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Revenue from Services Arm of Maplesoft Engineering Solutions Exceeds $10 Million
July 9, 2014
Digital CAD
Maplesoft recently announced that the consulting services offered by the Maplesoft Engineering Solutions group has exceeded $10 million in revenue. Maplesoft Engineering Solutions provide the tools for modeling, simulation and analysis, as well as expertise and experience in a variety of engineering fields in order to help engineers to create better products, reduce development risk, and get to market faster.
Student grades improve after implementation of Maple T.A. at Shanghai Second Polytechnic University
July 3, 2014
Process and Control Today
The Shanghai Second Polytechnic University noticed significant improvements in their students' grades and motivation when they implemented Maple T.A. The success that resulted was noticed by many others in the Shanghai education system.
New Maplesoft clickable Calculus Study Guide for students
June 18, 2014
Design Product News
The new Clickable Calculus Study Guide from Maplesoft covers introductory courses in differential and integral single-variable Calculus in order to provide a solid foundation for students as they study these fundamental concepts.
New release of MapleSim toolbox expands control design capabilities
June 14, 2014
Electronic Specifier
“With the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox, customers can easily perform traditional control tasks, but they also have the added flexibility that comes from having access to the symbolic power of MapleSim,” says Dr. Chad Schmitke, Director of MapleSim Development at Maplesoft.
Maple calculus study guide
June 12, 2014
Scientific Computing World
For instructors, this study guide can act as a manual on how to implement calculus in Maple using Clickable Math techniques. With its systematic coverage of all of single-variable calculus, instructors can quickly learn how to employ Maple’s computation and visualisation abilities in the classroom to provide students with engaging, illuminating examples of important concepts.
Retaining Knowledge After an Engineer Leaves
June 6, 2014
R&D
Paul Goossens, VP of Engineering Solutions at Maplesoft, offers a solution to the all-too-common problem of how to prevent the loss of knowledge an organization experiences when an experienced engineer leaves.
New Clickable Calculus Study Guide from Maplesoft Exploits Interactive Techniques to Help Students Learn
June 6, 2014
Virtual-Strategy Magazine
The new Calculus Study Guide provides the spark that ignites understanding for students, and allows teachers to make the most of their understanding of Clickable Math tools in Calculus, and to later apply this approach to other courses.
GFR Wins Clinches 4th Victory at 2014 FSAE Michigan!
May 30, 2014
SAE International
The 7th annual Formula SAE Michigan competition at Michigan International Speedway took place this past week, allowing students to participate in a competition to design their own small race car. Maplesoft participated as a sponsor of this race-car competition, which allows students to get practical experience designing, building, and testing a prototype race-car.
MapleSim toolbox expands control capabilities
May 19, 2014
Electronic Product Design & Test
Maplesoft recently announced an add-on to the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox. Updates to the Toolbox include additional control algorithms that operate on a wider range of systems, as well as the ability to construct closed-loop systems so users can create controllers with feedback.
The Ever-Increasing Value of Modeling
May 14, 2014
Design News
Analyzing engineering systems or engineering problems involves formulation of a problem, solving the necessary mathematical equations associated with the problem, and interpreting the results. Design News breaks down the process and explains why engineering textbooks should devote more pages to using software like Maple.
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