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Current Media Coverage

Follow the Money
March 27, 2008
Scientific Computing World
Maplesoft’s innovative work in the financial modeling space is explored through two Maple clients - Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International and an agronomist working on fracture plane shifts in fertility and toxicity in soil.
Beyond the Skies
March 27, 2008
Scientific Computing World
In an article about the use of scientific software in the field of astronomy, the magazine discusses the use of Maple in modeling the magnetosphere.
An Exact Science
March 14, 2008
Design Engineering
Maplesoft’s work with Canada's Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Centre is discussed in this article. It evaluates how Maple and DFP were used to improve the use of robotic technologies for automating aerospace manufacturing tasks, “Using DynaFlexPro and Maple, I can achieve in a day what would normally take a week to do manually,” states the user.
Aerospace manufacturing gets boost from Maple
March 14, 2008
DesignFax

A look at Maplesoft’s work with Canada's Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Center 

Maplesoft tools enable high fidelity modeling and simulation of vehicle dynamics for better design process
February 26, 2008
CADWire.net
The role of Maple and DynaFlexPro in building a high-fidelity simulation of a Chevy Equinox vehicle, making it a winning entry in The Challenge X: Crossover to Sustainable Mobility competition
Mathematics software helps advance Maglev train technology
February 8, 2008
Design Product News

Maple’s role in ongoing research to make Maglev train technology faster, cheaper, and more marketable is captured in a user story in Design Product News. It outlines how Maple technology helped to reduce the design and simulation time from months to just a few weeks.

Driving Innovation
January 25, 2008
Scientific Computing World
Maplesoft’s work with Ford Motor Company in the area of chain drive system resonance is discussed in an article on the use of scientific software in the automotive industry. Jack Liu of Ford tells the magazine how Maple helped his team determine the exact location of the noise source and the problematic noise peak.
Maple makes for cleaner two-stroke tools
January 10, 2008
DesignFax
EMAK, a Maple user from Italy used Maple to develop new “clean” engines. It used Maple to simulate and predict performance and emissions, which plays a direct role in increasing the engine's efficiency and reducing time to market. The case study of EMAK is published in DesignFax
University of Guelph partners with Maplesoft to measure the effect of technology in the classroom
January 9, 2008
CADwire.net
A user story on Maplesoft’s partnership with the University of Guelph to assess the impact of technology
Calculating Noise
December 14, 2007
Automotive Design and Production
A look at Ford’s use of Maple to understand vibrational behavior in chain drive systems
Motion Feedback Gets Touch and Feel
December 10, 2007
Design Product News
In a successful example of Maple user story, the case study of Quanser Consulting has appeared on the cover page of Design Product News. The article illustrates Quanser’s use of haptic technology in medical robots and Maple’s role in brining this revolutionary technology to life.
Under the long knife
October 26, 2007
DesignFax
Maple’s contribution to the increasing use of haptic technology in the medical field, through our work with Quanser Consulting, is the subject of a customer case study in DesignFax. The revolutionary haptic (feedback) technology takes robotically assisted surgery to the next level. By allowing surgeons to touch, feel, and respond to realistic sensations, haptic technology will change the face of modern-day surgery.
Maths software aids engine design
October 12, 2007
EngineeringTalk
A Maple user from Italy discusses how it used Maple to develop new “clean” engines. EMAK, a manufacturer of garden machine tools, used Maple to simulate and predict performance and emissions, which plays a direct role in increasing the engine's efficiency and reducing time to market.
The vision of one gives sight to many
October 5, 2007
Design Product News
The use of Maple in Medical Engineering is highlighted in a user story on the development of intraocular lenses for developing countries
Remote surgery requires advanced mathematics
September 28, 2007
Scientific Computing

Maplesoft’s work with Quanser, in the field of haptic technology, is featured in Scientific Computing.

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