SIMULATING THE FUTURE IN AFRICA: The GE and ANSYS Simulation Challenge REQUIREMENTS

Entrants are required to:

PROPOSAL

  • Submit a proposal that describes an innovative product or system, that could either be an incremental improvement on an existing one, or a radically disruptive one, that would be of benefit to Africa, primarily in the sectors and extended eco-systems that GE operates in Africa : Industrial manufacturing, power, oil and gas, renewables, energy connections, transportation, mining, aviation, and healthcare.
  • Provide a description of your current organization, your future growth plans, and what value it would be for you, and your clients, for you to be a recipient of the GE Ansys Simulation Software license for one year.

COMPANY DETAILS

  • Certificate of company incorporation, tax number, and directors certificate
  • Identity details of directors and share-holders in your company
  • 2 – 4 case studies of projects you have recently worked on
  • 2 – 4 References
  • Key Contact: Email and Cellphone details

QUALIFYING CRITERIA:

Entrants must meet the following criteria in order to be considered eligible for the GE & ANSYS SIMULATION SOFTWARE CHALLENGE:

  • An organization formed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.
  • Privately held company.
  • Less than five (5) years old.
  • Less than $5M USD Revenue per year for the entire company (at time of application). Revenue may not be counted per department, or company subdivision.
  • Must enter into License agreement with ANSYS directly
  • Primary user(s) of ANSYS software license(s) has previous exposure to the use of modelling and simulation software within the manufacturing environment.

Consultant companies or companies that provide consulting services (as part of their business model) are not eligible to enter as ANSYS Startup Program licenses may not be used to provide consulting services.

ALL ENTRIES THROUGH THE WEBSITEhttp://geafricainnovationcentre.com/ge-ansys-challenge

GE Africa Innovation Centre ANSYS Simulating the Future Challenge. 23 May 2017

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *