SkAD Labs Double Development Team Headcount
SkAD Labs SA, the next generation Virtual Product Development software company, has just doubled their development capacity within only one single month. This recent expansion increases the company’s total headcount to 10 full time employees, with seven software developers working relentlessly on building SkAD’s breakthrough MAR™ technology. The company currently operates two research and development offices in Lausanne, Switzerland and Timișoara, Romania.
“We have an ingenious team of great talents, committed to go far beyond what is possible today”, says Dr Bogdan Lazar, Co-Founder and CEO of SkAD Labs SA. “Current Computer-Aided Design and Simulation software environments are based on several decades old technology. We have radically rethought the way engineers are creating their products. With the fresh and bold development force we have gained, we will go full speed ahead towards disrupting the engineering software industry.”
SkAD’s software development team is currently working towards Skeleton|CAx™ Release 1, which will be released in Q2 2018. At the same time, SkAD Labs is working on a research project financed by the Swiss Commission for Technology and Innovation. The project is focused on further pushing the boundaries in developing SkAD’s software, and to expand the research efforts on its underlying breakthrough technology.
About SkAD Labs SA
SkAD Labs SA was incorporated in July 2016 as a spin-out from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) with the objective to develop and commercially deploy a breakthrough Computer-Aided Design and Simulation software based on Medial Axis Representation™ (MAR™) technology developed within the former LICP Laboratory of EPFL. SkAD Labs is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, with offices in Timișoara, Romania.
Skeleton|CAx™ is a novel a virtual product development software promising to deliver a 50% speed up in the development process of engineering products. Skeleton|CAx™ is an advanced, intelligent system, capable to autonomously create designs, simulate physical behavior and achieve a specific optimization goal. As a consequence, engineering product design will become as easy as running software code: With a press of one button.