Altair Engineering, Inc., Leamington Spa, UK, has announced that its 10th Altair Technology Conference (ATC) will be held at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon, UK, September 19, 2017.
The popular biennial conference attracts speakers from world leading companies, who will discuss some of the business challenges facing the UK’s 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 under its Design the Difference™ tagline; focusing on how Altair solutions are able to change the way products are designed and brought to market.
Companies across multiple markets including automotive, aerospace, consumer goods, marine and more will showcase how digital design has changed the way their businesses operates.
Technical experts will also share examples of how they have deployed Altair’s latest cutting edge software solutions for Additive Manufacturing design, multi physics, structural optimisation, MDO, engineering on the cloud and more.
This year’s speakers will include experts from:
- Jaguar Land Rover
- Safran messier bugatti dowty
- Tata Technologies Ltd
The 9th Altair Technology Conference, held in 2015, attracted over 300 delegates from various industry sectors. “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,” stated Royston Jones, Exec VP European Operations & Global CTO, Altair.
“The agenda of the 10th UK ATC provides a wide variety of presentations between vision and technical depth as well as product information. With this comprehensive program I am sure that every attendee will get the most out of his or her visit,” he concluded. In the event’s technical showcase, Altair and its partners will exhibit a range of software, hardware, and services solutions that support customers in changing the way their way products are developed.
ATC is free to attend and open to all industries. Registration is now open and details of the agenda can be found via Altair’s website.