Taking place on September 19th at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon, the biennial Altair Technology Conference (ATC), now in its tenth year, will focus on new strategies and examples of digital design in the development of innovative products.
The conference attracts speakers from global companies who will discuss current business challenges facing UK industry today, share their vision for the future of engineering and demonstrate the development of innovation in their industries.
This year’s conference will celebrate client and partner achievements who design the difference with Altair solutions to change the way products are designed and brought to market. Innovators across multiple industries including automotive, aerospace, consumer goods, marine and more will showcase how digital design has changed the way their businesses operates.
Technical experts will share examples of how they have deployed Altair’s latest software solutions including design for additive manufacturing, multi-physics, structural optimisation, MDO and engineering on the cloud. In addition, the conference provides an excellent platform to network and exchange experiences with others from the UK engineering community.
This year’s speakers come from Andiamo, Jaguar Land Rover, Lucid, Rolls-Royce, SSTL, Safran messier bugatti dowty and Tata Technologies.
“With the UK Technology Conference series running for over ten years the event has gained a reputation for presenting highly innovative and successful simulation applications that demonstrate real business benefits in this digital age,” explained Royston Jones, Exec VP European Operations & Global CTO, Altair. “The agenda of the tenth UK ATC provides a variety of presentations between vision and technical depth as well as product information. With this comprehensive programme I am sure that every attendee will get the most out of his or her visit.”
In a technical showcase Altair and its partners will be exhibiting software, hardware and services solutions that support customers to change the way products are developed.