Don’t miss the ESTECO Users’ Meeting 2020 !

 

The event represents a unique opportunity to get many insights from international companies using ESTECO technology. It will be an exciting free event, you can join both virtually and on-site in Trieste, Italy.

The ESTECO Technology Experience, originally planned in conjunction with UM20, is postponed to May 2022.

Join the ESTECO Users’ Meeting 2020 and find out how ESTECO technology can drive the design process. You can listen to interesting presentations from optimization enthusiasts, and discover how modeFRONTIER and VOLTA help them redefine and accelerate their product development process. 
Network with industry professionals and learn about innovative applications of modeFRONTIER and VOLTA. Discover the latest improvements to our technology and talk with our experts to find out how you can apply it to your engineering problems.

Takenaka and Lockheed Martin to present at ESTECO Users’ Meeting 2020

Toru Inaba from Takenaka Corporation and Juan Montoro from Lockheed Martin Aeronautics will share their experience with the application of VOLTA for SPDM in the architectural and aerospace fields. Register now and don’t miss these engaging presentations from prominent professionals.


Toru Inaba, Head Office at Computational Design Group at Takenaka, specialized in steel-structures and has developed several design programs in this field. He will join ESTECO Users’ Meeting 2020 with a speech titled “Application of a collaborative web tool for structural design projects in the architectural field” and will present on how at Takenaka they could benefit from VOLTA technology to seamlessly share the analysis results and complex simulation projects with other teams.


Juan Montoro is Conceptual Design Engineering Manager at Lockheed Martin and has a 20-year experience in commercial and military aircraft, rotorcraft and UAV design and development. At the ESTECO Users’ Meeting 2020 he will present “The EXPEDITE program and the benefits of VOLTA as a server based MDO framework” on the shift of moving MDO from a desktop to a server based approach. Here he will explain how they used VOLTA to foster Multidisciplinary Design Optimization and develop an optimization workflow of a close air support vehicle


Register now to listen to Takenaka and Lockheed Martin’s success stories featuring ESTECO technology. Join us virtually or on-site on 30 September and 1 October 2020.

 

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