On Wednesday December 7th Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte visited incubator YES!Delft to celebrate the recent successes its startups achieved. Particularly ParaPy and Nerdalize had reason to party, as they struck deals with Fokker and Eneco respectively.
Deals worth celebrating
Parapy provides software that speeds up engineering design processes by up to 99%. They also automate 3D modelling, meshing and simulation. Their first project for aircraft engineer Fokker will be the development of an airplane steering rudder. This usually takes a year, Parapy plans to perform it in just a few weeks. Nerdalize has extended its deal with energy provider Eneco to install their high performance servers in homes as a sustainable alternative to regular heating.