Waterloo, Ontario and Troy, Michigan; June 14 2016: Altair and Maplesoft have entered a strategic partnership, allowing Altair to OEM Modelica®, the object-oriented modeling language engine of MapleSim, Maplesoft’s advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform. Altair will embed and leverage the MapleSim Modelica Engine to support their model-based system development strategy and focus on multi-physics simulation.
Waterloo (Ontario, Canada) et Troy (Michigan, USA), 14 juin 2016 : Altair et Maplesoft ont conclu un partenariat stratégique donnant à Altair l’accès à Modelica® OEM, le moteur du langage de modélisation orienté objet de MapleSim, la plateforme avancée de modélisation et simulation au niveau système de Maplesoft. Altair intégrera et exploitera le moteur Modelica de MapleSim pour accompagner sa stratégie de développement de systèmes basés sur des modèles et pour se focaliser sur la simulation multi-physique.
Waterloo, Ontario, und Troy, Michigan, 14. Juni 2016: Altair und Maplesoft gehen eine strategische Partnerschaft ein, die es Altair erlaubt, Modelica®, die objektorientierte Modellierungssprache von MapleSim, Maplesofts fortschrittlicher Plattform zur Modellierung und Simulation auf Systemebene, als OEM zu nutzen. Altair wird die MapleSim-Modelica-Engine nutzen und integrieren, um ihre Strategie zur modellbasierten Systementwicklung zu unterstützen und sich auf die Multi-Physics-Simulation zu konzentrieren.
Waterloo, Ontario e Troy, Michigan; 14 giugno 2016: Altair e Maplesoft hanno dato vita a una collaborazione strategica, che ha portato Altair alla scelta di adottare l’OEM Modelica®, il linguaggio di modellazione object-oriented di MapleSim, la piattaforma di modellazione e simulazione avanzata a livello sistema di Maplesoft. Altair incorporerà e sfrutterà il motore Modelica di MapleSim per supportare le proprie strategie di sviluppo basato sui modelli e concentrare l’interesse alle simulazioni multifisiche.
Waterloo, Canada; May 26, 2016: Maplesoft™ today announced the release of the MapleSim™ Pneumatics Library® from Modelon, a new add-on component library to MapleSim, the advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform. This library can be used in the modeling and simulation of pneumatic systems for system design, component sizing, and control design, with applications that include construction equipment, machine design, and commercial vehicle design.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 19 May 2016: Addressing participants at the XXVII Forum Nacional in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Maplesoft CEO Jim Cooper told his audience that technology developments in the next 5 to 10 years will revolutionize how education is delivered and consumed. He said that technology will disrupt education, just as it has newspapers, taxis and music, and academic institutions that invest in quality online education now will come out ahead of those that do not.
Waterloo, Canada; Apr. 20, 2016: Maplesoft™ today announced a major new release of MapleSim™, an advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform, together with important updates to many of the specialized component libraries and connectivity tools in the MapleSim family of products.
Waterloo, Canada, 14 April 2016: Maplesoft today announced that it has now become a Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Certified Solutions Partner. This is a progression of the relationship between the two companies that has already enabled engineers to connect Maple and MapleSim, with SOLIDWORKS, a solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) program.
Waterloo, Canada; 06 April 2016: Maplesoft™, a leader in software products for technical education and research, announced today the release of the latest version of its popular testing and assessment tool, Maple T.A.™. Maple T.A. is a powerful online testing and assessment system designed especially for courses involving mathematics, making it ideal for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses. Maple T.A. 2016 provides major enhancements for content authors, making it faster and easier to create and modify questions and assignments.
Waterloo, Canada; 10 March 2016: Maplesoft today announced a Certified Partnership with Instructure, a leading software-as-a-service technology company and designer of the Canvas learning management system. Maple T.A., Maplesoft’s online testing and assessment platform designed especially for technical courses involving mathematics, can now be easily accessed from within the Canvas environment.
Waterloo, Canada; March 2, 2016: Maplesoft™ today announced a major new release of its flagship product, Maple™, the mathematical software that makes it extremely easy to analyze, explore, visualize, and solve math problems. With Maple 2016, Maplesoft offers important new abilities to educators, researchers, scientists, and engineers that allow them to solve more problems, more easily, than ever before.
Maple 2016 includes enhancements through the entire product. It solves more mathematical problems from differential equations, statistics, graph theory, and many other mathematical domains. It also provides new Clickable Math™ options for performing operations at the click of a button, as well as other usability enhancements throughout the product.
Waterloo, Canada; Feb 17, 2016: Maplesoft today announced the release of a Multivariate Calculus Study Guide based on Maple™, the mathematical computing software for education and research in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences. This guide takes advantage of Maple's Clickable Math™ approach to cover the standard multivariate calculus course, making this often challenging subject more comprehensible to students.
Maplesoft, the leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science, and mathematics, today announced a reseller agreement with EnginSoft, a premier consulting company specializing in simulation based engineering. EnginSoft will represent Maplesoft in the commercial markets in Germany, France, Italy, UK, Nordic, Spain, and Turkey.
Waterloo, ON, 9 December 2015: Maplesoft, a leader in software products for technical education and research, has announced its involvement in several exciting initiatives for high school and middle school students. As part of its efforts to encourage interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education, Maplesoft supports programs that range from nation-wide high school math competitions to workshops that explore math and science concepts. These programs aid in deepening students’ understanding and encouraging their interest in STEM subjects.
The new toolbox makes it easy to import CAD models into MapleSim, so engineers can learn how their designs will behave as part of a larger, multidomain system, and apply the advanced analysis tools of MapleSim to investigate and optimize their designs and final application.