We are happy to sponsor several student initiatives to support tomorrows stars.
Project March has the goal to design and build an exoskeleton for people with a spinal cord injury, to give them their full mobility back. The exoskeleton is built by students from the Delft University of Technology. CodePS sponsors the Project MARCH team by supporting them in their Finite Element Analyses and by consulting on material and structural design choices.
At CodePS we'd like to give a helping hand to those who can use one. In this case, we litterally give a 'helping hand' to children with a hand or arm reduction defect. e-NABLE is a non-profit organisation that provides 3D-printed prosthetics to make life a lot easier for these children. Playing, swimming and riding a bike becomes much more fun with these personal gifts. A cool and meaningful solution!
ai for wildlife
Fruitpunch AI is applying AI to prevent poaching in South Africa. With state-of-the-art drones, animals and suspicious behaviour of people nearby are monitored. The drones fly and land autonomously, collect data with thermal cameras to detect poaching areas, and conduct predictive analytics to know when and where poachers will strike next. An appropriate response from the rangers nearby can then be initiated. Together, we can act and save a piece of our environment.
karunalaya centre for street & working children
Near our office in India, the Karunalaya Social Service Society is located. This is an organisation that provides education and guidance for street children. The foundation exists based on donations, so CodePS is happy to be able to contribute as a sponsor.
formula student team delft
Formula Student Racing Team Delft consists of approximately 80 students that design and build an electric Formula Student car in one year. Quite the goal! The team has worked hard the past couple of years and has ended up in the top three of the world ranking list multiple times. CodePS mainly supports the team with their simulations in the software Abaqus.
formula electric belgium
Formula Eelctric Belgium unites a group of motivated engineering students from different campuses of KU Leuven University and Thomas More University College in Flanders, Belgium. The goal of the project is to design, build and drive an electric Formula Student race car. CodePS supports the team with their FE analyses, regarding the gear wheels.
The Formula Racing Team from ZUYD Hogeschool works in a period of two years on the development of a racing car. The team consists of students from different study backgrounds and various study years. Each sub team develops a part of the car. CodePS supports the team in the setup of their mechanical simulations.