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.
Maplesoft™ has announced a major new release of the Maple™ Global Optimization Toolbox for solving a wide variety of optimization problems in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences. For this new release, Maplesoft has partnered with Noesis Solutions to develop a new version of the Maple Global Optimization Toolbox that is powered by Optimus® technology.
Maplesoft and the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) today announced a partnership that will give high school students the tools and technology required to apply math in real world problems and solutions.
Maplesoft, a leading provider of software tools for engineering, science, and mathematics, is celebrating 25 years of incorporation this year. Apart from celebratory events for the staff, academic and technology partners, and customers, the company is making several contributions to promote math and science projects among high school and university students.
Maplesoft™ today announced a new release of MapleSim™, the advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform. With improved performance, more tools for programmatic analysis and model development, and expanded connectivity options, MapleSim 6.1 helps engineers meet and exceed their system-level requirements.
Maplesoft and its partners will be participating in the SAE World Congress at the Cobo Centre, Detroit, from 16th to 18th of April, 2013. They will demonstrate a host of connectivity options that make it possible to seamlessly integrate system-leveling modeling into the engineering toolchain.
Maplesoft's parent company, Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan) is holding a series of conferences to encourage a math based approach to computation and modeling in the engineering industry. The Maple Techno Forum (MTF) 2013 series of conferences will demonstrate the use of Maplesoft products - Maple and MapleSim - for developing more efficient and accurate models of complex engineering systems through the use of symbolic computation and high performance physical modeling.
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 17, Maplesoft introduces more powerful mathematics and a large collection of enhancements dedicated to supporting the creation of interactive Maple Math Apps for teaching and learning. These Apps can be used in Maple 17 or through the recently announced Möbius Project initiative from Maplesoft, providing new ways to bring the power of Maple to even more people.