June 25, 2020 - 10:30 AM PDT
Multiphysics Simulation in a Single Platform
Medical devices of all kinds must be designed to withstand the structural and operational requirements associated with normal use, drop, and misuse - all while balancing weight and cost considerations.
This webinar presents Altair’s workflow to enable simulation of structural, thermal, and fluid properties coupled with electromagnetics, and mechatronics in an integrated Multiphysics environment.
July 2, 2020 - 10:30 AM PDT
Speed Up Clinical Trials via Simulation
Medical stents are a lifeline for patients with cardiovascular illness and disease. Device manufacturers are required to dedicate large amounts of time and expense to clinical tests to validate safety and performance claims. Simulation can speed up these trials by satisfying the testing of variables virtually.
This webinar presents Altair’s process for fast and intelligent stent optimization by coupling simulation, Design of Experiments (DOE) and machine learning algorithm to generate an analytical model.
July 16, 2020 - 11:30 AM PDT
Accelerate Time-to-Market via Model Based Development
Complex devices such as surgical robots, autoinjector etc go through several validation and verification phases that can increase product development time. The interconnected devices also pose a challenge for model exchange and collaboration.
This webinar presents Altair’s model-based development (MBD) platform to drive fast development for smart connected systems. Explore more by combining mechanical models with electrical models leveraging multi-disciplinary simulation.
July 23, 2020- 10:30 AM PDT
Improve Mobility with Simulation & 3D Printing
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.
August 13, 2020 - 10:30 AM PDT
Reduce Design & Development Costs With Optical Design and Analysis Software
Optical based biomedical systems can span a wide range of applications from wearables, pulse oximeters, absorption spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy and many, many others. These systems use light sources of varying types and wavelength ranges, including UV, visible, and infrared.
Optical design and analysis programs such as TracePro, available through the Altair Partner Alliance, allow engineers and designers to design, analyze, and optimize these types of systems in a virtual environment. This allows for easy and efficient modification of the system parameters and helps to speed the design process and reduce development costs.