In this update: IMS Software press release for IMTS (International Manufacturing and Technology Show.
IMS Software and North American Eagle at IMTS September 10-15, Chicago, IL
September 7, 2012 – Haverhill, MA and Spanaway, WA – North American Eagle, Inc. announced IMS Software has joined as a sponsor in their effort to establish a new world land speed record.
The team will use IMSpost(tm) and IMSverify(tm) software for the programming, verification and simulation of the CNC machinery used to manufacture components for the North American Eagle.
“We’re delighted to support the North American Eagle in their pursuit.” said Dan Wrenn, president and co-founder of IMS Software. “Their team is a shining example of talented volunteers bringing ingenuity, creativity and passion to a formidable engineering challenge.”
“When Team North American Eagle needs to make a machine part, we use IMS Software to make it right the first time” said Keith Zanghi, NAE Director of Operations. “IMS Software provides software solutions that make the value stream as efficient as possible.”
The North American Eagle team will join IMS Software at IMTS 2012, Booth E-3122 in Chicago, IL from September 10-15.
IMS Software, Inc., founded in 1989, is a recognized leader in providing NC postprocessing, verification and simulation solutions and services to companies seeking a competitive advantage in the manufacturing industry. With headquarters in Haverhill, MA., IMS solution are sold worldwide, addressing the needs of companies of all sizes, primarily in the automotive, aerospace and defense, general manufacturing and machinery, and electromechanical industries.
About North American Eagle, Inc.
The North American Eagle™ is a car that has been built to break the 763 mph world land speed record. Based in Spanaway WA, the 56 foot long, 45,500 horsepower vehicle is leading the world in many innovative technologies in a number of areas such as magnetic anti-skid braking, high speed parachutes that can withstand dynamic pressures exceeding 1,600 lb per square foot, high speed wheels that are rated to 950 mph, mitigation of transonic shock waves in a ground plane, and data acquisition system gathering 3.2 million measurements per second. The project has been featured worldwide in over eight television documentaries. More information is available at http://www.landspeed.com.