Today, Maplesoft announced several new products that will help educators, researchers, and students better understand and manage the complexity of engineering modeling and simulation problems. MapleSim™, the most advanced solution for physical modeling, combined with a collection of new toolboxes, enables fast model development, advanced analysis, and the creation of complex multi-domain models that lie at the core of modern engineering.
Maplesoft today announced a partnership with Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens Industry Automation Division, and a leading global provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services. Maple, the technical computing software from Maplesoft, supplies important analysis capabilities to CAD systems, giving users of NX software, the digital product development solution from Siemens PLM Software, the ability to use the computational power of Maple to analyze and optimize designs.
Maplesoft today announced the latest version of its product MapleNet, which enables the deployment of live technical knowledge and applications on the web. MapleNet 13 is an easy and convenient tool for sharing live calculations, interactive technical documents, and mathematical services over the Internet.
Maplesoft today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd., a Tokyo-based major Japanese importer/distributor of CAE (computer aided engineering) software. By combining the skills of two leading-edge organizations, the intent is to drive further innovation in the development and promotion of advanced math and engineering software worldwide. The acquisition is expected to be completed at the beginning of September of this year.
Maplesoft today announced the release of the next version of its popular testing and assessment tool. With a spectrum of new features, Maple T.A. 5.0, released globally, is expected to significantly enhance flexibility and performance of content management, as well as simplify system administration. Maple T.A. is an easy-to-use web-based system for creating tests and assignments, automatically assessing student responses and performance.
Maplesoft announced that the recently released products MapleSim™ 2 and Maple™ 13 are now available in several languages. These products are based on Maplesoft’s core technologies, which include the world’s most advanced symbolic computation engine and revolutionary physical modeling techniques. For Japanese customers, Maplesoft has released Japanese editions of both MapleSim and Maple. In addition, Maple 13 language packs are now available in French, Greek, Spanish, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, and Korean.
Maplesoft today announced a partnership with the University of Waterloo, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and Toyota Corporation, that will produce new methods for modeling physical systems. The Industrial Research Chair is being granted to Dr. John McPhee, from the Department of Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo, and Executive Director of the Waterloo Centre for Automotive Research (WatCAR).Dr. John McPhee and his team will collaborate with experts at Maplesoft and Toyota to develop math-based models and computer simulations, with a focus on automotive applications.
Maplesoft today announced that its recently released modeling and simulation software, MapleSim, has received tremendous response from around the world. Close to 500 licenses have been sold in the six months since its release in December 2008. After a successful pilot testing period, MapleSim adoption has been swift and far-reaching.
Maplesoft was presented the 2009 Omond Solandt Award as outstanding recognition for its innovative and breakthrough research. Presented by the Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS), the award recognizes Maplesoft’s exceptional contribution to operational research and development of innovative and revolutionary mathematical software systems.
Today, Maplesoft™ announced new releases of its core products – MapleSim™, the high-performance, multi-domain modeling and simulation tool, and Maple™, the technical computing software for mathematicians, engineers, and scientists.
Today, Maplesoft™ announced new releases of its core products – MapleSim™, the high-performance, multi-domain modeling and simulation tool, and Maple™, the technical computing software for engineers, mathematicians, and scientists. These products are based on Maplesoft’s core technologies, which include the world’s most advanced symbolic computation engine and revolutionary physical modeling techniques. Together, they provide cutting-edge tools for design, modeling, and high-performance simulation that can lower costs and reduce product cycle time by weeks and months.
Close on the heels of the release of MapleSim, Maplesoft today announced the availability of the MapleSim Connectivity Toolbox. This new product enables users to export high-performance MapleSim models into Simulink®, thus taking advantage of the intuitive, multi-domain physical modeling environment of MapleSim as part of their toolchain.
Simulink is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc.
MapleSim, the new high-performance multi-domain modeling and simulation tool from Maplesoft™, is now available in a Japanese Edition. It is a high-performance multi-domain modeling and simulation tool, which dramatically reduces the time required to bring products to market by using physical modeling techniques.
MapleSim, the new high-performance multi-domain modeling and simulation tool from Maplesoft, is now available for purchase globally. After months of intense pilot testing and feedback from approximately fifteen hundred organizations spanning 85 countries, MapleSim is now ready for engineers eager to dramatically shorten their product development cycle and provide their companies with a competitive advantage.
MapleSim, the new high-performance multi-domain modeling and simulation tool from Maplesoft, is now available for purchase globally. The product, well-honed from months of intense pilot testing and feedback from approximately fifteen hundred organizations spanning 85 countries, is expected to set new standards in modeling and simulation. By generating model equations in symbolic form, MapleSim helps teachers to quickly demonstrate the connection between modeling concepts and the underlying mathematical theory to their students.