Top sponsors for Tecknowledge composite database launch

31.08.2017 09:37

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Vaud based Tecknowledge is up to a strong start. The newly registered startup based in the Mont-sur-Lausanne achieves an important first milestone: the signing of its first three sponsors for its 900GPa database focused on composite materials. Owens Corning, the worldwide leader of glass fibres for composites and NGF, the Japanese leader of ultra-high modulus carbon fibres, are among them.

Newly registered Tecknowledge has achieved an important milestone signing its first three sponsors for its 900GPa database focused on composite materials. Owens Corning, the worldwide leader of glass fibres for composites and NGF,  the Japanese leader of ultra-high modulus carbon fibres, are among them. As Gilles Rocher, one of the three co-founders explained to Startupticker.ch, the startup expects further fibers suppliers to become sponsors before the end of 2017.
 
Tecknowledge Sàrl has big ambitions. The compay is developing a technical database focused on composite materials. The database is called 900GPa and contains already 2’200 references of fibers used in the composites industry (carbon, glass, aramid, balsalt, quartz, boron fibers, etc): www.900gpa.com
 
In a fast expanding global market, 900GPa aims at making technical information about composites more accessible to the industry and beyond, supporting the growth of the industry and the development of new applications. It is in free access to any users worldwide and it is sponsored by material suppliers who improve their visibility and image of technical leaders through their presence in the database.
 
Tecknowledge was created by three seasoned professionals: Gilles Rocher, Steven Maurin and Pierre Barme. Until the end of the year, 900GPa will add functionalities and grow with further product groups like prepregs, resins, fabrics, core materials etc. This will open the door to additional sponsorship opportunities.
 
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