Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and the SpaceX mission, announced in January that he will donate $100 million towards a prize for the best carbon capture technology. To support this open call, Wikifactory is offering FREE Subscriptions for private workspaces for the whole of 2021 to anyone building an idea to enter into this competition. You can invite an unlimited team of engineers, designers and experts with your coupon to build and document your idea ahead of making your submission.
Our private workspace is fully equipped with Wikifactory's powerful product development tools including The CAD Rooms where multiple people can collaborate in real-time in 3D mode on their design, without needing to waste time waiting for files to transfer by email or other cloud sharing software.
You can even manage permission systems for your team, so that edits are only made by some of your chosen collaborators, while reviews and feedback are delivered by other collaborators. It's all customizable to your needs. And best of all, it's all free this year for this specific open call.
We want to empower you FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE WHOLE YEAR in this important mission with all our tools and privacy mode at your disposal. Design, collaborate and prototype with our industry-first CAD collaboration system. Visualize more than 30 file formats live in 3D mode with all your team.
The reason we feel you'll benefit from the private workspace is because we understand that a project of this scale and scope may require some IP-protected components which you may not wish to (or may not be able to) make available open-source just yet, even with one of the many open-source licenses available to upload.
How can you build your own team on Wikifactory?
If you don't already have a team and are looking to build one, just find a team of skilled professionals among Wikifactory's community of 90,000 designers, makers and engineers.
Apply here today.
For more information about the entry requirements, visit the XPrize page today.