Altair's Solutions for IoT: Shaping the Future of Smart Product Design

| September 29, 2017

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Whether you're designing cars or robots, or any mechatronic system in between, development time is tight, products are complex, and you've got multiple applications to consider. Cut through the complexity with Altair's fast, accurate and flexible software solutions: HyperWorks offers multi-domain simulation and optimization tool fostering multidisciplinary teamwork to get to early insights and design more efficient, smarter products and processes ready for the next industrial revolution.

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