National Science Foundation Finds Solution to Reduce the Time and Cost to Develop New Products
In 2001, the U.S. Government agencies began to look for solutions to reduce the time and cost to develop, test, and launch new products. They identified computational testing – predicting future machine performance with computer simulations – as a key area to improve the competitiveness of manufacturers. Since 2001, these agencies invested in Sentient Science and our DigitalClone technology to push new breakthroughs. Now, that investment has paid off in commercial software and services that support advanced manufacturing by giving companies more information about their designs’ future life and performance faster and more efficiently.
- $24MSmall Business Innovative
Research (SBIR) Investment
- 13Years of Development, Validation
- $300BCombined Revenues of Sentient
Science's Commercial Customers