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Bringing high-fidelity engineering technology to early-phase design workflows can help mankind win the climate-crisis struggle. Dr. Frattari tells Architosh how the engineering software company is advancing its mandates in the world of AEC.
While not ruling out using proceeds for acquisitions, Altair Engineering—parent company of solidThinking, Inc.—says successful IPO will allow it to pay off debt.
Computer-aided engineering market (finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics) for aerospace, automotive, defense industry, industrial machinery, and other applications will grow at CAGR of just over 11% between now and 2021.
Altair updates HyperWorks 14 to better support the Aerospace industry.
Altair releases new HyperWorks 14 for Windows and Mac—Complete CAE Suite
Exploring the intersection of design and technology, the solidThinking company, a subsidiary of Altair, will host its first confab focused on more than its users but broader themes involved in the convergence in design and technology.
Altair’s solidThinking, Inc. is calling Evolve 2015 the ultimate hybrid modeling and rendering software and the program features brand new PolyNURBS tools, cutting edge rendering and lots more.
Like OTOY Altair uses re:Invent conference this week to announced cloud-based distribution of application services with HyperWorks Unlimited for Amazon Web Services
solidThinking has announced that solidThinking Inspire 2014 is now available worldwide through dealers. The award-winning engineering 3D CAD tool is available on both Mac OS X and Windows
An early look at AIA National in Chicago and the ideas and trends that are coming into focus
In this special feature article we explore solidThinking Evolve and its use in advanced architectural surface modeling. In this part 1 feature we demonstrate the basics in working with complex curved surfaces and forms
In this feature Product In-Depth article Adel Matar, senior product specialist for solidThinking, Inc. in Europe, spoke to us in detail about the latest version of solidThinking Evolve 9.5 with a particular focus on how the program works and its modeling capabilities. We also spoke quite a bit at length about architectural conceptual modeling–an area we hope to see solidThinking address more as its parent company Altair gets more focused and interested in the AEC market.
At AIA National in Denver Altair Corporation discussed at length its company’s presence and intentions in AEC with Architosh, including details about its collaborative work with large global AEC firms
Notes and pictures from AIA Denver in and around the convention hall
Leading CAE software provider brings tools to Mac OS X