Working on a Hardware or IoT startup?

The ANSYS Startup Program is only available for eligable startups. To apply, your business must be able to answer “YES” to the following three questions: 

Will you be using the simulation tools to work exclusively on the development of your own products?

Was your startup founded less than 10 years ago?

Do you make less than US $5 million per year in revenue?

If you comply with the above eligibility criteria, the product is relevant for hardware/IoT startups that wish to:

  • Start engineering their product;
  • Leverage virtual prototypes in combination with or in advance of your physical prototyping and testing;
  • Take advantage of the opportunity to be associated with an industry leading brand like ANSYS.

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Here's a quick quote from one of the ANSYS Startup Program Participants:

Nebia is a startup that raised $3M in one month from Kickstarter is designing a shower head that saves water and energy.

“The help we've gotten from ANSYS ® engineers and their team there has been monumental in moving us to the next level.”

- Gabriel Parisi-Amon, Co-Founder, CTO/COO, Nebia.

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About ANSYS

If you’ve ever witnessed a rocket launch, boarded a plane, driven a car, worked on a computer, used a mobile phone, or even crossed a bridge, you’ve probably used a product that relied on ANSYS software. ANSYS is a global leader in engineering simulation, and partners with cutting-edge startups to help them deliver dramatically improved products to their customers. The ANSYS Startup Program's broad portfolio of engineering simulation software helps users solve the most complicated design challenges and engineer new products that are limited only by imagination.

ANSYS was founded in 1970, and employs nearly 3,000 professionals. Most of the company's staff members are expert M.S. and Ph.D.-level engineers in finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, electronics, semiconductors, embedded software, and design optimization. The remarkable team at ANSYS enjoys pushing the limits of world-class simulation technology so that Startup Program customers can turn their designs into successful products quickly and efficiently. ANSYS is used by 96 of the top 100 industrial companies on the Fortune 500 list and by over 550 startups globally to develop game changing products.

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•  Access to the full portfolio of ANSYS multi-physics solutions;

•  Prices affordable for any startup, taking into account your startup's stage, revenue and specific needs;

•  Joint marketing partnership opportunities with ANSYS. 

•  Startups accepted to the program will be featured in an interview on StartupBlink's top ranked Hardware startup blog, get invited to our hardware podcast, and exposed to over 40,000 entrepreneurs in our network.

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Bonus from StartupBlink: Get your project exposed to over 40,000 entrepreneurs through articles, social media promotion and newsletter exposure.

Why should you join the ANSYS Startup Program?

Learn more about joining the ANSYS Startup Program to get access to tools to help you develop and optimize your product faster.

Build virtual prototypes using the world's leading engineering simulation software.

Joint marketing opportunities with ANSYS. 

Decrease your product development timeline, cut costs and work with the world's leading engineering simulation software company.

A physical product requires a substantial investment of money and time. Getting accepted into the ANSYS Startup Program provides you with a wide variety of powerful engineering simulation software at minimal cost, in a program specifically customized for the needs and resources of startups. With ANSYS, you can build and optimize virtual prototypes of your product in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional prototyping. Additionally, once accepted, there are joint marketing opportunities with ANSYS and StartupBlink. 

Startups such as Nebia, PLD Space and General Fusion have built game changing product by joining the ANSYS Startup Program which gives your startup access to the world's leading software simulation tools used by 96 out of the top 100 industrial companies on the FORTUNE 500 list.  

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Working on a hardware startup or IoT startup?

Why should you join the ANSYS Startup Program?

Decrease your product development timeline, cut costs and work with the world's leading engineering simulation software company.

A physical product requires a substantial investment of money and time. Getting accepted into the ANSYS Startup Program provides you with a wide variety of powerful engineering simulation software at minimal cost, in a program specifically customized for the needs and resources of startups. With ANSYS, you can build and optimize virtual prototypes of your product in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional prototyping. Additionally, once accepted, there are joint marketing opportunities with ANSYS and StartupBlink.

Startups such as Nebia, PLD Space and General Fusion have built game changing product by joining the ANSYS Startup Program which gives your startup access to the world's leading software simulation tools used by 96 out of the top 100 industrial companies on the FORTUNE 500 list.  

Here's a quick quote from one of the ANSYS Startup Program Participants:

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ANSYS Startup Program Participants

Mohyi Labs - making a bladeless drone

“The simulation tools have pushed Mohyi Labs Bladeless Drone development to new heights... ANSYS® has eliminated the guesswork in our design iteration process.”

- John Mohyi, Mohyi Labs CEO and Bladeless Drone Inventor.

General Fusion - developing economically viable fusion energy

“Our engineers were able to use the software quickly because it is built with applied engineering in mind. We will continue to use ANSYS® as we construct a full-scale prototype.”

- David Plant, Engineer, General Fusion.

PLD Space, an aerospace startup in Spain is leveraging tools acquired through the ANSYS Startup Program to develop small satellite launchers. ANSYS simulation software is helping them hit development timelines, reduce costs and ensure that ideas will work. PLD Space started with ANSYS as a young company, leveraging the software to help them grow and plans to continue to have a strong collaboration with ANSYS into the future.

PLD Space Leverages ANSYS Startup Program

ARC

ARC aims to democratize space by providing more affordable and reliable propulsion solutions, using 3D printing technology to create rocket engines in one-tenth the time and at half the cost of traditional methods. ANSYS software is used to deliver the most accurate and valuable data to modify and develop their technology in a more efficient manner.

Autorient

Autorient targets solutions for positioning and control of autonomous machines, robots and vehicles. Reducing the size and improving the performance of the measurement system are necessary to compete in this market. Read this case study to learn how modeling and simulation can provide a full understanding of the behavior and the mechanical, thermal and electrical properties of these systems.

CerebroScope

Read this case study to learn how CerebroScope® used ANSYS Electronics Desktop to develop a prototype of their CerebroPatch™, which can be used to detect these CSDs through the scalp so preventive measures can be taken to minimize the damage done by CSDs. Simulation reduced their design time by 75 percent compared to experimental methods, so they could start clinical trials sooner.

Why should you join the ANSYS Startup Program?

Specific Benefits:

•  Access to the full portfolio of ANSYS multi-physics solutions;

•  Prices affordable for any startup, taking into account your startup's stage, revenue and specific needs;

•  Join marketing partnership opportunities with ANSYS. Being accepted to the program is a great milestone to show potential investors and clients;

•  Startups accepted to the program will be featured in an interview on StartupBlink's top ranked Hardware startup blog, get invited to our hardware podcast, and exposed to over 40,000 entrepreneurs in our network.

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ANSYS Startup Program Participants

Nebia is a startup that raised $3M in one month from Kickstarter is designing a shower head that saves water and energy.

“The help we've gotten from ANSYS ® engineers and their team there has been monumental in moving us to the next level.”

- Gabriel Parisi-Amon, Co-Founder, CTO/COO, Nebia.

Mohyi Labs - making a bladeless drone

“The simulation tools have pushed Mohyi Labs Bladeless Drone development to new heights... ANSYS® has eliminated the guesswork in our design iteration process.”

- John Mohyi, Mohyi Labs CEO and Bladeless Drone Inventor.

Mohyi Labs - making a bladeless drone

General Fusion - developing economically viable fusion energy

“Our engineers were able to use the software quickly because it is built with applied engineering in mind. We will continue to use ANSYS® as we construct a full-scale prototype.”

- David Plant, Engineer, General Fusion.

Autorient

CerebroScope

About ANSYS

If you’ve ever witnessed a rocket launch, boarded a plane, driven a car, worked on a computer, used a mobile phone, or even crossed a bridge, you’ve probably used a product that relied on ANSYS software. ANSYS is a global leader in engineering simulation, and partners with cutting-edge startups to help them deliver dramatically improved products to their customers. The ANSYS Startup Program's broad portfolio of engineering simulation software helps users solve the most complicated design challenges and engineer new products that are limited only by imagination.

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