Archive for 2007
The design and coding of the mathematical dynamics model of the Mercedes-Benz F300 Life Jet concept car suspension took a team of engineers thousands of hours to complete. However, using the latest tools from Maplesoft, Maple 11™ together with DynaFlexPro™, this work can be reduced by four orders of magnitude.
Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) announces the release of IMSI/Design’s (Novato, California) TurboCAD Mac v3 which supports Apple’s Leopard Operating System and includes ACIS Solid Modelling Engine.
TurboCAD Mac v3 offers over 275 intuitive 2D design tools, plus 7,000+ symbols, extensive file compatibility and intuitive command tools to simplify the design process. ...
"The usual answer is that it should, in one of several ways, expand the brief: but exactly how that is done can be problematic. ... [EndNote] Version X placed it at the edge of a tipping point; release X1 takes it over that edge, and the expansion of its brief ...
The humanoid robot research lab at the Waseda University in Japan chose Maple as the main mathematical tool to derive the equations of motion. Thanks to the application of Maple, the research team has received the Robot Academy Award and the Best Paper Award at the International Conference of IEEE ...
Scientific Computing World, November 27, 2007
When a product is the most widely used in its market segment, and has developed every aspect of its original brief, where does it go next? The usual answer is that it should, in one of several ways, expand the brief: but exactly how that is done can be problematic. ...
The Engineer Online, November 19, 2007
One manufacturer of PCBs realised that a proportion of its finished boards were failing final quality inspection due to inconsistent solder height, it turned to NWA Quality Analyst’s Statistical Process Control (SPC) software to help out.
European simulation enthusiasts previewed VisSim 7, the latest release of the leading simulation software tool, at the headquarters of Adept Scientific (Letchworth, UK) last week. The two day event was delivered by Pete Darnell, CEO and Chief Software Engineer at developers Visual Solutions Inc (Westford, MA).
The first day concentrated on ...
Adept Scientific software sweeps the board at the 2007 Scientific Computing Reader's Choice Awards.
The recent Scientific Computing Reader’s Choice Awards confirmed that Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) supplies the best computer software products available with six of their suppliers winning awards.
Three Gold Awards went to:
The Chemistry Reader's Choice Gold Award was ...
Contract part of new product development process
Maplesoft™, the leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science and mathematics has announced a multi-year contract with Toyota Motor Corporation, the world’s largest automobile company. The partnership will produce advanced physical modelling tools to help Toyota move to a new product development ...
Adept Scientific announces release of Web-enabled temperature data acquisition from Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC), Norton, Massachusetts.
The two Web-enabled temperature input devices, the WEB-TEMP and the WEB-TC, allow users to take measurements and monitor them via the Internet.
The new products, modelled after MCC’s popular USB-TEMP and the USB-TC products, have ...
How EndNote is used to compile the research data for ACT’s PaedPalLit journal.
eLucidate - UKeiG, November 01, 2007
A reference software column would not be complete without mention of Endnote. There is now an update for Endnote X1.0.1.
Micro Saint Sharp 2.6 delivers a raft of new features that accelerate the modelling process for experienced users and simulation novices alike.
Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) announces the availability of the latest version of Micro Saint Sharp, the general purpose, discrete-event simulation software tool from Alion MA&D Operation (Boulder, Colorado). ...
Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) is pleased to announce the immediate availability of ChemBioOffice 2008 from CambridgeSoft Corporation's full suite of integrated scientific desktop applications. ChemBioOffice is designed to aid individual chemists and biologists at their desktops and provide a shared solution to benefit scientists within an institution.
"The ChemBioOffice desktop ...
"Until now, searching for images and other files to cite in my paper was tedious. EndNote has solved that problem. Now I find them quickly and can even click on the thumbnail to edit the image."
- Alistair Campbell, Lincoln University, New Zealand
"I would not be able to function effectively as an academic and researcher without it [EndNote]."
- Dr. J.M. Cummins, Associate Professor, Murdoch University
... about RTF capabilities, Palm possibilities, subject bibliographies, etc [with EndNote]!"
- Leanne Wiedemann, Stowers Institute for Medical Research
How Coventry University realised the full value of their EndNote site licence.
Scientific Computing World, October 08, 2007
Adept Scientific has released a Mac OS X version of EndNote X1 from Thomson Scientific. The bibliographic management software is compatible with AppleScript, and can easily connect to EndNote Web to simplify collaboration with colleagues.
References can be dropped into subject folders for immediate access to reference subsets. Each EndNote ...
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