The UK’s Leading Digital Design Event Returns in 2022

The 12th UK Altair Technology Conference
British Motor Museum, Warwickshire | May 24, 2022 | Free to Attend

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Celebrating Digital Innovation for Over 20 years

First held in 1999, the UK Altair Technology Conference (ATC) has established a reputation as the UK’s leading industry wide forum for digital design innovation. The UK ATC is renowned for its thought leading keynote addresses and technical presentations which showcase digital innovation.

The 12th biennial UK ATC returns with a central theme of ‘Digital Innovation Impacting Smart Connected Products’. The conference provides examples of simulation driving design and highlights the emergence of ‘Big Data’ and how AI technologies compliment design (e.g. Optimisation, Machine Learning etc).

All engineering and design communities are invited to register for free and join over 500 of their industry peers to celebrate the latest digital innovations, share ideas and make new connections.

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2022 Speakers Include

Stephanie Buckner
Stephanie Buckner Chief Operating Officer Altair
Dr. Kafil Ahmed
Dr. Kafil Ahmed Senior RF Design Engineer Network Rail
Andrew Foster
Andrew Foster Chief Engineer Body Exteriors Jaguar Land Rover
Kevin Welch
Kevin Welch Chief Engineer Closures and Exteriors Jaguar Land Rover
Peter Rawlinson
Peter Rawlinson Chief Executive Officer Lucid Motors
Ross Atherton
Ross Atherton Future Projects Team Leader - Structural Systems Rolls-Royce
Tomas Garcia
Tomas Garcia Head of Civil Structures HS2
Dr. Moritz Frenzel
Dr. Moritz Frenzel Head of Structural Optimization Competence Center BMW Group
Andrew Hobbs
Andrew Hobbs Head of Simulation Astec Industries
Daniel Nieto-Velazquez
Daniel Nieto-Velazquez Principal Analysis Engineer Animal Dynamics
Dr. Adam Towse
Dr. Adam Towse Head of Discipline (Stress) Assystem Energy and Infrastructure Limited
Dr. David Panni
Dr. David Panni Group Structures Manager JCB
Yan Pugh-Jones
Yan Pugh-Jones Engineering Director Brompton Bicycle
Steven Harry
Steven Harry Lead Structural Engineer Brompton Bicycle
Stephanie Buckner
Stephanie Buckner Chief Operating Officer Altair
Dr. Kafil Ahmed
Dr. Kafil Ahmed Senior RF Design Engineer Network Rail
Andrew Foster
Andrew Foster Chief Engineer Body Exteriors Jaguar Land Rover
Kevin Welch
Kevin Welch Chief Engineer Closures and Exteriors Jaguar Land Rover
Peter Rawlinson
Peter Rawlinson Chief Executive Officer Lucid Motors
Ross Atherton
Ross Atherton Future Projects Team Leader - Structural Systems Rolls-Royce
Tomas Garcia
Tomas Garcia Head of Civil Structures HS2
Dr. Moritz Frenzel
Dr. Moritz Frenzel Head of Structural Optimization Competence Center BMW Group
Andrew Hobbs
Andrew Hobbs Head of Simulation Astec Industries
Daniel Nieto-Velazquez
Daniel Nieto-Velazquez Principal Analysis Engineer Animal Dynamics
Dr. Adam Towse
Dr. Adam Towse Head of Discipline (Stress) Assystem Energy and Infrastructure Limited
Dr. David Panni
Dr. David Panni Group Structures Manager JCB
Yan Pugh-Jones
Yan Pugh-Jones Engineering Director Brompton Bicycle
Steven Harry
Steven Harry Lead Structural Engineer Brompton Bicycle

Agenda

Tuesday 24th May, 2022
Session I: Keynote Presentations Part I
09:00 BST

Welcome

Dr. Royston Jones, CTO, Altair

Dr. Royston Jones is the Global CTO of Altair and Managing Director of Altair’s operation in the United Kingdom & Ireland. For over thirty years, Dr Jones has been involved in the application of CAE methods to produce design innovation. One of his many passions is leading the development of cutting-edge solutions for e-mobility, including methodologies to significantly reduce vehicle weight, create more efficient e-motors and creating batteries optimized for performance at the cell, module and pack levels.

09:10 BST

Altair's Convergence Vision

Stephanie Buckner, COO, Altair

• How Digital is the Key Technology for the Efficient Design of SMART Connected Products
• Convergence Between Simulation, Artificial Intelligence and High-Performance Computing

As chief operating officer, Stephanie Bucker is responsible for Altair’s corporate development efforts and field operations, sales, and technical support globally. Previously she served as senior vice president of corporate development where she was responsible for building strategic partnerships across Altair’s entire ecosystem including software, hardware, cloud, the Altair Partner Alliance, and ... Read More

09:30 BST

Evolution of Product Simulation in Jaguar Land Rover

Andrew Foster, Chief Engineer Body, Jaguar Land Rover

• Simulation Highlights from the Recently Launched 5th Generation Range Rover
• The Competing Demands of Faster Results vs Higher Simulation Fidelity

Andrew Foster MA CEng FIMechE has served Jaguar Land Rover since 1984 when he joined as a structural analyst in Body Engineering. Subsequently he has held a number of leadership roles in Engineering, Manufacturing and Programme Management. He is currently Chief Engineer, Body Exteriors, responsible for the development of Body Structures, Closures and Exterior Trim including Body ... Read More

09:55 BST

Technology Innovations Behind the Lucid Air

Peter Rawlinson, CEO, Lucid Motors

• Key Technology Innovations: Packaging, e-Motor Miniaturisation, Battery Pack Design etc
• The Requirement to Win the ‘Technology Footrace’, Affordable Luxury EVs and the Utilitarian EV

Peter Rawlinson serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer of Lucid. As CEO, Peter is responsible for all strategic and business aspects of the company. As CTO, he is responsible for the creation and delivery of all Lucid products. He brings over 30 years of automotive industry experience to bear ... Read More

10:20 - 10:45 BST

Networking, Refreshments, and Exhibition Booths

Session II: Structural Optimisation & Meshless Design Innovation
10:45 BST

Simulation's Role in Developing the Lightweight, All Titanium Brompton

Yan Pugh-Jones, Engineering Director, Brompton Bicycle
Steven Harry, Lead Structural Engineer, Brompton Bicycle

• Creating the Lightest Brompton Ever, the T Line
• Advanced Structural Optimisation and Innovative Meshless Technology Pushing the Boundaries of Design

Every millimetre of the classic folding Brompton Bicycle has been reinvented to create our lightest bike ever, the T Line. The product of three years of limitless thinking, research and development, the T Line weighs just 7.45kg in its lightest form compared to 11kg for the traditional steel model.

To deliver this incredible weight saving, advanced engineering ... Read More

11:05 BST

Accelerating Turbofan Structural Design

Ross Atherton, Future Programmes Team Lead – Structural Systems Design, Rolls-Royce

• Highlighting the Challenges of UltraFan®; the Next Generation Engine Introducing a Step Reduction in Emissions, Noise, and Operating Costs
• Utilisation of Simulation to Enhance Structural Efficiency, Covering Rapid Concept Model Creation and Evaluation to Facilitate Design Exploration

Modern aerospace gas turbine engines are some of the most complex and highly-integrated machines on the planet. With huge responsibility on the aviation industry to reach a carbon neutral position in the coming years the engineering challenge isn’t getting any ... Read More

Dr. Moritz Frenzel
11:25 BST

Emulate Engineering Expertise with Machine Learning for Automotive Crashworthiness Optimisation

Dr. Moritz Frenzel, Head of Structural Optimisation Competence Center, BMW Group

• Deployment of Machine Learning Techniques to Advance Prediction Quality
• Defining Key Performance Indicators with Machine Learning to Emulate Engineering Expertise

In this presentation Dr. Frenzel will discuss how machine learning elements can advance speed, automatisation level, and prediction quality in crash optimisation. Moreover, it is demonstrated how key performance indicators can be intuitively defined with the help of ML and thus emulate engineering expertise (“Expert.AI”) within optimisation pipelines.

11:45 BST

Transforming Workflows Across Industries

Mike Guinan, UK Dell Precision Workstation Sales Leader, Dell Technologies

• Extreme Performance to Enable New Paradigms in CAE
• Accelerating Innovation – Digital Twins, Multi-Physics, Optimisation

The session will discuss how we gain extreme performance to enable new paradigms in CAE such as digital twins, multi-physics, optimisation and generative design and how we accelerate innovation with the Dell Precision Workstations.

11:55 BST

Breaking The Boundaries Of Digital Transformation With High Performance And Adaptive Computing

Stephen Robotham - Business Development Executive AMD UK&I

• Removing Barriers that Restrict Innovation
• Enabling Design Engineers to Take Ingenuity to a New Level

AMD technology is designed to remove the barriers that restrict innovation and creativity, by providing more capable, efficient and easily accessed computing solutions that enable design engineers take their ingenuity to a new level.

 

12:05 BST

Lunch, Networking and Exhibition Booths

Session III: Keynote Presentations Part II
13:05 BST

Changing the Bridge Design Paradigm

Tomas Garcia, Head of Civil Structures, HS2

• Introducing a Simulation Driven Design Approach to Rapidly Evaluate Optimum Bridge Design Concepts
• Exploring Low Carbon Opportunities Available in Concrete Construction

Tomas is a MSc in Civil/Structural Engineering with more than 28 years of experience and is currently the High Speed 2 Head of Civil Structures. He spent more than 4 years working as Design Manager for the London 2012 Olympic Delivery Partner before joining the HS2 team. Prior to that, Tomas was Project Manager in the ... Read More

13:30 BST

Opportunities for Data Science in Automotive Engineering

Kevin Welch, Chief Engineer Closures and Exteriors, Jaguar Land Rover

• Initial Explorations into How Data Analytics Can Provide Additional Insight into Product Design
• Deployment of Machine Learning and Decision Tree Algorithms to Deliver Insight into Hybrid Data Set

Kevin began in the Automotive industry as a Body Engineering Apprentice based at the Rover site in Cowley with the launch of the Rover 75. He has worked on Body and Exterior parts and in particular vehicles closures (Doors and Lids) of all types for more than 27 years, ... Read More

13:55 BST

The Challenges of Implementing a Simulation Journey in the Off-Highway Industry

Dr. David Panni, Group Structures Manager, JCB

• Off-Highway Industry Presents Many Exciting Opportunities and Challenges for Simulation
• Top-Level Benefits Outlined and Question of How to Best Adopt the Tools will be Addressed

Dr. David Panni has been working in the Off-Highway sector for 20 years developing innovative and robust structural solutions in the most arduous applications. In his current role he is responsible for the structural integrity of all JCB products globally.

David is passionate about simulation to accelerate the design process and to ... Read More

Session IV: Multi-Physics Applications
14:20 BST

Enabling Electric Flight for Everyone with Intelligent Simulation Technologies

Tim Crundwell, Senior Composite Stress Engineer, Vertical Aerospace

• Urban Air Mobility to Transform How we Travel
• Design of Composite Structures for Stiffness, Strength and Crashworthiness

In late 2021 Vertical Aerospace became a public company, giving us the means to bring our VX4 eVTOL aircraft to market and deliver on our vision of bringing safer, cleaner and quieter air travel to everyone.

The 20th century saw rapid advances in science and technology that transformed how people live beyond all recognition. Urbanisation lifted billions out of poverty; ... Read More

14:40 BST

Development of a Novel Aircraft using Simulation Technology

Daniel Nieto-Velazquez, Principal Analysis Engineer, Animal Dynamics

• Early-Stage Development of an Autonomous Powered Parafoil, the STORK STM
• Extensive Deployment of Simulation to Optimise Structural, Multi-Body and CFD Performance

Animal Dynamics is in the early development stages of an autonomous powered parafoil, the STORK STM. Once certified, this vehicle is suited for crop spraying, surveying, emergency aid and military resupply, amongst other applications. So far, its development has made extensive use of Altair’s technologies ranging from finite element analysis and structural optimisation to multi-body and ... Read More

15:00 BST

How Simulation is Helping Improve Equipment Sustainability

Andrew Hobbs, Head of Simulation, Astec Industries

• Environmental Benefits of Recycled Road Construction Material (Hot Mix Asphalt)
• Simulation Providing Insight into the Key Stages of Asphalt Production (i.e. Aggregate Drying, Mixing and Reclaimed Heating)

Hot mix asphalt (HMA) is one of the most common materials used in road construction.  HMA is also 100% recyclable.  Increasing the amount of recycled pavement in new roads is one way to make infrastructure development more sustainable.  Producing HMA is an energy intensive process so sustainability must begin with ... Read More

15:20 BST

Networking, Refreshments, and Exhibition Booths

Session V: SMART Connected
15:45 BST

Advancing Britain's Rail Infrastructure with Electromagnetic Simulation

Dr. Kafil Ahmed, Senior RF Design Engineer, Network Rail

• Ensuring the Robust Operation of Safety Critical Signalling from Electromagnetic Interference
• Simulating the Complex Composite Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Multiple Radio Network Technologies

Railway safety critical trackside signalling and telecom equipment needs to be protected from external interference. Radio frequency (RF) base stations can support multiple radio network technologies, and the composite electromagnetic fields near the operational railway may affect the safety performance of the critical assets. Also, any radio frequency over-exposure risks from radio frequency sources ... Read More

16:05 BST

A Physics Based Digital Twin for Nuclear

Dr. Adam Towse, Head of Discipline (Stress), Assystem Energy and Infrastructure

• Development of Digital Twins to Facilitate Rapid Structural Integrity Assessment
• Altair® SmartWorks™ as the IoT Backbone to Facilitate Communication Between the Twin

The use of Digital Twins, connecting models with their real counterparts via an always-on data link, is becoming well established in many industries and will continue to expand. It has, however, had less impact in the nuclear power generation sector even though the underlying digital models have been used for many years.

The inputs to ... Read More

16:25 BST

Disrupting the Battery Development Process with an Intelligent Digital Twin

Danson Joseph, Managing Director, Danecca

• Development of an ‘Intelligent Digital Twin’
• Live Demo – Introduction to the Physical and Virtual Twins and Response to a Demand Request

Simulation is now the dominant technology driving the design process. Optimization and machine learning, together with the availability of inexpensive computing place simulation at the heart of the design process, and at the evolution of the Digital Twin. EV battery packs present a unique opportunity to showcase the power of simulation and the benefits of ... Read More

16:45 BST

Close & Prize Draw

Dr. Baljesh Mehmi, Sales Director, Altair

Tuesday 24th May, 2022
Session I: Keynote Presentations Part I
Session II: Structural Optimisation & Meshless Design Innovation
Session III: Keynote Presentations Part II
Session IV: Multi-Physics Applications
Session V: SMART Connected
09:00 BST

Welcome

Dr. Royston Jones, CTO, Altair

Dr. Royston Jones is the Global CTO of Altair and Managing Director of Altair’s operation in the United Kingdom & Ireland. For over thirty years, Dr Jones has been involved in the application of CAE methods to produce design innovation. One of his many passions is leading the development of cutting-edge solutions for e-mobility, including methodologies to significantly reduce vehicle weight, create more efficient e-motors and creating batteries optimized for performance at the cell, module and pack levels.

09:10 BST

Altair's Convergence Vision

Stephanie Buckner, COO, Altair

• How Digital is the Key Technology for the Efficient Design of SMART Connected Products
• Convergence Between Simulation, Artificial Intelligence and High-Performance Computing

As chief operating officer, Stephanie Bucker is responsible for Altair’s corporate development efforts and field operations, sales, and technical support globally. Previously she served as senior vice president of corporate development where she was responsible for building strategic partnerships across Altair’s entire ecosystem including software, hardware, cloud, the Altair Partner Alliance, and ... Read More

09:30 BST

Evolution of Product Simulation in Jaguar Land Rover

Andrew Foster, Chief Engineer Body, Jaguar Land Rover

• Simulation Highlights from the Recently Launched 5th Generation Range Rover
• The Competing Demands of Faster Results vs Higher Simulation Fidelity

Andrew Foster MA CEng FIMechE has served Jaguar Land Rover since 1984 when he joined as a structural analyst in Body Engineering. Subsequently he has held a number of leadership roles in Engineering, Manufacturing and Programme Management. He is currently Chief Engineer, Body Exteriors, responsible for the development of Body Structures, Closures and Exterior Trim including Body ... Read More

09:55 BST

Technology Innovations Behind the Lucid Air

Peter Rawlinson, CEO, Lucid Motors

• Key Technology Innovations: Packaging, e-Motor Miniaturisation, Battery Pack Design etc
• The Requirement to Win the ‘Technology Footrace’, Affordable Luxury EVs and the Utilitarian EV

Peter Rawlinson serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer of Lucid. As CEO, Peter is responsible for all strategic and business aspects of the company. As CTO, he is responsible for the creation and delivery of all Lucid products. He brings over 30 years of automotive industry experience to bear ... Read More

10:20 - 10:45 BST

Networking, Refreshments, and Exhibition Booths

10:45 BST

Simulation's Role in Developing the Lightweight, All Titanium Brompton

Yan Pugh-Jones, Engineering Director, Brompton Bicycle
Steven Harry, Lead Structural Engineer, Brompton Bicycle

• Creating the Lightest Brompton Ever, the T Line
• Advanced Structural Optimisation and Innovative Meshless Technology Pushing the Boundaries of Design

Every millimetre of the classic folding Brompton Bicycle has been reinvented to create our lightest bike ever, the T Line. The product of three years of limitless thinking, research and development, the T Line weighs just 7.45kg in its lightest form compared to 11kg for the traditional steel model.

To deliver this incredible weight saving, advanced engineering ... Read More

11:05 BST

Accelerating Turbofan Structural Design

Ross Atherton, Future Programmes Team Lead – Structural Systems Design, Rolls-Royce

• Highlighting the Challenges of UltraFan®; the Next Generation Engine Introducing a Step Reduction in Emissions, Noise, and Operating Costs
• Utilisation of Simulation to Enhance Structural Efficiency, Covering Rapid Concept Model Creation and Evaluation to Facilitate Design Exploration

Modern aerospace gas turbine engines are some of the most complex and highly-integrated machines on the planet. With huge responsibility on the aviation industry to reach a carbon neutral position in the coming years the engineering challenge isn’t getting any ... Read More

Dr. Moritz Frenzel
11:25 BST

Emulate Engineering Expertise with Machine Learning for Automotive Crashworthiness Optimisation

Dr. Moritz Frenzel, Head of Structural Optimisation Competence Center, BMW Group

• Deployment of Machine Learning Techniques to Advance Prediction Quality
• Defining Key Performance Indicators with Machine Learning to Emulate Engineering Expertise

In this presentation Dr. Frenzel will discuss how machine learning elements can advance speed, automatisation level, and prediction quality in crash optimisation. Moreover, it is demonstrated how key performance indicators can be intuitively defined with the help of ML and thus emulate engineering expertise (“Expert.AI”) within optimisation pipelines.

11:45 BST

Transforming Workflows Across Industries

Mike Guinan, UK Dell Precision Workstation Sales Leader, Dell Technologies

• Extreme Performance to Enable New Paradigms in CAE
• Accelerating Innovation – Digital Twins, Multi-Physics, Optimisation

The session will discuss how we gain extreme performance to enable new paradigms in CAE such as digital twins, multi-physics, optimisation and generative design and how we accelerate innovation with the Dell Precision Workstations.

11:55 BST

Breaking The Boundaries Of Digital Transformation With High Performance And Adaptive Computing

Stephen Robotham - Business Development Executive AMD UK&I

• Removing Barriers that Restrict Innovation
• Enabling Design Engineers to Take Ingenuity to a New Level

AMD technology is designed to remove the barriers that restrict innovation and creativity, by providing more capable, efficient and easily accessed computing solutions that enable design engineers take their ingenuity to a new level.

 

12:05 BST

Lunch, Networking and Exhibition Booths

13:05 BST

Changing the Bridge Design Paradigm

Tomas Garcia, Head of Civil Structures, HS2

• Introducing a Simulation Driven Design Approach to Rapidly Evaluate Optimum Bridge Design Concepts
• Exploring Low Carbon Opportunities Available in Concrete Construction

Tomas is a MSc in Civil/Structural Engineering with more than 28 years of experience and is currently the High Speed 2 Head of Civil Structures. He spent more than 4 years working as Design Manager for the London 2012 Olympic Delivery Partner before joining the HS2 team. Prior to that, Tomas was Project Manager in the ... Read More

13:30 BST

Opportunities for Data Science in Automotive Engineering

Kevin Welch, Chief Engineer Closures and Exteriors, Jaguar Land Rover

• Initial Explorations into How Data Analytics Can Provide Additional Insight into Product Design
• Deployment of Machine Learning and Decision Tree Algorithms to Deliver Insight into Hybrid Data Set

Kevin began in the Automotive industry as a Body Engineering Apprentice based at the Rover site in Cowley with the launch of the Rover 75. He has worked on Body and Exterior parts and in particular vehicles closures (Doors and Lids) of all types for more than 27 years, ... Read More

13:55 BST

The Challenges of Implementing a Simulation Journey in the Off-Highway Industry

Dr. David Panni, Group Structures Manager, JCB

• Off-Highway Industry Presents Many Exciting Opportunities and Challenges for Simulation
• Top-Level Benefits Outlined and Question of How to Best Adopt the Tools will be Addressed

Dr. David Panni has been working in the Off-Highway sector for 20 years developing innovative and robust structural solutions in the most arduous applications. In his current role he is responsible for the structural integrity of all JCB products globally.

David is passionate about simulation to accelerate the design process and to ... Read More

14:20 BST

Enabling Electric Flight for Everyone with Intelligent Simulation Technologies

Tim Crundwell, Senior Composite Stress Engineer, Vertical Aerospace

• Urban Air Mobility to Transform How we Travel
• Design of Composite Structures for Stiffness, Strength and Crashworthiness

In late 2021 Vertical Aerospace became a public company, giving us the means to bring our VX4 eVTOL aircraft to market and deliver on our vision of bringing safer, cleaner and quieter air travel to everyone.

The 20th century saw rapid advances in science and technology that transformed how people live beyond all recognition. Urbanisation lifted billions out of poverty; ... Read More

14:40 BST

Development of a Novel Aircraft using Simulation Technology

Daniel Nieto-Velazquez, Principal Analysis Engineer, Animal Dynamics

• Early-Stage Development of an Autonomous Powered Parafoil, the STORK STM
• Extensive Deployment of Simulation to Optimise Structural, Multi-Body and CFD Performance

Animal Dynamics is in the early development stages of an autonomous powered parafoil, the STORK STM. Once certified, this vehicle is suited for crop spraying, surveying, emergency aid and military resupply, amongst other applications. So far, its development has made extensive use of Altair’s technologies ranging from finite element analysis and structural optimisation to multi-body and ... Read More

15:00 BST

How Simulation is Helping Improve Equipment Sustainability

Andrew Hobbs, Head of Simulation, Astec Industries

• Environmental Benefits of Recycled Road Construction Material (Hot Mix Asphalt)
• Simulation Providing Insight into the Key Stages of Asphalt Production (i.e. Aggregate Drying, Mixing and Reclaimed Heating)

Hot mix asphalt (HMA) is one of the most common materials used in road construction.  HMA is also 100% recyclable.  Increasing the amount of recycled pavement in new roads is one way to make infrastructure development more sustainable.  Producing HMA is an energy intensive process so sustainability must begin with ... Read More

15:20 BST

Networking, Refreshments, and Exhibition Booths

15:45 BST

Advancing Britain's Rail Infrastructure with Electromagnetic Simulation

Dr. Kafil Ahmed, Senior RF Design Engineer, Network Rail

• Ensuring the Robust Operation of Safety Critical Signalling from Electromagnetic Interference
• Simulating the Complex Composite Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Multiple Radio Network Technologies

Railway safety critical trackside signalling and telecom equipment needs to be protected from external interference. Radio frequency (RF) base stations can support multiple radio network technologies, and the composite electromagnetic fields near the operational railway may affect the safety performance of the critical assets. Also, any radio frequency over-exposure risks from radio frequency sources ... Read More

16:05 BST

A Physics Based Digital Twin for Nuclear

Dr. Adam Towse, Head of Discipline (Stress), Assystem Energy and Infrastructure

• Development of Digital Twins to Facilitate Rapid Structural Integrity Assessment
• Altair® SmartWorks™ as the IoT Backbone to Facilitate Communication Between the Twin

The use of Digital Twins, connecting models with their real counterparts via an always-on data link, is becoming well established in many industries and will continue to expand. It has, however, had less impact in the nuclear power generation sector even though the underlying digital models have been used for many years.

The inputs to ... Read More

16:25 BST

Disrupting the Battery Development Process with an Intelligent Digital Twin

Danson Joseph, Managing Director, Danecca

• Development of an ‘Intelligent Digital Twin’
• Live Demo – Introduction to the Physical and Virtual Twins and Response to a Demand Request

Simulation is now the dominant technology driving the design process. Optimization and machine learning, together with the availability of inexpensive computing place simulation at the heart of the design process, and at the evolution of the Digital Twin. EV battery packs present a unique opportunity to showcase the power of simulation and the benefits of ... Read More

16:45 BST

Close & Prize Draw

Dr. Baljesh Mehmi, Sales Director, Altair

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