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Altair Announces 10th Annual Enlighten Award Winners
Ford, Shiloh Industries, General Motors, Toyota, BASF, Nemak and McMaster University among winners.
Winners of Altair Enlighten Award Feature Weight-saving Design Innovations
Award is dedicated to vehicle lightweighting and sustainability and honors advancements in reducing carbon footprint, mitigating water/energy consumption, and promoting material reuse/recycling.
Altair Now Accepting Global Submissions for the 8th Annual Enlighten Awards
International award showcases innovation in automotive lightweighting.
Altair Announces 2019 Winners of its Enlighten Award
Ferrari, FCA, Material Science Corporation, ZF, Alba Tooling & Engineering Automotive Management Consulting GmbH, csi entwicklungstechnik GmbH take top honors.
LIFT and Center for Automotive Research to Optimize Joining Methods for Auto Industry
Study will evaluate and test various materials and  joining technologies and make recommendations.
Altair Issues Global Call for Submissions for 2019 Altair Enlighten Award
Automotive industry’s award is dedicated to vehicle lightweighting in four categories; Full Vehicle, Module, Enabling Technology and The Future of Lightweighting.
Altair Doles Out Enlighten Awards for Innovation in Automotive Lightweighting
FCA, Toyota, Faurecia and AP&T recipients of the 5th annual Altair Enlighten Awards; Honda and Constellium were runners-up in the Full Vehicle and Module categories, respectively.


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