Our technology will be the cornerstone of Autonomous Computational Design, and enable the birth of products and design that humans can’t even imagine.Watch video
Our innovation is the result of a spin-out from world leading research conducted over more than a decade by a team of researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. In 2014 the team was awarded a grant from the European Research Council with the purpose of commercializing the research.
The company behind Ingrid Cloud, Adaptive Simulations, was founded in January 2015, and has been led since then by the CEO and co-founder Sebastian Desand. The vision was at first to create an easy to use, fully automated flow simulation service. That vision has evolved into a vision with more far reaching implications.
In 2016 the company received funding from Vinnova, the Swedish Agency for Innovation and Growth; as well as from the EU-commission as a result of the Horizon2020 program for disruptive innovations. In April 2017, the company successfully raised a seed-round. The investors participating in the round were Karma Ventures, Creathor Venture and KTH Holding.
Between 2015-2018 the company has developed the product in close collaboration with pilot customers of different sizes and in different industries. In 2018, the company launched the first public version of the revolutionary innovation Ingrid Cloud. The company is based in Stockholm, and have still offices near its origin: on the KTH Campus.