Altair and ARAI signs MoU to advance technology and digital transformation goals

ETAuto Desk ETAuto Desk | 07-10 16:20

Reji Mathai, director, ARAI and Vishwanath Rao, Managing Director, Altair India-GCC-ANZ signing MoU
New Delhi: Altair, a leader in computational intelligence, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) to foster technology and digital transformation in the automotive and heavy engineering sectors. The collaboration aims to leverage digital twin technology, data-driven design, and AI-powered engineering solutions to drive innovation and promote sustainability.

Both organizations will work together to enhance digital transformation and product development. Altair's expertise in advanced simulation and data analytics tools will be integrated into ARAI's consulting services, facilitating the exploration of new use cases in electrification, connectivity, and energy management.

“We are excited to partner with ARAI, an esteemed institution in the automotive industry,” said Stephanie Buckner, Global Chief Operating Officer, Altair. “Together, we aim to drive the adoption of AI-driven engineering and data analytics, facilitating digital transformation and enhancing the capabilities of the automotive and heavy engineering sectors.”

“This MoU signifies a major step forward in our mission to integrate cutting-edge technologies in our R&D processes,” said Reji Mathai, director, ARAI. “Altair's expertise will allow us to deliver more sustainable solutions and position ARAI as a leader in automotive innovation.”

Known for its comprehensive automotive testing and certification capabilities, ARAI will benefit from the integration of Altair’s tools, aiding in their mission to enhance electrification, connectivity, and energy management in the sectors they serve. The collaboration marks a significant step in pushing the automotive industry towards greater innovation and sustainability.

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