OCTOPUZ to exhibit at Aerospace & Defense trade show in California

OCTOPUZ will be at the AeroDef tradeshow demonstrating their Offline Robotic Programming and Simulation software. OCTOPUZ enables rapid-prototyping, error-identification & correction, and simplifies the path to ROI on robotic investments by abstracting the R&D efforts into the virtual world.

From April 30th to May 1st, OCTOPUZ will be exhibiting at AeroDef, an aerospace and defense manufacturing trade show taking place at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California.


At OCTOPUZ we understand that the Aerospace & Defense industries are unique in that they require rigorous testing to ensure every component works exceptionally once released into the real world.

For those responsible for the design and prototyping efforts, OCTOPUZ will enable you to rapidly design systems, revise concepts, understand the components required and conduct comparative analysis between designs.

In an ideal world, engineers can help their organizations speed up the prototyping process & validate robotic automated processes, ensuring they have solved for all errors that can occur when translating to the real world.

Our mission at OCTOPUZ relating to the Aerospace & Defense industries is to enable rapid-prototyping, error-identification & correction, and simplify the path to ROI on robotic investments by abstracting the R&D efforts into the virtual world.

To learn more about OCTOPUZ Offline Programming and Simulation Software visit the OCTOPUZ booth, #1918, or contact the OCTOPUZ team to book a demo.

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