Altair Releases Altair HyperWorks 2023

Altair has announced the release of Altair HyperWorks 2023. This update to Altair’s design and simulation platform signifies a transformative leap in technology, offering an integrated solution that streamlines workflows, enhances user experiences, and enables innovation.

“The release of Altair HyperWorks 2023 is a game-changing milestone for Altair’s design and simulation capabilities that will truly revolutionise our portfolio,” said James Scapa, founder and CEO, 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.”

Altair HyperWorks 2023 is a comprehensive, powerful, versatile, and open CAE platform that empowers engineers of all skill levels with a suite of design and simulation products for a wide range of industries. This release introduces platform-wide enhancements, including a brand-new user experience, fast speeds, an open and programmable architecture, and AI-powered workflows. Its modern interface combined with Python APIs allows developers and users to integrate solutions seamlessly, maximising the platform’s full technological potential.

All Altair HyperWorks 2023 solver solutions, including Altair OptiStruct, Altair SimSolid, Altair Feko and others, have added significant new capabilities to leapfrog the competition. In addition, Altair has launched Altair Simulation Cloud Suite for simulation data management, which has become extremely 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.



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