New and innovative concepts are replacing the principles that have long underpinned the automotive industry.
The Altair physicsAI solution leverages NVIDIA RTX™ GPU computing and artificial intelligence to accelerate the design cycle.
Download the white paper to learn how you can streamline radome design while ensuring performance and reducing development time.
Download this paper to learn how simulation can accelerate antenna design and radar evaluation.
This webinar recording features experts from Microsoft, Altair, and Neural Concept. See practical, real-world examples of the use of AI and Machine Learning to improve the simulation process.
In this video, Altair Vice President Engineering Data Science, Fatma Koçer-Poyraz shares her perspective on AI in simulation with Revolution in Simulation Co-Founder, Malcolm Panthaki.
An easy fluids simulation tool enables drivers and engineers to race classic cars.
The challenge with high-fidelity CFD simulations is that they’re enormously compute-intensive. A single simulation can involve models with hundreds of millions of nodes or cells.
This blog explores the importance of accurate preprocessing within engineering simulation processes.
This article examines what a digital twin is, what it does, and why it’s used.
A Digital Twin Global Survey Report indicates that digital twin technology is bringing together simulation, high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI), and data science in groundbreaking ways.
Learn how topology optimization works and how it's applied to improve product design.
This post presents some of the features of Altair SimLab.
Newest release democratizes simulation with AI and improved data and workflows.
Pritish Shubham, Altair Ambassador provides an Introduction to Computer-Aided Engineering in this Machine Learning and CAE Video.
This article uses a novel AI-based application, romAITM, to generate a Reduced-Order-Model (ROM) from a large database of static simulations and optimize their parameters. We will demonstrate how this innovative approach can support the design of an Aircraft Wing.
This report dives into the automotive sector to to understand how the industry has used, is using, and will use digital twin technology.
Though simulation, AI, and HPC are now arriving at the forefront of golf club development and design across the board, Altair has been helping some of golf’s biggest manufacturers make better equipment for years.
AI and HPC allow new, powerful systems that help engineers make sense of data, and complexity.
With digital twin technology spreading across most industries, the physical prototype may become less ubiquitous in product design and development. A survey conducted by Altair has confirmed a surge in the worldwide adoption of digital twins.
As artificial intelligence becomes more important to engineering, industry needs better ways to create and manage all the new data generated. Altair has taken recently acquired products in this sphere and combined them into one efficient package it calls RapidMiner. Keep reading to learn why this new platform is Digital Engineering 24/7 Editor’s Pick of the Week.
The new Altair digital twin initiative is said to enable existing Altair applications to connect and display in a digital twin environment.
Enhancements and new features focus on increased flexibility for various simulation-driven design workflows.
Altair introduces an update to Inspire, its popular software for simulation-driven design. This update includes the addition of SimSolid, Altair’s powerful software for structural analysis of complex assemblies.
TROY, Mich., November 14, 2023 — Altair (Nasdaq: ALTR), a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), announced significant upgrades … Continue reading Altair Announces Next-Generation Altair® HPCWorks™ 2024
TROY, Mich., July 27, 2023 — Altair (Nasdaq: ALTR), a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), acquired OmniV, a … Continue reading Altair Expands Digital Engineering Technology with Acquisition of OmniV
Altair welcomes CPFD Software to the Altair Partner Alliance (APA). Within the APA, CPFD will offer its Barracuda Virtual Reactor software tool, a physics-based engineering … Continue reading Altair Welcomes CPFD Software to its Partner Alliance
TROY, Mich., June 6, 2023 — Altair (NASDAQ: ALTR), a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), released results from … Continue reading Altair Global Survey Reveals Significant Opportunities to Improve Efficiency, Scale, and Success of Enterprise AI and Data Projects
CAE Handbook from ESRD has been added to the Altair Partner Alliance (APA), providing users with easy access to the benefits of … Continue reading ESRD Adds the Benefits of FEA-based Simulation Apps to the Altair Partner Alliance
Co-hosted by Rev-Sim, CIMdata, and Digital Engineering 24/7, this roundtable includes experts from Microsoft, Altair, and Neural Concept. Watch to learn their thoughts and see practical, real-world examples of the use of AI and Machine Learning to improve the simulation process while also highlighting the potential pitfalls of this approach.
The Altair solution was applied to optimize vehicle performance, develop full system model and reduce physical test times.
Andrew Hobbs, Head of Simulation at Astec Industries is interviewed about his relationship working with Altair and NVIDIA software.
Altair SimLab has an intuitive interface that allowed the customer to stay in the same tool for the entire process from meshing and setup to solving and visualization.
For AZTEC, optimization using simulation provides a significant advantage to for reclaiming asphalt product. Watch this video to learn more.
When Kubota needed to accelerate design and development, Altair set their users up with an intuitive, secure interface and drag-and-drop options via Altair® Access™.
Democratizing simulation to include more team members through a standardized, automated solution ensures all teams and products to meet Accuride’s high product standards.
Time spent on solving is time that is not spent on billable services. Shock and vibration analyses of complex models could take up to a day or more. Learn how Altair provided the answer.
Researchers from Princeton University and the University of California, Berkeley are using supercomputers at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), including the powerful Polaris supercomputer, to enable 3D supernova simulation.
HYCET is reducing physical gearbox testing while increasing the efficiency of its CFD simulations to include richer, more detailed oiling information including flow rate, hydrodynamic torque, fluid contact time, heat transfer coefficient, and more.
A digital twin solution reduced production waste by more than 15%, reduced simulation time from hours to seconds, and enabled the company to monitor its forming process in a real-time environment.
In this customer story, Ford Mexico team using Altair Additive Manufacturing and Optimization Solutions, created brackets with a better mechanical behavior and a more effective heat dissipation.