MapleSim Does Calculations at ABB Crane Systems
- ABB Crane Systems, supplier of automation electrical systems for container
handling and bulk handling cranes, including ship to shore cranes, used
MapleSim to suppress swing motion, CADdigest.com, Jan 22, 2015

MapleSim 6 Goes Social -
MaplePrimes.com learning center, smart document interface, ability to
develop, share comprehensive technical designs with others,
hardware-in-the-loop simulations, Peter Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Oct
1, 2013

MapleSim 6 Goes Heavy on Modelica Support - instant view shows
corresponding Modelica code for any subsystem/component, has ability to
deliver white box modeling platform, Beth Stackpole, Design News, Sep 6,
2012

Battery
Design is Charging Ahead - studying battery electric
vehicle, hybrid electric vehicle models using MapleSim, Paul
Goossens, Desktop Engineering, July 2, 2012

Maple
16 Makes Engineering Math Easier - increased
collaboration through cloud, smart popups, drag-to-solve
tool, improved ability to visualize data with plots, Peter
Varhol, Desktop Engineering, June 1, 2012

Math for Engineers: A Look at Mathcad Prime 2.0 and Maple 16 - collapsed
regions, 3D plots, symbolic math features in Mathcad; live data plots,
smart 2D plot view capability, new color schemes for visualizations, 3D
interpolation in Maple 16, Evan Yares, Design World, Apr 17, 2012

Maplesoft:
Play the
Number
Game on
iPad
- free
Maple player for iPad makes mathematical analyses much more accessible,
publishes mathematical formula as interactive document, Kenneth Wong's
Virtual Desktop, Nov 7, 2011

Maple and MapleSim Pack a 1-2 Punch -
Maple 15, MapleSim 5 help engineers build, test models of complex
designs precisely, Peter Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Aug 1, 2011

Maple 13, MapleSim 3 Boost Design Process - Maple 13 can carry out symbolic
calculations; MapleSim 3 creates functional, working model from equations, Peter
Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Mar 1, 2010

MapleSim 2 - 3D modeling, simulation system for dynamic analysis,
control design, optimization capabilities, uncluttered UI, Jeffrey Rowe,
Cadalyst, Oct 22, 2009

Maple 13
- front portal, task templates, solve, integration enhancements, tensor
package for differential geometry, satisfactory syntax extension, Felix
Grant, Scientific Computing World, Jun 1, 2009

MapleSim
- expanded library of components, central storage, management, export
repository for results, animated 3D enhancement, Felix Grant, Scientific
Computing World, Jun 4, 2009

MapleSim Helps Take the
Pain Out of Math - symbolic-based physical modeling tool represents system
graphically, handles complex physical modeling for virtual simulation, Laurent
Bernardin, Desktop Engineering, May 3, 2009

MapleSim Handles Multidomain Modeling and Simulation - advanced symbolic
computing engine with traditional numeric solvers, equations of model
automatically generated, physical modeling techniques, high speed, Margaret
Gurney, Desktop Engineering, Jan 21, 2009

Maple 11
- a high-end software for solving complex math, can recognize hand-written
equations, has new back-solver assistant, Maple Calculator, highly recommended
by Mike Hudspeth, Cadalyst, May 1, 2007

The Persistence of the No. 2 Pencil - hand calculations and calculators
still dominant despite availability of math software like Maple 10,
Mathematica 5.2, and Macsyma, Karen Auguston Field, Design News, August 4,
2006

Maple 10
- Symbol Writer for finding the desired symbol, live technical documents for
logical reasoning, units conversion and more functions at not-so-cheap price,
highly recommended by Mike Hudspeth, Cadalyst, July 21, 2006

Math Software's Arch Enemy: The Number 2 Pencil - Maplesoft's 2006
Survey reveals that most engineers use pencil and paper for math
calculations as math analysis software demands time to learn, Karen
Auguston Field, Design News, June 2006

Maple 10
- a WSYWIG math environment makes Maple 10 a powerful and easy-to-use tool,
Design News, March 20, 2006

Maple Gets an Extreme Makeover-
significant enhancements in new version, Maple 10, like the new interface, will
make the users to give a close look, Barry Simon, Desktop Engineering, June 2005

Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab: The 3M's Without the Tape - first of a
three-part series compares three of the most popular productivity tools for
scientific and engineering computation, Norman Chonacky and David Winch,
Computing in Science & Engineering, January/February 2005

T&M
Software Dons Analysis Hat - reviews of calculation tools, including
Matlab, Maple, Mathematica, Mathcad and MatrixX, Greg Wempe, Machine Design,
December 16, 2004

Mathematics Software Guide - a look at some general-purpose tools in the scientific and mathematical software, including MATLAB, MuPad, Mathematica, Maple, MathCAD and TK Solver, Barry Simon, DE Online July 2003

Math Software: Improving on a Good Thing - looks at the applications Maple 6 by Waterloo Maple and TK Solver by Universal Technical Systems, Barry Simon, Desktop Engineering, June 2000