Romax Technology's European Summit Offers Product Consultation
Romax Technology, a provider of bearing, gearbox and driveline systems using high performance software simulation technology, announces European Summit 2011. The summit will appeal to seasoned Romax Designer or Romax Wind users across all industry sectors, and to managers or prospective users wishing to gain an understanding of industry advances in design by simulation methods. The event will offer the opportunity to consult with Romax experts and network with industry experts and leading engineers working with Romax products to overcome the latest industry challenges. The summit will take place on October 4 at the InterContinental Hotel in Frankfurt. This year, as keynote speaker, Romax has lined up Professor Dr.-Ing. Augsburg of the Ilmenau University of Technology, Head of Department for Automotive Engineering, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Chairman of the Green Mobility Innovation Center ThIMO, to deliver a lecture on "Efficiency of Rear Axles: Break Down of Losses and Rating of Optimisation Approaches."
As well as a host of technical presentations from experts at Romax, delegates will hear from some existing Romax software users including Renault, Getrag Ford and GKN Driveline on advances in gearbox and driveline design. Plus, partner to Romax, Klingelnberg GmbH will deliver a presentation on bevel gear design and the significant new technical developments between the two companies.
For those already members of the Romax user community, Romax is holding a User Advanced Masterclass on 5th October. Here, you can learn and develop the latest advanced software techniques and discover the new modules, features and improvements coming up. The User Advanced Masterclass is designed to be interactive so there will be opportunities for one-to-one question and answer sessions with Romax experts, and chances to discuss a particular issue or talk over a design scenario. Attendance at the Summit is free if you register before the end of August. Simply visit the website below.
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