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Envenio To Present At Aerospace Innovation Hub

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Envenio has been selected to present to over 100 aerospace c-level executives at a special pitch event in Montreal – the Aerospace Innovation Hub.

The event, organized by Starburst and Innovitech will take place at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal on Monday, April 3rd. 

Envenio will be one of just 10 selected companies world-wide to present at the Aerospace Innovation Hub. Each company will showcase their technology and business to a number of prestigious, global companies, taking advantage of an exclusive networking opportunity.

Global companies in attendance include Panasonic, Boeing, Rolls Royce, BAE Systems, SITA, Accuron Technologies, Raytheon, Lufthansa Technik, and Liebherr.

“We are delighted to have been selected for this prestigious event” says Scott Walton, VP of Envenio.

“The event is an exciting opportunity for us to present our technology EXN/Aero* and future plans to renowned global brands, and to demonstrate how our software can impact their operations. These kind of opportunities are essential for companies like us, and this kind of global networking is important for the future development of our industry” he added.

Starburst Accelerator provides access to funding from the top venture capital firms dedicated to aerospace, defense and security, as well as access to the largest aerospace group stakeholders.

Presentations will take place between 4.00pm and 6.00pm, followed by networking and cocktails from 6.00pm until 8.00pm. Event enquiries can be directed to Emeline Bardoux via Emeline@starburst.aero

The venue address is 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle, Montréal, QC H2Z 1H5, Canada.

 

Global Brands In Attendance

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About EXN/Aero

EXN/Aero is a CFD simulation tool that uses computing hardware more efficiently than other CFD products. The end result is strong speed ups (10-20x) which enables engineers to run faster simulations, larger or higher resolution simulations, and to reduce their cost of simulations. It is available for install on a local workstation or cluster, or via the cloud as an on-demand solution (where the user only pays by the hour and does not need an annual license). 

2017-03-30 | Categories: CFD, simulations, HPC

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