Titan Arm Wins Cornell Cup Form Embedded Systems Innovation

 Univ of PA Cornell Cup Titan 2013
In Greek mythology, the Titans displayed incredible strength and stamina.  This year’s Cornell Cup 1st place winner is the University of Pennsylvania for their untethered, powered Exoskeleton, called the Titan Arm. 

The Titan Arm is designed for rehabilitation, therapeutic applications and occupations requiring augmented strength.  Team Titan is made up of 4 senior engineers, Elizabeth Beattie, Nick McGIll, Nick Parrotta, and Niko Vladimirov.

Univ of PA Cornell Cup 2013 FEA

We used SolidWorks not only for its plethora of design and assembly tools, but also for its FEA toolkit, something that helped us verify and modify our designs as needed”   Team Titan.

The Cornell Cup is sponsored by Cornell University and  Intel and this year took place in Orlando Florida, USA. 

Wpi cornell cup

SolidWorks is proud to provide design and analysis software for Cornell Cup teams such as  Team Titan and the WPI engineers who took second place with their Cyber Physical Systems.  Marie

 

Marie Planchard

Marie Planchard

Director of Education Community, SolidWorks at Dassault Systemes SolidWorks Corporation
Marie Planchard is Director of the Education Community, SolidWorks. She is responsible for global development of curricula, content and social outreach for the SolidWorks educational products across all levels of academia.
Marie Planchard
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