EIT RAW MATERIALS SUMMIT 2019
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The Future of Waste NdFeB Rare Earth Permanent Magnets and their Role in a Circular Economy
Creating a long-lasting and satisfying business out of the process of technology transfer is quite a unique experience, particularly when the technologies involved concern methods that allow us to virtually simulate the physical behaviour of the objects we want to produce and to analyse their different performances or functions in varied application domains from mechanics to fluid dynamics, acoustics, electromagnetism, and so on.
Today I am here to describe the experience of EnginSoft, a company that we created in 1983 when the technologies I alluded to previously were limited to a few scarce application possibilities mostly used in research. Since its inception, EnginSoft has always been concerned with understanding if, how, where and within what limits these technologies could become useful in the design and production processes of companies. Staying true to this mission, EnginSoft as accompanied the technological evolution that today represents the heart of the digitalization for Industry 4.0.
The rather articulated path that EnginSoft has followed can be analysed from various perspectives: thematically, the ability to leverage the innovation inherent in numeric and virtual simulation; strategically, relationships with universities and the ability to create effective interactions between them and the industrial world; from a technology transfer perspective, based on the belief that knowledge and hence training are the only real roots of any evolution; from a networking
PS6 - Resource Efficiency Cities
Wed Feb 13 2019 16:32:34 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)