join the crew

It’s been a great 2nd half of 2015 with growing support for the AguaPallet Project. The team has gained a great resource with the acceptance of LoooP Creative Ltd onto the Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Partner Program.  Autodesk has provided us with access to leading edge product design software and subscription support […]

A shaky beginning…

Well I suppose the AguaPallet began for me when the earth violently began to quake on 4 September 2010. When your two children are somewhere down the hallway and danger strikes, you immediately think ‘go to them’, and then suddenly