New program gives startups access to simulation tools

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Startups can speed up their product to market time by leveraging cutting-edge engineering simulation solutions, such as the new ANSYS Startup Program, which gives companies virtually free access to the ANSYS suite of engineering simulation products.

“It’s incredibly valuable for a small business like mine to have access to this kind of professional toolkit. Not only has ANSYS software helped answer key product-development questions, but it’s given me the credibility to win funding,” said Robert Lumley, founder and CEO of AirLoom Energy, one of the program’s initial members.

“I recently received a research grant from the National Science Foundation, and a key element of my proposal was ANSYS simulation results showing my idea is feasible in the real world.”  

October 6, 2016

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