Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) has long offered its own consultation resources to customers across their product range. In a move to enhance this offering, Adept is now able to formerly call upon Maplesoft’s (Waterloo, Canada) newly created professional consultancy services which will complement Adept’s expertise and provide a project implementation ...
Learn how Maple is helping Professor Roger Kraft to teach maths students more effectively at Purdue University Calumet.
Scientific Computing World, May 29, 2012
My favourite change in statistics is perhaps a small one: handling of data matrices has been harmonised across the package [Maple]. As icing on that particular cake, rule-based subsetting by variable (that is, matrix column) value is now a real joy to use.
Felix Grant, Scientific Computing World
Maplesoft’s™ (Waterloo, Canada) recently released version of Maple comes with improved connectivity to major CAD systems. Available from Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) Maple 16 extends its support to Autodesk Inventor® 2012, Solidworks® 2012 and Siemens NX® 8.
CAD users can take advantage of Maple's computational power to analyse and optimise ...
and the Maple engine is what I consider its biggest strength."
Phillipa Williams, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Canterbury
Dr Amir Khajepou and Maplesoft develop a Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) test platform for solar powered planetary rovers.
Over 4500 additions and improvements across the entire product
Maplesoft™ has announced a major new release of its flagship product, Maple™, the technical computing software for mathematicians, engineers and scientists. With Maple 16, Maplesoft introduces new tools and techniques in its Clickable Math™ collection, setting new standards for ease of use ...
MapleSim and Maple to enhance modelling and simulation in space exploration projects
Maplesoft (Waterloo, Canada) has announced a major adoption of its products by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). JPL is implementing Maple, MapleSim and MapleNet in its various projects. Whether creating America's first satellite, Explorer 1, sending the first robotic ...
Dr. Tom Lee, VP Application Engineering, Maplesoft, discusses the changing face of robotics in light of the emergence of mechatronics in the engineering community.
The challenge: To verify the path of a liquid dispensing robot as it dispenses fluid to a sequence of wells on a microtiter plate [using MapleSim].
The Engineer (online), November 01, 2011
Adept Scientific is offering Maplesoft’s free Maple Player app for iPad, which allows users to view Maple documents using the tablet and can be used for educational applications.
Maplesoft™ (Waterloo, Canada) has announced the release of the Maple™ Player for iPad®, an application for the iPad that lets users view and interact with documents created in desktop Maple, available from Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts). This release is the first step in a plan to increase support for Maplesoft ...
Automation, October 26, 2011
The ability of robots to mimic humans is one of science's most talked about issues. The rewards for reproducing human movement and actions go beyond engineering, having applications and ramifications for medical treatment, computer technology, defence, exploration and more.
Discover how Maple T.A. has helped the University of Waterloo to automate assessment tasks for many of their mathematics-based courses, while maintain the quality of its education despite increasing enrollment and decreasing budgets.
Read how MapleSim's exceptional 3-D multibody dynamics and multi-domain modeling capabilities are helping Clearpath Robotics significantly improve the way their unmanned robots are designed.
Read about the critical role MapleSim has played in the design and development of the SlapShot XT - a dynamic hockey stick testing robot.
Discover how McMaster University introduced MapleSim into their engineering course curriculum to enrich their design engineering, or 'cornerstone', course. Students now gain both practical knowledge and a deeper understanding of the theory behind engineering design.
This article illustrates how engineering researchers are making significant strides in their work with the help of Maplesoft technology. It highlights the work of researchers from around the world, and discusses such diverse projects as space rovers, humanoid robots, parallel manipulators, golf clubs, and electric and hybrid-electric vehicle batteries.
Its symbolic approach takes care of the grunt work and computes quickly. It's [MapleSim] all that we're looking for in a tool."
Ryan Gariepy, CTO, Clearpath Robotics
It has been crucial in our development and testing, resulting in tremendous savings in design and prototyping. In addition, MapleSim allows us to perform engineering analysis that was previously too challenging and computationally intensive for our industry to undertake."
Dr John McPhee, Chief Scientist at Hockey Robotics
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