What happens when Altair's
engineering experts &
simulation technologies
set their sights on public transportation?
An ultra-lightweight,
hybrid propulsion bus with
2X the fuel economy
at lower lifecycle cost!
The most
fuel-efficient
hybrid bus
ever designed

Press

Altair ProductDesign Unveils the World's First Series Hydraulic Hybrid Transit Bus
September 7, 2011

Altair ProductDesign Selects Parker Hannifin's Series Hydraulic Hybrid Drive System for Advanced Transit Bus Demonstrator
December 8, 2010

Altair ProductDesign Selects Odyssey to Support the Fabrication of Transit Bus Technology Demonstrator
March 24, 2010

Altair Engineering BUSolutions Project Establishes Independent Advisory Board
September 27, 2007

Altair Engineering Hosts First Meeting of BUSolutions Advisory Board
May 22, 2007

Partnership brings total federal grant of $2.7 million to Southeast Michigan R&D businesses
May 18, 2006

Altair Engineering and Automation Alley Receive Federal Grant to Help Revitalize Public Bus Transportation
December 15, 2004

News

Altair Engineering gets on the high-tech bus
January 6, 2005 - Oakland Business Review

Grant to Help in Development of New Bus
December 27, 2004 - BusRide

Tired Metro buses may soon get design face-lift
December 27, 2004 - The Detroit News

Altair, Automation Alley Technology Center get grant for advanced-technology buses
December 21, 2004 - Crain's Detroit Business

Automation Alley gets two federal grants for manufacturing technology
December 16, 2004 - Great Lakes IT Report

Automation Alley and Altair Engineering Receive Federal Grant to Help Revitalize Public Bus Transportation
December 15, 2004 - The Auto Channel

Vendors Receive Grant to Help Revitalize Public Bus Transportation
December 15, 2004 - SuperComputing Online


Operating Savings of
30%
Per Year
Per Vehicle
15% Lighter
Than Other Hybrids
10% Lighter
Than Conventional Buses
World's First
Series Hybrid
Hydraulic Bus