Altair 2019 Global Technology Conference Heads to Motor City

World leaders in business and technology to discuss disruptive technology trends shaping the future of decision-making.

World leaders in business and technology to discuss disruptive technology trends shaping the future of decision-making.

Altair will hold its 2019 Global Altair Technology Conference (ATC) at MGM Grand Detroit, in Detroit, October 10-11. Keynoted by industry thought leaders and executives, the ATC is a learning forum for ideas and solutions to facilitate new discoveries and faster decisions.

“Our vision is to transform product and business decision-making by applying simulation, data intelligence and automation,” says James R. Scapa, Altair’s founder, chairman and CEO. “The GlobalATC’s agenda will reflect how we leverage simulation, optimization, high-performance computing, cloud technologies, and data intelligence to design a disruptive future.”

The two-day agenda will include presentations that demonstrate the power and possibilities when simulation technologies are combined with data science. Technology experts, designers, engineers, IT specialists and data scientists will converge to discuss the latest technology trends such as Internet of Things, digital twins, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Sessions will also include the role high-performance computing, simulation, and optimization play in creating products faster.

Submit an abstract by Monday, July 15, 2019, for a chance to share your expertise at the conference. Register here to attend.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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