United Kingdom

19 Sep 2017 - British Motor Museum, Gaydon | 2017 UK Altair Technology Conference

The UK Altair Technology Conference, the UK's leading virtual design event, returned on 19 September 2017. This free, one day conference from Altair brought together companies which have benefited significantly by integrating the latest computer aided engineering (CAE) technology into their design processes. By sharing their experiences, our presenters offered practical insights which can be directly applied in the workplace.

Past Events

8 November 2016, London | Solving Real World Electromagnetic Problems | ATCx EM

The rapid expansion of electronic devices within various industry such as Automotive, Aerospace, Naval, Communication Industries and Consumer Products has meant that designing with electromagnetic (EM) effects in mind has become a vital part of the design process.

28th June 2016, Coventry | The Gateway to Enhanced NVH Quality | ATCx NVH

This one-day seminar gathered NVH industry experts and engineering specialists to discuss current NVH trends and future legislation challenges, as well presented practical methods to reduce product lead times and how to meet ever changing consumer expectations.

7th June 2016, Bristol | Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing - From Concept to End Product | ATCx AM

Altair Engineering along with The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) and HiETA Technologies will be holding an event 'Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing - From Concept to End Product' on 7th June 2016 between 09.00 – 16.00 hours.

10 November 2015, London | Solving Real World Electromagnetic Problems | ATCx FEKO

FEKO is a comprehensive electromagnetic (EM) analysis software suite, building on state of the art computational EM (CEM) techniques to provide users with software that can solve a wide range of electromagnetic problems. See how leading companies including BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, Queen Mary University and more are using FEKO to solve design problems.

27 October 2015, Coventry | Maximising the Potential of Additive Manufacturing | ATCx AM

Realise the full potential of Additive Manufacturing by applying a simulation driven design approach and optimisation techniques.

7 July 2015, Warwickshire | Next Generation Computational Fluid Dynamics | ATCx CFD

Leading companies such as Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, CREO Dynamics, Jaguar Land Rover, Prodrive and more showcased how they are leveraging AcuSolve to achieve more efficient development cycles and in turn developing truly innovative, profitable products faster

16 June 2015 Stratford Manor, Warwickshire | 2015 UK Altair Technology Conference

The UK Altair Technology Conference, the UK's leading virtual design event, returned on 16 June 2015. This free, one day conference from Altair brought together companies which have benefited significantly by integrating the latest computer aided engineering (CAE) technology into their design processes. By sharing their experiences, our presenters offered practical insights which can be directly applied in the workplace.

9 December 2014, Warwickshire | Infinite Design Exploration | ATCx Cloud

This seminar featured customer presentations exploring large design scenarios and their outcomes, pushing the limits of CAE and HPC in making innovative products using Altair’s Cloud Solutions, highlighting the ease of access to HPC in the CAE domain through the cloud medium.

2 September 2014, Aberdeen | Reducing Risk & Increasing Reliability | ATCx Energy

This seminar explored the latest challenges in the oil & gas industry and the latest virtual simulation tools. Delegates were given the opportunity to learn about Altair’s simulation technology and how best to deploy this technology within their organisations for maximum benefit.

September 2013 - Warwickshire | 2013 UK Altair Technology Conference

The UK Altair Technology Conference, the UK's leading virtual design event, returned on 10th September 2013. This free, one day conference from Altair brought together companies which have benefited significantly by integrating the latest computer aided engineering (CAE) technology into their design processes. By sharing their experiences, our presenters offered practical insights which can be directly applied in the workplace.