The UK’s Altair Technology Conference yet again has proven to be one of the most successful events since its debut in 1999. This year we held our 10th Altair Technology Conference on 19th September, at the British motor museum, Gaydon.
The conference brought together companies which had benefited significantly by integrating the latest computer aided engineering (CAE) technology into their design processes and shared their experiences, our presenters offered practical insights which can be directly applied in the workplace.
Innovators across industries shared how simulation driven design has changed the way their businesses operate. Industry leader presentations explored how simulation continued to be driven by current disruptive trends, including additive manufacturing, Multi Physics, Structural Optimisation, MDO etc. In addition, technical content was delivered by Altair customers and team members showcasing the latest in advanced technology.
Through thought-provoking keynote speakers and cutting edge technical case studies, we revealed how firms from diverse industry sectors including automotive, aerospace, medical device and consumer goods, had successfully designed and commercialised products in reduced timescales and at lower design and manufacturing cost.
The attendees benefited by:
- Learning about the latest developments in CAE technology and saw how leading companies are applying the solutions to meet real world design challenges.
- Learning how to apply these best practices to improve your own virtual design performance.
- Networking with prominent individuals in the UK engineering community and discussed key points of interest.
British Motor Museum, Gaydon