Skyfall Productionsis a mini that was set up by five students from Bush Post Primary School
The students are Eoghan Lafferty, Dylan McGarrity, Conor McGuinness, Aaron Rogers and Derek McGrane who have come up with an innovative new product which is the first of its kind on the market.
The product, which was designed and constructed by all five students, is an innovative device that collects and filters rainwater that flows off the windscreen and directs it into the car water dispenser.
This means that you will never have to refill your cars water dispenser again.
It is not only innovative and convenient but also an environmentally friendly way of harvesting and reusing rainwater.
With the government making plans to slap water charges on every household in the country from 2014 it is vital that we come up with innovative ways to use natural resources, such as rainwater, so that normal drinking water can be conserved.
Skyfall Productions has gone from strength to strength since the students first came up with the idea after attending an idea generation workshop organised by the Louth County Enterprise Board.
So far their achievements include winning ‘Best Overall Company’ at the Louth Student Enterprise Awards 2012, ‘Best Innovative Company’ at the All Ireland Student Enterprise Awards 2012 and ‘Abbott Runner-Up Best Project Award’ at the Scifest Awards DkIT 2012.
At the moment the company is in the process of attaining a patent and will be meeting with a patent agent next week.
They have also gained the support of five garages in the Dundalk area who are willing to take on the product and sell it to their customers.
The product is priced at e14.99 and can be purchased from the garages or Skyfall Productions directly.
Dylan McGerrity, said that they hope to be in full production by the end of the year.