At the Altair 2020 Global Experience, Altair presented the new features of its software tools in the 2020 versions. A brief overview of what’s new in each area can be found below in this article or on the Altair website. Detailed information on all the novelties of individual products can traditionally be found in the relevant Release Notes.
The biggest response was the introduction of the Altair One product, which includes in one solution the use of software tools as we know them today, but also in the cloud form. You can use the cloud as a source of computing power for running solvers, as a project repository, or as a platform for team collaboration. Another option is to run the application directly from the cloud instead of installing the classic desktop versions. Due to the use of remote desktop technologies in the background, the offer of published applications will be very wide. The proposed new licensing model Altair Units is also related to the provision of applications conceived in this way, which will include not only licenses for various types of software but also the use of high-performance computing. Learn how the Altair One will look like in a video bellow or on our YouTube channel.
The start of operation is announced for July 2020.
Altair Announces Most Significant Software Update Release in Company History
All of Altair’s software products have been updated with advancements in user experience and countless new features, including intuitive workflows that empower users to streamline product development, allowing customers to get to market faster.
Altair OptiStruct™ – includes the addition of new explicit solution and expanded implicit non-linear solutions including 2D axisymmetry
Altair SimSolid™ – includes advanced 3D seam weld connections to further improve speed
Altair Radioss™ – employs a dramatic reduction in runtimes for virtual drop testing of electronics devices
Altair Inspire™ integration of Altair SimSolid™ solver includes support and connector reaction forces, instantaneous reaction time modeling large PolyNURBS models, and improved geometry generation from optimization
Altair Embed™ – supports three additional target and two additional target families from ST Micro, VRTOS code modifications for MISRA compliance, and OpenCV DNN (Deep Neural Network) module integration
Recent release of Altair Panopticon™ – platform for user-driven monitoring of real-time data – includes major update of cloud-based deployment, enabling users to build, modify, and share custom-designed functions and content easily via standard web browsers; hotfix to enable deployment at Nomura
Altair Knowledge Hub™ – improved messages for troubleshooting and robustness; security hardening; more flexible Windows deployment; deployment on Azure; transformations including continuous binning and lookup join (refactoring for performance) and more
Altair Monarch™ – user experience improvements; Excel trapping; PDF Engine 4.5; retheme; enhanced column list and more
Altair Knowledge Studio™ – new features including Keras model, model stacking, and pivot table; variable transformations node improvements with dataset and variable preview and re-ordering
Altair Access™ – updated “work from home” features; more responsive 3D remote visualization; internationalization; better job resource charts; two-factor authentication and single sign-on; share support on mobile
Altair Accelerator™ – EDA workload support on AWS (with Rapid Scaling), Microsoft Azure, and GCP; 10x faster for dynamic workloads; container improvements; REST query API; IPv6
Altair PBS Professional® – scalability improvements towards exascale; Cray Shasta support; container enhancements for converged AI+HPC workloads; better system maintenance support
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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