TotalSim are pleased to announce that early in 2019 we will be launching a state-of-the-art sports engineering facility at Silverstone Park.
Building on our experience and success in sports engineering over the last 11 years, the 26,000 sq ft engineering hub will comprise two wind tunnels: one for cycling, and other sports such as speed-skating, skeleton, running and wheelchair athletes; the other for testing fabrics.
We hope the hub will become a focal point for like minded people to work together to provide innovation around sports engineering. The hub will provide some of the tools required to help companies and individuals to succeed.
Within the facility there will be offices, design studios and workshops for production, prototyping and testing. If you would like to collaborate with us and be part of the hub then we have office space available, so do get in touch.
The hub has benefited from a £2 million BTVLEP (Buckinghamshire Thames Valley Local Economic Partnership) grant.
TotalSim’s Managing Director Dr Rob Lewis see’s this as an exciting new business venture “Tapping into the world class high-tech skills pool around Silverstone enables us to create a unique innovation incubator for companies in sports engineering and services which we predict will have global appeal. If we can pool the right things together then we believe that organisations will come from around the world to take advantage of the facility.”
It is hoped that the hub could be the start of a whole series of ventures around Silverstone to do with sports science, engineering and education.
More details will be uploaded shortly but if you would like to find out more please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up to our newsletter via the link below.
To help grow this exciting new business we are looking for an engineer with a couple of years of industry experience to join our team. If you think you have what it takes, then please send a covering letter and CV to email@example.com
Further details on the role can be found on our careers page https://www.totalsimulation.co.uk/engineering-project-manager/
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