Israeli firms cash in on free engineering software

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February 6, 2013 15:54

 
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Over 50 Israeli companies have joined the Autodesk Clean Tech Partner program, gaining access to the company’s 3D engineering software valued at $150,000 for a nominal fee of $50, the company announced Wednesday. The program is intended to give cash-strapped innovators at clean tech start-ups access to some of the most powerful software in the field, which gives the a shot at competing with big companies.

“Clean tech innovators should have incredibly powerful design tools for solving the world’s most difficult problems,” says Autodesk CEO Carl Bass.

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