ANSYS Startup Program
The ANSYS Startup Program gives you full access to simulation software bundles that are built and priced to help entrepreneurs grow their business quickly and cost-effectively. We realize that in the early stages of starting a business there is often limited funding and little to no revenue. We created this program to help you grow your business to its full potential using the best tools possible — ANSYS simulation solutions — with a minimal initial investment. Many of the world’s greatest companies began as startups and ANSYS is committed to partnering with today’s startups to help them grow into tomorrow’s industry leaders.
As a partner in the Startup Program, you will gain instant access to ANSYS solutions so you can start building virtual prototypes of your new products. These virtual prototypes can be modified and tested with simulation hundreds of times in the same time it would take to build and test one physical prototype –saving you time and money as you work to perfect your product design. The partnership gives you access to our full portfolio of multiphysics simulation bundles, including the Structural and Fluids bundle and the Electromagnetics bundle. Additional benefits include marketing opportunities with ANSYS and access to our Customer Portal for self-guided support.
Regardless of whether you are an individual startup, an incubator working with a variety of startups, or another key participant in the ecosystem, find out below how ANSYS can benefit you.
See how our customers are using our software:
Nebia designed a new showerhead to transform the shower experience while saving water and energy. Since most of the cost of a shower is in heating the water, engineers were challenged to keep the user warm while reducing the amount of water needed by 70 percent. They leveraged ANSYS fluid dynamics to model the water flow through the shower to reduce pressure drop, maintain warmth and generate an excellent shower experience. Simulation enabled Nebia engineers to quickly and cost-effectively test many versions of its product and deliver the showerhead to market.Watch Video
Mohyi Labs set out to make a bladeless drone and in the process pioneered Ducted Counter-Vortex Radial Impeller Propulsion technology. The ANSYS Startup Program provided Mohyi Labs with both the tools and technical support to optimize this new drone technology using the world’s most advanced simulation tools. The ANSYS CFX turbomachinery module enabled them, for the first time, to directly observe and measure how well their counter-vortex geometry influences airflow.View Case Study
General Fusion has built a world-class Magnetized Target Fusion research and development team consisting of over 50 research and development professionals who have demonstrated the ability to quickly and cost-effectively design, simulate, prototype and test advanced fusion systems.View Case Study