24 April 2018
24 April 2018
Altair will hold its 2018 Global Altair Technology Conference at the Palais des Congrès in Paris, France, on 16-18 October. This year’s event will focus on sharing applications of simulation-driven innovation from around the world.
Technical sessions and presentations on latest technology trends such as IoT and the digital twin, e-mobility, electric vehicle design, and the impact of IoT, AI and machine learning on influencing the future of design, will demonstrate how enterprises can effectively leverage simulation, optimisation and HPC to deliver outstanding products and experiences.
“Simulation, optimisation, cloud-based HPC and the Internet of Things are coming together to transform how innovative products are brought to market,” says James Scapa, Altair’s Founder, Chairman and CEO. “As we move forward into an era of machine learning and artificial intelligence, opportunities will grow for the convergence of technology and emotion into great designs.”
The conference will bring together industry leaders, product designers and technology practitioners to help them guide their enterprises to success in a global marketplace. The three-day agenda will feature workshops on 16 October that are learning forums for the latest technology from Altair technical experts. 17 October will offer a full day of keynotes, and 18 October will include technical sessions on simulation topics including electromagnetics, crash and safety, fluid dynamics and model-based development. Previous Altair Technology Conferences have included technology leadership speakers from organisations including Ferrari, Airbus, Daimler, JLR, NASA and Ford.
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