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Maplesoft Introduces Connector for B&R Automation Studio
November 30, 2012
Control Design
“The MapleSim connector for B&R Automation Studio is the result of a partnership between Maplesoft and B&R Automation formed to bring together products from both companies to save engineers time and effort for hardware-in-the-loop simulations and controller development.”
MapleSim Integrated with B&R Automation Studio
November 30, 2012
Desktop Engineering
“The high-performance, high-fidelity MapleSim models are automatically converted to code for inclusion into B&R Automation Studio. The model code is fully optimized for high-speed real-time simulation, allowing engineers to get the performance needed for hardware, software, and operator-in-the-loop testing.”
New Maplesoft Product Connects System Models from MapleSim into B&R Automation Studio
November 30, 2012
OEM Off-Highway Magazine
“With this new connectivity between products, complex engineering system models can be rapidly developed and optimized in the intuitive visual modeling environment of MapleSim, and then the high-performance, high-fidelity MapleSim models are automatically converted to code for easy inclusion into B&R Automation Studio.”
MapleSim Connector for B&R Automation Studio
November 30, 2012
Scientific Computing World
“MapleSim Connector for B&R Automation Studio is the result of a partnership between Maplesoft and B&R, a 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.”
Rapid Development of High-fidelty, High-Efficiency Models of Electronic Products
November 30, 2012
Canadian Electronics
“As various engineering domains merge in a single product design, the gaps between tools dedicated to individual engineering domains are most keenly felt. This lack has fostered a new approach to product design, and new tools to support it. In particular, a new multidomain approach has been evolving in Europe, and is starting to gain acceptance in the U.S. and elsewhere. The approach is based on an object-oriented language called Modelica.”
Modelica group established in North America
November 30, 2012
Scientific Computer World
“An open standard language for developing high-fidelity models of engineering systems, Modelica was established in Europe by a consortium of academic and commercial partners. The North America Modelica Users’ Group has been set up to address issues that are often prevalent, and sometimes unique, within North American industry and academia.”
Maplesoft sponsors group to support forum for promoting Modelica language
November 12, 2012
Desktop Engineering
“Established in Europe by a consortium of academic and commercial partners, Modelica is an open standard language for developing high-fidelity models of engineering systems. MapleSim, Maplesoft's system-level modeling and simulation platform, is based on the Modelica language..”
North American Modelica Group established with support from Maplesoft
October 31, 2012
Design Product News
“Over the last few years, Modelica has spread extensively beyond Europe and is enjoying growing popularity in the United States and Canada. The North America Modelica Users’ Group has been established to address issues that are often prevalent – and sometimes unique – within North American industry and academia.”
Maplesoft launches North American Modelica Group
October 31, 2012
Design Engineering
“Waterloo’s Maplesoft announced the founding of the North America Modelica Users’ Group, a tool-neutral forum about the open standard language for developing high-fidelity models of engineering systems. According to the company, Modelica has spread extensively beyond Europe in recent years and is experiencing growing popularity in the United States and Canada.”
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