Maplesoft™ today announced an important update to the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox, an add-on to MapleSim, the advanced system-level modeling and simulation tool from Maplesoft. The MapleSim Control Design Toolbox allows engineers to take advantage of the greater flexibility and analysis options available through the use of symbolic parameters. This new release extends the functionality of this toolbox with more control algorithms, options for automatically selecting the most suitable algorithm and parameter values, and extensive improvements to existing features.
Maplesoft™ today announced a major new release of its flagship product, Maple™, the technical computing software for engineers, mathematicians, and scientists. With Maple 18, Maplesoft introduces more specialized tools for engineering analysis and even more flexible technical application development tools to aid the creation and deployment of solutions throughout the organization.
Maplesoft™ today announced a major new release of its flagship product, Maple™, the mathematical computing software for education and research in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences. With Maple 18, Maplesoft offers enhanced tools for developing interactive applications and quizzes, together with additional features to enrich and streamline the student experience.
Maplesoft will host a virtual user conference this year, bringing together customers, experts, mathematicians, engineering educators and product developers. Held virtually for the first time, the online conference is on Thursday, 27th February, and promises to be an event with rich presentations, customer insights, and a glance into the future of Maplesoft products and technology.
A collaborative project between Maplesoft, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) and the University of Waterloo (UW) has won a Synergy Award for Innovation. Instituted by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), the annual Synergy Awards for Innovation recognize examples of collaboration that stand as a model of effective partnership between industry and colleges or universities.
Maplesoft, a leading producer of high performance software tools for technical education and research, and Desire2Learn (D2L), the EdTech company that created the first truly integrated learning platform (ILP), today announce that they have partnered to create a joint integration, D2L’s Maple T.A. Connector, which offers a smooth and streamlined experience for users of both technologies.
Maplesoft™ today announced a new release of MapleSim™, the advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform. This release includes substantial improvements to the MapleSim simulation engine, resulting in faster model pre-processing times, more flexible code generation, and expanded support for Modelica-based custom components.
The popular math contest Who Wants to Be a Mathematician underwent a makeover this year – the contest that was administered on pen-and-paper moved to a digital format. Maplesoft's testing and assessment tool, Maple T.A. was used to administer the tests online, saving significant time and money for the organizers.
Maplesoft, the leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science, and mathematics, expanded its European operations with the opening of a new office in Cambridge, UK. The new office in the United Kingdom will act as the headquarters for the company's European operations, which includes offices in France and Germany.
Maplesoft™ today announced the latest addition to the MapleSim™ product family, the MapleSim Hydraulics Library® from Modelon. This new component library is the result of a technology partnership with Modelon, the renowned developer of high-quality Modelica libraries. With the MapleSim Hydraulics Library from Modelon, engineers can seamlessly incorporate industry-tested hydraulics components while continuing to take full advantage of all the modeling, analysis, and simulation abilities of MapleSim.
Maplesoft™ today announced a new release of MapleSim™, the advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform. With usability improvements across many different aspects of the interface, MapleSim 6.2 speeds up model development of both simple and complex models. In addition, new and improved add-ons expand the modeling scope of MapleSim to include advanced hydraulics and enhance toolchain connectivity.
Maplesoft™, a leader in software products for technical education and research, announced the next phase of The Möbius Project, a major initiative to support teaching and learning. The Möbius Project from Maplesoft makes it easy to create rich, interactive mathematical applications, share them with anyone, and grade them to assess understanding. After a four month pilot program, The Möbius Project is now available to the public.
Maplesoft™ today announced a new member of the Maple™ product family, the Maple IDE. The Maple IDE, powered by DigiArea, Inc., is an integrated development environment for the Maple programming language that improves productivity by providing advanced tools for writing and managing Maple projects. The Maple IDE, which is based on the Eclipse™ platform, offers a customized industry-standard environment for medium- to large-scale Maple development projects.
Maplesoft announced a new product that allows users to combine the powerful finite element analysis abilities of JMAG with the advanced physical modeling approach of MapleSim. The MapleSim Connector for JMAG-RT allows engineers to produce high-fidelity system models that seamlessly incorporate components from each system.