Ingpuls becomes the first german CASMART member

Ingpuls will be the first German company to become a CASMART member

Ingpuls joins the ranks of renowned international companies and becomes the first German company to join the CASMART consortium.CASMART is an international association of companies and institutions from industry and research and has been working voluntarily for the development and research of shape memory technology for almost two decades. The CASMART initiative was founded in North America in 2006 to create a platform for exchange and in order to promote research and the growth of shape memory technology.After initially focusing on the aerospace sector, CASMART has expanded its scope to other industries in recent years.The focus is on the further development of shape memory technology. At the same time, CASMART aims to gain new insights and in this context to expand the possible applications of shape memory alloys and corresponding systems. By now CASMART is internationally active and its members are spread all over the world. Members include universities as well as world-leading companies such as Boeing, Rolls-Royce, General Motors and NASA.

For Ingpuls co-founder and CEO Dr. Christian Großmann, the move comes at just the right time:“After our joint venture with Resonetics in medical technology, for Ingpuls joining CASMART is another important step towards entering the North American market. We look forward to working with the world’s most innovative companies and research institutions from now on. As a member of CASMART, Ingpuls continues to pursue its goal of continuously developing shape memory technology and making the technology ready for widespread use. Membership in CASMART also promotes Ingpuls` gradual advancement of its presence in the U.S. market while engaging in professional exchanges with experts from different areas of the industry.”

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