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UMD receives software grant worth $750K for robotics design classes

The software will be used in classes "related to robotics design, bioengineering, space systems, product engineering, manufacturing and systems life cycle analysis."

The University of Maryland, College Park. Photo courtesy of http://interchangeproject.org/.

The University of Maryland received a software grant from Siemens PLM Software worth $750,000, according to the Baltimore Business Journal.
Students and UMD faculty “will use the software in courses and research related to robotics design, bioengineering, space systems, product engineering, manufacturing and systems life cycle analysis.”
[Baltimore Business Journal]

Companies: University System of Maryland / Siemens

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