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January 23, 2020   •   3 minute read

NASA to Help Fund AnalySwift, Purdue Technology

Testing materials that are deployable in software technology increases our capabilities to develop light-weight structures in the future. Material testing is an important part in technology innovation and increasing our capabilities.  Associated Environmental Systems engineers and manufactures a wide variety of environmental test chambers for testing materials, including stability chambers, thermal shock chambers, and RF blocking chambers.AnalySwift LLC, a Purdue University-affiliated commercial software provider, has received a $125,000 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant from NASA. The STTR award will help the company further develop its SwiftComp software, technology that provides efficient, high-fidelity modeling of deployable structures made of high-strain composites.

Testing materials that are deployable in software technology increases our capabilities to develop light-weight structures in the future. Material testing is an important part in technology innovation and increasing our capabilities.  Associated Environmental Systems engineers and manufactures a wide variety of environmental test chambers for testing materials, including stability chambers, thermal shock chambers, and RF blocking chambers.

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