TROY — When a Swedish sailboat challenges for the America’s Cup next month in the Atlantic Ocean, a Troy firm’s technology will be at work in the water.
Altair says its HyperMesh, OptiStruct and Radioss software have been used in designing Artemis Racing’s sailboat daggerboards — foils that lift the boat out of the water to cut drag.
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TROY — The Troy-based engineering technology developer Altair Engineering says it has completed its acquisition of Grenoble, France-based Cedrat S.A. and its New York-based subsidiary, Magsoft Corp.
In a news release, Altair said Cedrat is a developer of electromagnetic and thermal simulation software, used by manufacturers to accelerate the development of electric and electromagnetic devices such as motors, transformers, sensors, transmission lines, arc chambers and heat treatment processes.
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TROY — The application of simulation-driven design and optimization to vehicles on land, under the seas, in the air and orbiting the earth will provide the major focal point for keynote speakers at the 2015 Americas Altair Technology Conference in Dearborn May 5-7.
The event will include engineering professionals in product design, advanced manufacturing, applied physics, and high-performance computing. Hundreds of researchers and engineers from across North America, as well as presenters and attendees from Mexico and Brazil, will participate in three days of presentations and workshops at the Ford Conference and Event Center.
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TROY — The Troy engineering software and services provider Altair announced a new release of VisSim, its visual language software for mathematical modeling, simulation, and model-based embedded system development.
Altair says VisSim 9.0 increases engineering productivity and expands its support of the Texas Instruments C2000 product family.
The company says the new software improves its speed of operations and offers new features, including new ways to program motors and faster plotting of complex diagrams.
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