The Altair Technology Conference (ATC) wrapped up this week in Garden Grove, Calif.
Attendees at the three-day event saw keynote presentations from Robert McIntosh, Boeing Chief Engineer of Weight Engineering in the BCA Flight Sciences organization; Brian Cottrell, Honeywell Aerospace Chief of Structures; Jayaraman Sivakumar, Senior Manager, Engine Structures Component Design and Analysis Department at GM Powertrain; and Norihiko Sawa, Group Manager for Toyota Japan.
New to the conference this year was a PBS Works User Group and an Enterprise Solutions conference track.
In addition to the keynotes, Altair chairman and CEO James Scapa provided insight on how Altair’s expansion into a variety of industry verticals is helping customers better solve problems in both engineering and business. Additional Altair executives took the stage to showcase the company’s evolving software vision, including insight on its HPC and cloud strategies, as well as the solidThinking Inspire product.
“Our global technology conference series, and particularly the Americas ATC, provides a venue for Altair customers to showcase their domain expertise and demonstrate the ways Altair optimization and simulation technologies have encouraged advanced engineering and game-changing business decisions,” said Scapa. “We are looking forward to the knowledge sharing, networking, and ideation that have become hallmarks of this annual event.”
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.