Tag: Optimization

Small Overlap, Big Challenge

My colleague, Giuseppe Resta, Manager, Global Automotive at Altair Engineering submitted the following blog post. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) just released its first results for its new small overlap frontal crash test. Despite the fact that the initial … Read More

Disruptive Innovation?

The National Petroleum Council (a panel advising the US Energy Department) has just published a future fuels report stating that the internal combustion will remain the dominant power source for cars until at least 2050. The study says it will … Read More

Shedding Car Weight with Simulation Technology

This post was taken from Altair Enlighten. Earlier this month, I wrote an opinion piece for Environmental Leader, a magazine dedicated to energy, environmental and sustainability news. My contribution gave an overview of how automotive manufacturers are increasingly turning to … Read More

Topology Optimization Joins the Mile High Club

This post was taken from Altair Enlighten. My colleague, Jamie Buchanan, Director of Product Design at Altair UK, submitted this blog post regarding additive layer manufacturing. It’s interesting where examples of innovative applications of optimisation technologies turn up as the … Read More

Aerospace Engineering Shortage

Various articles have appeared recently on the current global shortage of aerospace engineers.  One such article in Industry Week outlines how this is particularly difficult for the aerospace suppliers who don’t have OEM name recognition to attract talent. With all … Read More

AIM FIRE 2012

The Altair–Automation Alley AIM FIRE (Advanced Innovative Methods for Improved Reliability & Efficiency) Military Day brought together industry professionals from the US military and their supply chain to discuss trends and advancements in simulation methods. The event addressed a range … Read More