ELISE Generative Engineering Platform Joins the Altair Partner Alliance

, software company that specializes in computational engineering and intelligence, announced today that ELISE GmbH has joined the Altair Partner Alliance (APA). This agreement makes ELISE’s low-code engineering platform available via the APA and accessible via Altair’s patented licensing system.

As a reminder, the startup was founded in 2018 and turned stealth mode off in 2020 at the AM Forum in Berlin.The company develops a generative engineering platform that helps engineers accelerate product design and automate the development process using all required software tools.

In this specific case, ELISE enables Altair OptiStruct™ and Altair HyperWorks™ users to automate their models through a rule-based approach, making the process more efficient and robust, ultimately saving them time and money. Users benefit from a visual programming language, which means they don’t need any IT expertise to get the most out of their work. ELISE also lets users store, share, and reuse models and projects, speeding up development time and streamlining workflows.

As a member of the APA, we are excited for Altair users to now have seamless access to the power of ELISE’s easy-to-use, streamlined technology,” said Dr. Moritz Maier, co-founder and co-CEO, ELISE GmbH. “Being a member of the Altair Partner Alliance also gives us visibility within the entire Altair user community, as well as access to the global Altair customer base.”

We are thrilled to welcome ELISE to the Altair Partner Alliance,” said Piush Patel, senior vice president, strategic relationships, Altair. “ELISE’s philosophy of implementing their design DNA is symbiotic with Altair’s simulation-driven design approach. Their solutions save users time, reduce costs, and streamline workflows. Additionally, the seamless integration with Altair tools gives engineers more opportunity to focus on creativity and other value-added tasks.”

ELISE also adds Parasolid™ CAD functionalities to Altair® HyperMesh® and OptiStruct, allowing users to set up finite element (FE) models based on geometry constraints and interact seamlessly between computer-aided design (CAD) and finite element analysis (FEA) and brings low-code functionalities so they can easily model complex engineering tasks in the Altair ecosystem.

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