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Maplesoft Releases Maple 2015
March 10, 2015
Desktop Engineering
Version 2015 has a new infrastructure for accessing, working with, and visualizing millions of data sets. Updates to the interface and computation include added facilities for application development, new Clickable Math tools, extended support for statistics education, online document sharing through the MapleCloud, and advances in topics such as mathematics integration, differential equations, physics, and more.
Maplesoft Ships Maple 2015 for Mathematical Computing
March 6, 2015
Maple 2015, the newest release of Maple, includes a powerful new infrastructure for accessing, working with, and visualizing millions of data sets from finance, economics, population statistics, labor market indicators, and more. Additional advances have been made to its computation engine and interface.
New Software Aims To Make Big Data Analysis Easier, Faster
March 5, 2015
Campus Technology
The newest features of Maple 2015, the latest release of Maplesoft's flagship product Maple, contains new facilities of handling data sets to help educators, students, scientists and researchers work more quickly and reliably.
Annual event rewards engineering innovation with a $20,000 grand prize
March 3, 2015
Virtual-Strategy Magazine
This year's categories in the "Create the Future" Design Contest include Aerospace and Defense, Automotive/Transportation, Consumer Products, Electronics, as well as others. Maplesoft is a proud sponsor of the Machinery/Automation/Robotics category.
New battery library for system simulation with MapleSim
February 25, 2015
Automotive Testing Technology International
The MapleSim Battery Library from Maplesoft allows engineers to include battery behavior in their system-level models, allowing them to understand how the battery will behave as part of the greater system. Engineers can then optimize battery and system performance, and thus reduce the risk of undesirable effects such as battery overheating.
MapleSim helps reduce development time for ABB Crane Systems and saves money for its customers
February 24, 2015
Design Solutions
When ABB Crane Systems wanted to develop improved automatic crane controllers capable of suppressing the swinging motion, they asked Maplesoft Engineering Solutions experts to develop a new high-fidelity model of the container and ropes of large automatic cranes. They were able to then improve their customers´ operational safety and profitability.
The University of Manchester uses Maple T.A. to assess student learning across a wide range of courses
February 24, 2015
The Morning Post
Academic staff at the University of Manchester, UK’s largest campus-based university, use Maple T.A. beyond the traditional STEM courses, in a variety of programs from the Humanities.
Delivering complex target tracking with the help of Maplesoft Engineering Solutions
February 10, 2015
Engineeering Specifier
When Blue Joule Corporation, a consulting company that specializes in the design, analysis, development and implementation of high precision systems, wanted to create a target-tracking radar that would maintain a stable lock on a target as it moves, they decided to use a symbolic approach to more quickly determine the most optimal angles of each motor.
Maple T.A. Successfully Refreshes Math Skills at the Technical University of Vienna
February 10, 2015
Process and Control Today
To help the students at Vienna UT whose math skills were not at the required level expected of high school graduates, the research group of Prof. Breitenecker developed a refresher course that would be offered in the weeks leading up to the start of the semester, with the goal of raising students’ mathematical proficiency. In order for the refresher course to be most effective, a web-based assessment system with automatic grading capable of handling mathematics was crucial. This is where Maple T.A. proved to be a crucial tool to ensure the success of the course.
Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with Maple
February 10, 2015
Scientific Computing
John Wass' review of Mazen Shahin's textbook "Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with Maple" examines features that add to the book's readability, including its effective integration of math with the life sciences, as well as how its use of Maple adds to the educational value of the text.
University of Waterloo partners with Maplesoft for new online math program
February 2, 2015
Waterloo Chronicle
Maplesoft's online testing and assessment system, Maple T.A., and rich course materials developed by the University of Waterloo, come together to form the Secondary School Courseware project from UW. The courseware provides freely accessible, engaging content for use by high school teachers and students worldwide.
MapleSim Does Calculations at ABB Crane Systems
January 26, 2015
CAD Digest
ABB Crane Systems, the world's leading supplier of automation and electrical systems for container handling and bulk handling containers, wanted to develop improved automatic crane controllers. By suppressing the swinging motion, the controllers would hence improve their customers' operational safety and profitability. ABB Crane Systems asked Maplesoft Engineering Solutions experts to develop a high-fidelity model of the container and ropes of large automatic cranes.
UW, Maplesoft team up to launch online math courses
January 26, 2015
The Record
Grade 12 students can now access a University of Waterloo website to further develop and practice their mathematical skills. A partnership between the University of Waterloo and Maplesoft has made the Secondary School Courseware project possible so that students around the world can deepen their comprehension of math topics that play a bigger role in more advanced math courses.
Byrun, the Walking, Jumping, Hopping Robot, Built Using MapleSim Models
January 22, 2015
CAD Digest
Engineered Arts, a UK-based robotics company, is well on its way to bridging the gap between reality and fiction with its latest humanoid robot Byrun. A successor to the RoboThespian, Byrun will be a full-scale dynamic humanoid robot with the ability to walk, run, jump, and hop. He will also have a faster, stronger, more dexterous upper body that will revolutionize human-robot interaction.
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