Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0 is a topic discussed and profaned countless times. But let’s take a look at how Computer Aided Engineering, computer simulations, virtual models and digital twins fit into these concepts and what their potential and expected benefits are.
Accept the invitation to the next Altair Technology Conference , this time focusing on the aforementioned topic of digital transformation, especially in the environment of classical engineering and the development of production machines and automated systems.
The use of simulations to ensure the quality of the final product , taking into account the entire design and production process and all variables, including the impact of selected production machines .
Create virtual prototypes that accurately simulate machine behavior to properly dimension drives and mechanical construction, and further safely increase productivity while maintaining production accuracy and reliability.
System simulation to optimize control system tuning and facilitate commissioning
Use of existing data to support decision-making using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies.
The conference is intended for technical managers, development engineers, calculators, control system designers, specialists and others interested in digital technologies in industry.More information and registration
You can also meet the topic of Digital Transformation in Mechanical Engineering at the Hannover Messe virtual trade fair , which this time takes place from 12 to 16 April. Visit the Altair and livestream booth focused on the benefits of simulations and AI technologies in engineering. You can also find more information on the news website at www.altair.com .
We are constantly expanding our network of clients, including major final manufacturers and suppliers for the automotive, aerospace and railway industries, as well as small and large engineering companies. We are active in the Czech Republic and beyond.
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