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ASSESS 2018 Congress Announces Frustum as a Gold Sponsor

Frustum
By Frustum

ASSESS Initiative, a broad reaching multi-industry initiative to facilitate a revolution of enablement that will vastly increase the availability and effectiveness of Engineering Simulation, is proud to announce that Frustum, Inc. will be a Gold Sponsor for the upcoming ASSESS 2018 CONGRESS, to be held at Chateau Elan Winery & Resort, Oct 28th-30th, 2018.

“As we approach a higher complexity future, with the emergence of new approaches such as generative design and additive manufacturing, we collectively need to rethink the role of technology and the engineer for companies, products and individuals to realize their full potential. Conferences like ASSESS represent a great opportunity for industry leaders to collaborate and share experiences, ideas and opportunities that will help us all move the industry forward,” stated Jesse Coors-Blankenship, Founder & CEO, Frustum, Inc. “We are very glad to support the ASSESS Initiative and its Annual Congress as part of the collaborative effort of ASSESS to bring together thought leaders from various organizations to take action on improving the awareness and value of Engineering Simulation to the industry.”

The ASSESS 2018 Congress is the 3rd annual congress for ASSESS organized to “enable” both strategies and relationships related to significantly increasing the use and benefit of Engineering Simulation. Key business drivers are forcing a “simulation revolution” to overcome the issue of required expertise which is limiting the expansion of Engineering Simulation usage.

The theme of the ASSESS 2018 Congress is “Launching the Engineering Simulation Revolution.” Registration for the ASSESS 2018 Congress is by invitation only and is limited to 115 attendees. Registration will close either when all available seats are taken but no later than October 24, 2018. “We appreciate the support from Frustum, Inc. and their participation at our annual congress,” says Joe Walsh, CEO and Co-Founder of the ASSESS Initiative.

To read more about the ASSESS Initiative, visit the website here.