To what extent has the Taiwan Unmanned Vehicle System been on track from MIRDC's perspective
In this presentation, MIRDC’s Bionic Intelligent Automatic Guided Vehicle (BI-AGV) is introduced. This “collaborative handling module” has three characteristics of wireless intelligence, flexible use and flexible movement. Through the wireless intelligent collaborative handling system, it can control several automatic guided vehicles (AGVS) in real time, and several vehicles can conduct remote control and serial connection to carry out handling tasks. At the same time, the 360-degree mobile omni-directional wheel design framework is adopted. It has the advantages of flexible use in the area where the traditional unmanned vehicle cannot run smoothly in the indoor narrow space.
SIMULATION DRIVEN ANTENNA DESIGN TO MEET ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
In this paper, we illustrate a simulation-driven workflow process using Altair HyperWorks Suite for antennas to meet environmental specifications during the design process so time taken for test and certification can be minimized and thus, cost savings and faster product development cycles.
Next Generation Robotics and Controls Lab
ESS & Altair invites you to an engaging webinar on next-generation Robotics and Controls Lab. In this webinar, we will be demonstrating a unique visual approach to robotics by using a combination of Altair Digital-Twin technology & Altair Hardware-in-Loop Modelling environment. During this webinar, you will learn how to design & develop cutting-edge Robotics applications using Altair’s fail-safe Digital-Twin technology, Acrome Ball-Balancing Table Robot & Altair Model-Based Development tools. By adopting technologies like Digital-Twin, Multi-Domain Modelling and 1D to 3D Co-Simulation using Modelica interfaces and Hardware-in-loop modelling, the Indian R&D sector can eliminate catastrophic failures of systems downstream.
Learn How Northrop Grumman Uses Altair Asymptotic EM Solver to Validate Measurement
Join us for this OnDemand webinar, where Northrop Grumman engineer Keith Snyder demonstrates Altair Feko simulations to compare with measured patterns of a slant 45-degree omni directional antenna on a rolled edge ground plane. Advantages of using sampled nearfield currents in combination with large element physical optics (LE-PO) solution in Altair Feko in determining the far fields will be presented.
The Role of Simulation in Medical Device Innovation
Dr Venkat Perumal, Senior Principle Engineer at Stryker Global Technology Center discusses the adoption of simulation in Medical Device industry and how it helps shorten the overall product development cycle time & cost. While adoption of simulation has the ability to reduce and time, physics-based models need rigorous verification, validation and uncertainty quantification.
This talk will include examples, where physics-based simulation results lent insight of the product performance, materials modeling and structure-properties correlation. The role of industry-academia-private & public partnership in driving the change from 100% ‘make & break’ to ‘simulation driven product development’ including regulatory submission will be discussed.
The video is 12 minutes long and was presented at the Altair Technology Conference 2020.
Feko Simulation With Human Body Models For EM Exposure Evaluation Of Basic Restrictions In ICNIRP Guidelines
The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has published in March 2020 an update  of the guidelines for limiting exposure to electromagnetic fields (100 kHz to 300 GHz). This white paper describes how to evaluate the compliance regarding the basis restrictions of ICNIRP by numerical field simulation with the simulation software Altair Feko™.
Technical Papers, White Papers
Antenna Optimization & Virtual Test Drive Platform
Next generation vehicles brings increased complexity and a need for more connectivity. Altair Feko™ solution for antenna optimization and Virtual Test Drive platform is the key to developing new products to support connectivity ecosystems. And Altair offers solutions in a wide array of engineering for antennas, from design to placement to communication. For this, more development teams are simulating device signal strength and data throughput in a virtual cityscape with Altair.
Solve Coexistence and Interference Issues in Smart Devices Using Altair EM Solution
Wireless electronic devices these days often support both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. The 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi frequency band is very close to the Bluetooth operating frequency. The co-existence of these two technologies within the same device lead to interference issues.
This webinar presents Altair’s EM solution to solve the coexistence and interference issues in smart devices.
Altair 2020 Online Meet-Up #1 Electromagnetic Simulation Solutions Today & Tomorrow
באיזה אופן אנו מטפלים באתגרים אלקטרומגנטיים ע"י שימוש בסימולציות? מה הצרכים הטכנולוגיים של תחום הסימולציות האלקטרומגנטיות, ולאן הוא מתפתח? כיצד אלטאר ממשיכה להיות מובילה בתחום הסימולציות?
מה חדש בתוכנות האלקטרומגנטיות של אלטאר ? סקירת הכלים והחידושים לשנת 2020
במפגש זה נתמקד ביכולות בתחום הסימולציות האלקטרומגנטיות, ונכסה מגוון אפליקציות הנדסיות כגון: החזרי מכ"מ , התפשטות גלים אלקטרומגנטיים, בחירת מיקום והתקנה אופטימאלית לאנטנות, תכן אנטנות ,צימוד אנטנות,בטיחות קרינה, אנליזת כבלים, פגיעת ברקים ,התפשטות גלים, תכנון תקשורת שטחים אורבניים , אנליזות מכ"מ לרכב, PCB , SI , PI , מגנטים, מנועים, חיישני תדר נמוך ועוד.
במהלך הפגישה :
• יוצגו היכולות של Altair במגוון אפליקציות אלקטרומגנטיות.
• יוצג שימוש מתקדם של כלי אופטימיזציה (HyperStudy) יחד עם אנליזת אנטנה ( Feko )
Evolution of EM Simulation Technology - from simple antenna design to complex virtual test scenarios
Meet-up with Markus Schick, Electromagnetic Solutions Directeur, Altair -EMEA.
Learn about where EM simulation comes from, where we are today and where we are going, industry trends and Altair’s answers to these; how we are expanding solution offering. This is not only a historical overview but also a deeper insight in the development process and how it can be accelerated. See EM and EDA from concept to production, from simple antenna design to complex scenarios involving virtual test flights/drives.
Evolution & Usage of Electromagnetic Simulation in the Naval & Shipbuilding Industry
The Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding Industry is becoming even more important in the connected world. The ability to accelerate turnaround time and reduce cost is becoming a key driver to success. The use of simulation technologies to improve design efficiency and reduce physical testing costs continues to be one of the best ways to address engineering challenges in the Marine industry.
Design Antennas for Smart Devices Using Altair EM Solution
In an interconnected world, most devices are currently wireless with several antennas. PCBs are densely packed with components, leaving a very limited space for antenna and the engineer needs to come up with a suitable design. The performance of the antenna is also influenced by the adjacent components on the PCB.
This webinar presents Altair’s advanced computational tools for designing antennas on PCBs for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi applications.
RF Simulation applications in automotive antenna integration
RF simulation plays a very important role for the integration of antennas on vehicles and helps anticipating performances, optimizing validation process, defining antenna placement and technical rules, exploring different propagation scenarios.
In this presentation, different examples of Renault RF simulations regarding antenna applications such as vehicle access (RKE, PASE), AM/FM/DAB radio, BLE, Wi-Fi, V2X and cellular (3G, 4G, 5G) are explored. Antenna main characteristics such as reflection coefficient, gain and radiation pattern are studied for different applications, then examples of link budget and propagation scenarios are presented, respectively using FEKO and WinProp.
Machine Learning in Computational Electromagnetics for Antenna and EMC Applications
Bringing artificial intelligence and electromagnetics together - machine learning for antenna and EMC applications
EM simulation activities at FOI using Altair FEKO
This presentation discusses the use of Altair Feko for electromagnetics simulation activities at the Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI
Radiated emissions from PCBs - New Feko-PollEx interface
Introducing the new interface between Feko, PCB tool PollEx
Design Implants Leveraging Additive Manufacturing
Advancements in 3D printing and optimizing parts for additive manufacturing is changing medical industry’s production approaches. Applications include dental implants, bone replacements, prosthetics, surgical instruments and many more.
This webinar presents Altair’s solution for designing parts for additive manufacturing for medical applications, reduce design and manufacturing cost, generate efficient designs and predict-fix manufacturing defect early.
Antenna Design and Optimization Using Machine Learning
Machine learning is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building. As the antennas are becoming more and more complex each day, antenna designers can take advantage of machine learning to generate trained models for their physical antenna designs and perform fast and intelligent optimization on these trained models.
Using the trained models, different optimization algorithms and goals can be run quickly, in seconds, for comparison and for types of different studies, such as for example stochastic analysis for tolerance studies etc.
This short course presents the process of fast and intelligent optimization by adopting both the Design of Experiments (DOE) and machine learning using Altair FEKO. Examples to showcase the advantages of using machine learning for antenna design and optimization will be presented.
Using Altair Software for Electromagnetics
Altair software is used across industries to solve a broad range of electromagnetic problems from static to low and high frequencies. Whether your application requires multiple frequency and time-domain techniques with true hybridization to enable the efficient exploration of a broad spectrum of electromagnetic performance, other the simulation of magneto static, steady-state and transient conditions, we have the tools you need.
Learn more at altair.com/electromagnetics.
EM and EDA, from Concept to Production
Altair’s portfolio of simulation-driven design solutions covers – amongst many other disciplines – electromagnetics (EM) and electronic design automation (EDA).
Run Faster, Make Friends and Embrace the Power - HyperWorks Unlimited HPC Appliances
If you want to supercharge your throughput, spend your days making radical improvements and work confidently from an easy-to-use browser - have we got a show for you! Begin the journey to lead your people to triumph and glory as you learn about the joys of unlimited software, supercomputing hardware and a SysAdmin waiting to fulfill your every desire with HyperWorks Unlimited HPC Appliances.
Altair Feko - Component Library
The latest release of Altair Feko, Altair's tool for wide range of applications in electromagnetic engineering including antenna design and placement, now include a comprehensive component library.
Altair Feko - Use Machine Learning to Optimize Antenna Placement in Virtual Test Scenario
This short video demonstrates how to utilize the machine learning algorithms in Altair HyperStudy coupled with Feko's antenna placement functionality to generate a virtual test scenario and optimize the placement of an antenna.
Electromagnetic Solutions for Accelerated Product Development of Aerospace and Defense Systems
In this webinar we showcase Altair’s unique electromagnetic simulation solutions combining antenna design and installed antenna performance with radio coverage analysis, including virtual flight and drive tests. We also cover fast modelling of radomes including FSS, speed up of platform model clean-up and meshing, new uses cases and technology for scattering and RCS, prediction of radio frequency interference, radio coverage and planning, spectrum management, additional related solutions on the Altair Partner Alliance and our software delivery models.
Altair for Electromagnetics Applications
Altair software is used across industries to solve a broad range of electromagnetic problems from static to low and high frequencies.
Altair for Multiphysics Applications
Altair provides an industry-leading portfolio of multiphysics-enabled software to simulate a wide range of interacting physical models including fluid-structure interaction (FSI), flexible bodies, aeroacoustics, and thermomechanical simulation.
Accelerate Product Development Uniquely Combining Antenna Design and Wireless Connectivity Simulation
In this webinar we showcase Altair’s electromagnetic simulation solutions, which uniquely combine antenna design and wireless connectivity for a broad array of communication technologies, including among others, 5G, IoT, WiFi and RFID. As the trusted solution for smart device manufacturers around the world, Altair's electromagnetic solutions shorten development cycles for higher-performing products by accurately simulating the antenna(s) performance within the physical device and at the same time the performance of the device within the wireless network. The same solution at a communication system level is also used by leading organizations to analyze and design wireless networks, including the effect of the antennas, in complex scenarios like indoor, urban and rural
Efficiently Simulating and Optimising Antenna Placement in Virtual Test Scenarios
In this practical workshop we will present both the theory and background of the numerical techniques used, as well as presenting application examples and real-world cases studies on how such a process is used in the industry today. It will be a combination of presentation and demonstration of the best insight in the process.
Due to increasing complexity and a higher demand for connectivity for all sorts of products, physical measurements are more and more enhanced by virtual testing, not only on component level but also for full platforms like vehicles, aircrafts, etc. in their environment. Simulation in the design stage is crucial for successful deployment.
This workshop demonstrates the development process, from antenna evaluation to placing the antenna concepts on a platform and performing the virtual test drive / flight analysis also using optimization to increase the performance of the system. The numerical methods applied for such types of analysis,like full wave solutions for the antenna design and placement, as well as different wave propagation models like empirical models or dominant path solutions will also be discussed in more detail.
Application examples from the automotive and aerospace domain will show time variant results for antenna systems on moving objects e.g. also for MIMO scenarios.
Solve Your EMC/EMI Problems Involving Cables
Many problems of electromagnetic compatibility and interference involve cables, which either radiate through imperfect shields and cause coupling into other cables, devices or antennas, or which receive (irradiation) external electromagnetic fields (radiated from antennas or leaked through other devices) and then cause disturbance voltages and currents potentially resulting in a malfunctioning system. Altair offers a comprehensive combined electromagnetic field and cable solution using the Multiconductor Transmission Line (MTL) method, as well as a hybrid solution combining MTL with Method of Moments (MoM+MTL), to solve the EMC/EMI problems involving cables. This webinar covers the cable analysis solution from Altair with a detailed overview of the methodology with examples.
Get One Step Ahead of 5G With Wireless Network Planning and Performance Analysis
5G is the next evolution of communication networks. With an exponential increase in consumer demands for high-speed data, the existing technologies can only sustain this demand for the next few years. We need a new technology with new capabilities, improved downloading and uploading speeds, and that can enable companies to control devices remotely in much more efficient and faster way than currently possible. This webinar presents Altair’s advanced computational tools for the propagation analysis and network planning of the emerging 5G technologies.
Take Advantage of Characteristic Mode Analysis for Your Antenna Design
Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA) enables a systematic approach to antenna design and antenna placement. The approach is based on insight in the fundamental resonance characteristics of antenna geometries and of the structures on which they are mounted. This insight aids in choosing the locations of the excitations on the antenna and of the antennas on the platform. Furthermore, knowledge of the coupling between excitations and modes enables the design engineer to synthesize the desired antenna pattern by exciting a linear combination of modal patterns. This webinar presents the applicability of CMA to antenna design with examples.
Introduction to Altair Feko Component Library
The new Feko component library contains a set of antenna models that are ready for simulation. The library can be searched easily by keywords, and a summary is included for each component. The versatile antenna models can be scaled to frequency, are preconfigured with different solver options and mesh settings, and include options for ground plane modeling and simulation settings. The library also contains a number of generic platform models, such as aircraft, that are added to a model as geometry onto which antennas can be mounted.
Product Overview Videos
Optimize Your Antenna Design Through Machine Learning
Machine learning is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building. As the antennas are becoming more and more complex each day, antenna designers can take advantage of machine learning to generate mathematical models for their physical antenna designs and perform fast and intelligent optimization on these mathematical models. This webinar presents a process of fast and intelligent optimization by adopting both the Design of Experiments (DOE) and machine learning.
Altair Feko Product Overview
Altair Feko is a comprehensive computational electromagnetics (CEM) code used widely in the telecommunications, automobile, space and defense industries.
Product Overview Videos
Airbus Helicopters Relies on Simulation to Develop Antennas Quickly and Efficiently
Hervé Dutruc, antenna and communication expert at Airbus Helicopters, highlights some of the challenges the company faces for antenna design and installation definition. Airbus Helicopters relies on Altair Feko simulations to support the increased of use of composite materials and growing frequency for communication systems.
Customer Stories, Customer Testimonials
Automotive Cellular Antenna Elevation Angle Study
Automotive and smartphone cellular telecommunication system shares the same root. However, some design parameters should have differences because of different design environment and user experience. One of the big design differences can be found on antenna design, especially antenna gain on elevation angle radiation pattern. This presentation is about a study of the elevation angle for better automotive telecommunication systems antenna design.
Design of Broadband GNSS Antennas
Presentation by Oren Mamane - Afeka College of Engineering at the ATCx in Israel, Netanya on October 30, 2019.
Shielding Effectiveness Analysis
Presentation by David Aviram , EM Expert in Israel, Altair.
Presentation at the ATCx in Israel, Netanya on October 30, 2019.
Dynamical RCS - Helicopters in pulsed Doppler radars image
Presentation by Tal Oz, Officer, Israeli Air Force.
Many modern radars measure the radial velocity of airborne targets using Doppler shift to distinguish between real targets and clutter (trees, clouds, birds). Radial velocity and Doppler shift are directly related for regular airborne targets such as Boeing 747 but even a standing still helicopter will produce some sort of measurable Doppler shift. It is a computationally difficult task to find the relevant helicopter RCS but a feature provided by Feko, the ""Numerical Green Function"" can dramatically improve computation time of such problems. The lecture will begin with relevant Radar and RCS introduction, some highlights of important Feko features and dynamic RCS results of a CAD model of a helicopter.
Presentation at the ATCx in Israel, Netanya on October 30, 2019.
Battery & Motor Thermal Management for Electric Vehicles
The key element of an electric vehicle (EV) is the battery and batteries are known to produce heat during their charge-discharge cycle. An efficient thermal management system (TMS) is of paramount importance. The battery TMS affects the cost, life, and range of the EV. A battery TMS study or an EV TMS study involves the use of thermal and fluid physics and Altair’s AcuSolve (Computational Fluid Dynamics based Simulation Technology), was used to carry out this study. The importance of finding new methods for effectively and accurately designing TMS that control temperature and optimize the performance of Li-ion batteries. This can be used to study and optimize the Battery Thermal Management System and other Thermal Management requirements arising in an electric vehicle which involves both active and passive cooling. A similar issue of heat (unwanted) exists in Motors as well, in this, we shall cover the Multiphysics simulation of Motors which shall include both electromagnetics and CFD Thermal studies of both air and liquid coolant motors.
NVH Refinement for Electric Vehicles
Replacement of traditional combustion engines with an electric powertrain, bring electro-mechanical induced tonal and high-frequency whine noise. In addition, tire and aerodynamic turbulent noise become more prominent in the absence of a standard Internal Combustion Engine. Also, the perceived sound quality imposes a new set of challenges. This leads to completely new methods of NVH refinement, keeping the decades of research aside. As it is important to address these issues at the design and development stage, adopting the new simulation techniques to manage future NVH challenges in e-Mobility is of the prime challenge to the traditional NVH engineers. In this webinar, we shall discuss some of those key NVH challenges specific to electric vehicles and appropriate simulation processes to develop countermeasures.
Improving Performance Using FEKO and HyperStudy at Northrop Grumman
Scott Burnside, Senior Antenna & RF Engineer at Northrop Grumman, explains how Altair Feko and HyperStudy can be combined to design and optimize antennas for land vehicles, helicopters, and aircrafts.
Altair FEKO and Winprop New Feature Overview
View a high level overview of the new features available within FEKO and Winprop for version 2019.
Aircraft Radome Multiphysics Using Simulation
Watch this webinar to see a demonstration of a multiphysics simulation approach using the Altair HyperWorks platform for the analysis of airborne radomes for electromagnetic , structural, aerodynamic, and bird strike performances.
A New & Revolutionary Way to Collect Energy from Wind
David Yáñez presents at the UK ATC 2019. Vortex Bladeless is a Spanish start-up that is developing a new wind energy technology. Its key characteristic is the minimization of mechanical elements that can be worn by friction. In the first stage, its application area seems to be distributed energy. For its development, CFD tools are being of vital importance. Both the fluid-structure interaction and the behavior of the magnetic fields in the alternator are being studied mainly with this type of tool. The results obtained are being contrasted with experimental results obtained both in wind tunnel and in real application environments.
A general vision of the technology, the strategies used for the integration of the different physical phenomena involved and the path traveled for its development will be exposed.
What's New in Feko and WinProp 2019
New features and benefits of Altair Feko and WinProp in the 2019 release
Radio Coverage Planning for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks, Including 5G
This webinar will give an overview of WinProp's capabilities for the radio planning with real use cases showing the performance of WinProp in topographical, built-up, industrial, and indoor scenarios including live demonstrations at the end.
Feko Lua Script: High-resolution range profile calculation
This plugin computes a high-resolution range profile (HRRP) of an object. An HRRP is a one dimensional signature of the target object, and one of the main applications is in automatic target recognition systems.
Demo Models, Technical Papers
In-depth Optimisation with Altair Feko & HyperStudy
Altair Feko is a well-known and trusted numerical analysis tool for a wide range of problems in electromagnetics. Its efficient solvers make it a very good tool to utilize as part of a process that explores solution spaces or performs advanced optimisation tasks in electromagnetics.
Altair HyperStudy makes a strong complement to Altair Feko for exactly this purpose. This webinar will introduce attendees to HyperStudy and demonstrate how its features and workflows can help electromagnetics scientists and engineers explore solutions spaces with advanced design of experiments (DOE) strategies and perform advanced optimisations using hyperdimensional solution surfaces.