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Toyota Uses Maplesoft Symbolic Computation Methods in Control Design
February 28, 2013
Control Design
“Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America is working in combined efforts with mathematical and analytical software provider Maplesoft in a new project with an end goal of shortening Toyota's development time while maintaining product quality. The research-based Symbolic Control project will use Maplesoft's symbolic computation methods in robust control design.”
Maplesoft project for Toyota leverages symbolic computation
February 28, 2013
R&D Magazine
“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.”
Symbolic computation drives design
February 28, 2013
Scientific Computing World
“The main goal of the new Symbolic Control project is research that leads to the implementation of symbolic design and analysis methods for linear, nonlinear and parametric robust control. New research will allow developers to consider system nonlinearities, modelling inaccuracies, and parametric uncertainties in the design process.”
New Maplesoft project for Toyota leverages symbolic computation in control systems engineering
February 28, 2013
Design Product News
“Using the results of the Model Simplification project as a foundation, the Symbolic Control project will involve research on analyzing, designing, and simplifying controller models in isolation, as well as in system models. This work will support the control design process by speeding up test and simulation times in the lab environment and ensuring optimal behavior in the final product.”
Modeling and Simulation Techniques for Unmanned Vehicle Systems
February 28, 2013
Defense Tech Briefs
“The overarching key to effective MBD is that complex products, like UAVs, need to be considered as whole systems in order to understand how the multitude of subsystems interact with each other over the entire range of duties. This needs to be done very early in the design stage so that as the design evolves, the functional behavior can be validated throughout the process, thus ensuring it continues to fulfill the design goals of the product.”
A More Natural Way to Learn
February 13, 2013
Design News Blogs
“What makes this approach (using MapleSim) different from others is that students can ask the software for underlying equations and interact with them in different scenarios. With MapleSim, students can easily connect the analytic models in textbooks to the numeric solutions that result from the simulation. This openness is critical to student learning. In addition, the software’s system-level approach to multi-domain systems lets students extend an EE problem to what they learn in their ME or instrumentation class. This expands the scope for students and encourages them to think beyond the limited span of a particular problem.”
Designing a humanoid dynamic robot that can walk, run and jump
January 30, 2013
Design Solutions
“The design engineers at Engineered Arts are currently using MapleSim to design a biologically analogous humanoid robot leg integrating a novel actuator studying its static and dynamic stability and building the designed leg to determine strategies for its control. The design is comparable to the human musculoskeletal system.”
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