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Altair successfully concludes 11th Edition of Altair Technology Conference Series in India


Altair Engineering concluded another successful Altair Technology Conference Series in Bangalore and Delhi. The events were scheduled between July 14-16, 2015, at The Ritz-Carlton, Bengaluru, and Le Meridien, New Delhi. The forum brought industry leader’s talk on the latest engineering technologies for performance optimization, lightweight design, cloud solutions, electromagnetic simulation, and model-based development.

Over 125+ engineering papers from India based auto OEM/supplier, Aerospace, Defence, CPG, Rail and other verticals were presented highlighting extensive use of Simulation for “Design in India”.

The conference included keynotes by eminent engineering leaders from the Aerospace and automobile industry verticals including Mr. Brian McMurray, Vice President, General Motors Technical Center India; Mr. Alok Nanda, General Manager, GE Aviation Engineering-India; Mr. Ravi Kharul, CTO, Endurance Technologies and Mr. C.B.Remesan, Sr. AVP, Eicher Engines.

“India is a key market for Altair- our centre here feeds several of our global innovations. In the next few years we see India growing even further due to several factors like its strengthening market and government focus on design and manufacturing amongst others. Over the last decade, global ATC series has emerged as a premier forum for industry leaders to connect and share their experiences in engineering, design and high-performance computing. This year we are very happy with the outcome of ATC, as it has given us the opportunity to share important updates about our new capabilities and the latest versions of some of our key product offerings with our customers and partners here in India.” said Mr. James R. Scapa, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Altair.

Altair also engaged with CEO/CXOs in the transportation sector through the exclusive CXO thought leadership program – “The Next Gen Transportation Ideas for Emerging Markets”.


Niloy Banerjee

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