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Maple helps research next-generation seat belt restraints
September 19, 2008
Design Engineering
Pre-crash shoulder belt tensioning is one promising new technology designed to reduce automotive crash injuries. In the research of next generation seat belt restraints, Maple and DFP played a critical role. “DynaFlexPro proved to be the fastest way to describe the system,” said Craig Good, the researcher. “I was able to very quickly generate equations of motion and verify the data.”
The rise of the machines
September 13, 2008
Scientific Computing World
Three applications of Maple (biomechanical modeling, medical robotics and Maglev train technologies) are at the centre of an article on the development of robotics via maths and statistics packages. Observes Felix Grant, the author of the article: “To solve robotics problems is to solve increasingly sophisticated problems in the realtime handling and analysis of data to inform action, and robotic progress is a wavefront moving through successive classes of such problems.”
Streamlining Admissions: Automate Placement Testing for Incoming Students
August 4, 2008
University Business

Seton Hall University used Maplesoft-MAA Placement Test Suite to streamline its admissions process, and achieved amazing results. This user story is highlighted in this academic publication.

General Mathematical Software Tools in Geophysics
July 18, 2008
The Recorder Magazine
The use of Maple in the geophysics area is highlighted in an article published by the magazine of the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists. The article discusses how a general tool such as Maple can be applied in a highly specialized context.
Software manages drug trial data
June 17, 2008
MBioLIMS, which uses the mathematical computation engine of Maple for data processing and analysis, has been selected by a European biological institute to manage the data from measurements made by its robotic platform for high-throughput screening of chemical compounds.
Optimizing Engine Performance
May 27, 2008
Design Solutions
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.
Maple helps ship set sail
May 17, 2008
Scientific Computing World
The use of Maple in creating the world’s first cargo ship run on wind power is discussed in a user story in Scientific Computing World.
When you're stuck, diagram the problem
May 15, 2008
Medical Design
Maple’s role in creating ray-tracing programs to aid in the design of lenses, as part of a project to help make vision care more affordable, is the subject of a story in this medical journal.
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