Altair in Troy, a global developer of computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), released the Altair HyperWorks 2023 platform. The new release is an update to Altair’s design and simulation platform, an integrated system designed to streamline workflows, enhance user experiences, and enable innovation.
Altair HyperWorks 2023 was engineered to be the most comprehensive, powerful, versatile, and open Computer Assisted Engineering (CAE) platform available, empowering engineers of all skill levels with a suite of design and simulation products for a wide range of industries including automotive, aerospace, electronics, and more.
The new platform introduces platform-wide enhancements, including a brand-new user experience, faster speeds, an open and programmable architecture, and AI-powered workflows. Its interface combined with Python APIs should allow developers and users to integrate solutions easily, maximizing the platform’s full technological potential.
“The release of Altair HyperWorks 2023 is a game-changing milestone for Altair’s design and simulation capabilities that will truly revolutionize our portfolio,” says James R. Scapa, founder and CEO of Altair. “We have successfully blended the power of computational science with AI and HPC, bringing new dimensions to our tools and giving users more power and flexibility than ever before to effectively enable their digital transformation and become future-ready.”
All Altair HyperWorks 2023 solver solutions, including Altair OptiStruct, Altair SimSolid, Altair Feko and others, have added new capabilities meant to leapfrog the competition. In addition, Altair has launched Altair Simulation Cloud Suite for simulation data management, which has become relevant with the integration of AI leveraging synthetic data. Finally, Altair HyperWorks 2023 contains the inaugural release of Altair HyperMesh CFD with a particular focus on external aerodynamics.
With Altair HyperWorks 2023’s user-centric interface, every tool should be easily accessible. Featuring a brand-new modular interface that emphasizes interoperability, Altair HyperWorks 2023 was designed to give engineers the agility to explore more design options and make faster, more informed decisions in an integrated environment.
Its intelligent management of modeling entities was created to boost graphics performance, enabling multitasking on assemblies while focusing on intricate sub-assembly details
Altair HyperWorks 2023 is designed to help AI-powered simulation and generative design by guiding engineers through AI-augmented workflows to automate complex tasks, identify data trends, and make more accurate predictions.
With Altair HyperWorks 2023, users should be able to create custom AI models from previous models and reduced-order models for optimized system simulations – all while using the cloud for workload management.
Altair HyperWorks 2023 is meant to offer the flexibility and scalability to personalize workflows, integrate with a host of Altair and third-party software, and boost productivity via automation.
Users can use Python APIs and enjoy seamless integration with product data management systems and solvers in a variety of disciplines, including structural finite-element analysis, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), multibody dynamics, electromagnetics, and electronic design automation (EDA).
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