Maplesoft today announced that its ongoing partnership with Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. has been expanded to include a new project. This project will see the leading car manufacturer use new symbolic computation methods in robust control design, with a strong focus on methods for linear, nonlinear, and parametric systems. Maplesoft technology is rooted in strong symbolic computation techniques, making it an appropriate choice for Toyota.
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. 9 makes it easy for educators to leverage questions created by others and share their own content with the community. It offers fully flexible adaptive testing at the assignment level, and is capable of handling larger classes.
Maplesoft today announced its collaboration with Engineered Arts Limited, a company that designs and produces the revolutionary RoboThespian™ robots. The current RoboThespian is a life-sized, programmable humanoid robot designed to be used for entertainment and communication.
Maplesoft™ today announced the release of a new product that allows engineers to integrate high-performance, multidomain system models from MapleSim into B&R Automation Studio. The MapleSim Connector for B&R Automation Studio is the result of a partnership between Maplesoft and B&R, the global leader in industrial automation, formed to bring together products from both companies to save engineers time and effort for hardware-in-the-loop simulations and controller development.
Maplesoft™ today announced the release of Teaching Calculus with Maple: A Complete Kit, which provides instructors with all the materials they need to easily bring the benefits of technology to the calculus classroom. Offering interactive lecture notes, demonstrations, and automatically graded assignments for two semesters of calculus, this free product leverages Maple, the mathematical software tool for teaching and learning, and Maple T.A., the automated testing and assessment system.
Maplesoft has announced the founding of the North America Modelica Users' Group, an organization founded to provide a forum for exchanging ideas, addressing modeling problems and promoting the North American perspective within the global Modelica Association.
Maplesoft™ today announced a new release of MapleSim™, the Modelica®-based physical modeling and simulation platform. With tighter Modelica integration, as well as more simulation, analysis, and connectivity capabilities, MapleSim 6 offers even more ways for engineers to meet and exceed their system-level requirements.
Maplesoft™, the leading provider of high-performance software tools for system-level modeling and simulation, uses the physical modeling language Modelica as a fundamental part of its development projects. At the 9th annual Modelica Conference scheduled from September 3-5, 2012 in Munich, Germany, Maplesoft will showcase and share its Modelica-based solutions.
Maplesoft today announced the opening of Cybernet Systems Korea to aggressively target opportunities in the Korean market. Responding to the growing international demand for cutting-edge software tools in industry and education, Cybernet Systems Korea will exclusively distribute Maplesoft products in Korea.
Maplesoft today announced the addition of professional consulting services to strengthen its portfolio of offerings for system-level modeling and simulation. Maplesoft consultants are available to help engineers reduce development time and risk, as well as create better products.
Maplesoft announced a new product that integrates Maplesoft’s physical modeling tool MapleSim with vehicle dynamics tools from VI-grade. The MapleSim Connector for VI-CarRealTime allows engineers to incorporate high-fidelity, multidomain models created in MapleSim into the real-time vehicle simulation environment of VI-CarRealTime.
Maplesoft and Noesis Solutions today announced a partnership that brings together products from both companies to help engineers create superior products while reducing development costs. The companies have developed an interface between Optimus, from Noesis Solutions, and Maple and MapleSim from Maplesoft.
Maplesoft today released the Japanese version of Maple 16. With the new product, mathematicians and engineers in Japan now have access to tools and techniques that set new standards in mathematical software usability, while providing fresh, innovative ways to explore mathematics.
Maplesoft™ today announced a major new release of its flagship product, Maple™, the technical computing software for mathematicians, engineers, and scientists. With Maple 16, Maplesoft introduces new tools and techniques in its Clickable Math™ collection, setting new standards for ease of use in mathematical software and providing new, innovative ways to explore mathematics.