The Altair Partner Alliance announced the expansion of its material database offering with new partner Matereality.
"Product innovation success relies on centralized data and knowledge resources. The ability to easily share centralized data allows for projects to be completed more efficiently," said Hubert Lobo, president and CTO for Matereality. "We are pleased to offer a technology through the Altair Partner Alliance that removes limitations on the ability to use material data, eliminates typical risks associated with unmanaged material data, and helps accelerate the pace of product development."
Workgroup Material DatabasePro creates a central core containing material data in full interactive detail that is always available to group members, whether collocated or dispersed. Within a workgroup, members are able to have complete access control to keep data private or share with those collaborating on a project. They are also able to perform advanced plotting accompanied by analytics to instantly compare and visualize data trends, as well as convert units, zoom, interrogate curves and export data in formats suited for diverse audiences.
"Matereality is a welcome addition to the Altair Partner Alliance and offers a convenient way for individuals, teams, or organizations to keep their material data organized and controlled," said James Brancheau, CTO for Altair. "Altair has long been a customer of Matereality affiliate DatapointLabs, a supplier of testing services that can deliver specific material properties required for computer aided analysis codes, so it is exciting to begin this new chapter and witness the benefits both parties will experience in the future."
For more information, visit Altair and Matereality.
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