Record Number of Attendees at 2016 GT Conferences
In 2016, Gamma Technologies held five user conferences around the world. From North America and Europe to Japan, China and South Korea, Gamma Technologies brought together hundreds of engineers and students to share their ideas and experiences. We are pleased to announce that the largest system simulation event grew even larger this year, with over 1100 people attending worldwide.
GT also looks forward to the upcoming 2017 GT Conference in India being held in Pune on February 6, 2017, the 2017 European Conference being held in Stuttgart, Germany on October 9, 2017, and the 2017 North American Conference which will be held in Plymouth, Michigan on November 6, 2017. To learn more, visit GT’s conference page.
Gamma Technologies would like to thank the over 75 authors who presented their ground-breaking work and helped make these conferences successful. The complete presentations of all presenting company approved presentations can be viewed on our website.
We are also grateful to the many participants who attended our conferences and contributed to discussions about the exciting work they do using GT-SUITE.
Below are some highlights from GT’s 2016 Conferences.
North American Conference
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The 2016 North American GT Conference was held on November 14 at the Inn at Saint John’s in Plymouth, Michigan. Highlights include:
Record Number of Attendees – With each year, conference attendance grows rapidly and this year the number increased by more than 25%. These attendees came from various industries, OEMs, suppliers, consultants, students and more.
20 Companies Presented – Representatives from 20 different companies presented papers this year. They included Aramco, BorgWarner, Bosch, Cummins, Czero, Harley Davidson, Delphi, Ford, Fiat Chrysler, FEV, GM, Honeywell, IAV, John Deere Power Systems, Litens, Pinnacle Engines, Progress Rail Services, Southwest Research Institute, Stanadyne, and U.S. EPA. Presentations and papers are available on our website.
Six Split Sessions – For the first time in North America, Gamma Technologies expanded to offer six split sessions during the conference. Attendees were able to switch between rooms to watch presentations about various topics in Engine, Mechanics, Controls & Calibration, Thermal, and Hydraulics, Lube, and Injection.
Social Opportunities – There were plenty of opportunities to network at this year’s conference which included a group lunch, beer social, and casino night.
New Topics Covered in Training Sessions – GT added many new topics to their training seminars, including Virtual Real Driving Emissions (vRDE), Oil Thermal Management for Friction Reduction, Vehicle Cabin Modeling, New Features in GT-POWER for SiL and HiL, and many more!
Roush – Special thanks to Roush for displaying the impressive Roush Ford Mustang RST outside the Inn at Saint John’s.
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GT’S European Conference was held on October 17 in Frankfurt, Germany. Some highlights include:
Record Number of Attendees – This year, over 400 attendees from around the world attended the GT Conference. These attendees came from various industries, OEMs, suppliers, consultants, students and more.
30 Companies Presented – Representatives from 20 different companies presented papers this year. They included Aston-Martin, AUDI, BorgWarner, Continental, CTU Prague, Daimler, FEV, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford, Ford Otosan, GM Global Propulsion Systems, Honeywell, InDesA, Ipetronik, Mahle International, Mahle Powertrain, Mecaplast, Porsche Engineering, Powertech, Robert Bosch, Sanden, Thermotec, and Wartsila. Presentations and papers are available here.
Social Opportunities – Attendees participated in a number of social opportunities including a group lunch, beer social, and casino night.
New Topics Covered in Training Sessions – GT added many new topics to their training seminars to address some of the most important issues engineers face today. This included Virtual Real Driving Emissions (vRDE), Oil Thermal Management for Friction Reduction, Vehicle Cabin Modeling, New Features in GT-POWER for SiL and HiL, and many more!