The third edition of the ESTECO Venture Days was successfully concluded last Friday in Trieste. The event nurtures the creative spirit of the ESTECO employees, allowing them to dedicate three full work days to the development of an innovative idea of their liking.
Following a fabulous challenge at this year's America's Cup, the two teams ESTECO supported as the official technical partner - Land Rover Bar and Groupama Team France - are already looking at the preparations for the 36th edition. We will be proud to continue supporting them on their quest to achieving the design perfection!
With 13 top-level projects from universities around the world qualifying for the competition, it was quite a tough decision for the jury to make. Now the verdict is in, we are ready to announce the winners of the ESTECO Academy Design Competition, held in partnership with Aprilia Racing and Gamma Technologies.
With the 35th America's Cup qualifiers well under way, all eyes are on the Bermuda's. ESTECO is proud to support two out of six teams as a technical partner: Groupama Team France and Land Rover Bar are 'flying' on the water with their high-tech catamarans optimized with modeFRONTIER. Best of luck!
The 35th America's cup is starting in two weeks in Bermuda! Among other teams, Groupama and Land Rover Bar will set their sails with high-tech catamarans optimized with modeFRONTIER. ESTECO is proud to support the teams on this adventure as a technical partner.
A total of 13 projects from nine countries qualified for the 2016 edition of the ESTECO Academy Design Competition, organized in cooperation with Aprilia Racing and Gamma Technologies.
The 5th edition of the ESTECO North American Users' Meeting will take place on October 24th-25th, 2017 at the Ford Piquette Plant in Detroit, Michigan. The gathering of modeFRONTIER and VOLTA enthusiasts provides a unique forum for sharing knowledge and learning about the latest applications, methods, and techniques used to advance product innovation through simulation and design optimization.
HI-SEAS Mission V, the Earth-based Mars simulation habitat implemented by the University of Hawaii and funded by NASA, uses the ESTECO flagship software, modeFRONTIER, to optimize the resources used by the six-member crew during their analog isolation at Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii. modeFRONTIER will help the astronaut-like researchers develop system models for sustainable living on Mars, in particular in terms of waste reduction and sustainable lifestyle.
ESTECO partnered with Schnitger Corp. to answer to these and other questions and shed light on how the products consumers rely on are designed and created: how engineers, designers and other technical types work with stylists, who are in charge of the aesthetical appeal of a product, and with financial types, who are in charge of its cost profile, to create something the market just has to have.