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Reduce Development Risk. Create Better Products. Get to Market Faster.

Maplesoft provides engineers with the tools and expertise they need to enable a model-driven innovation process that helps manage design complexity. Offering experts in a variety of engineering fields, extensive experience in model-based design, and the superior system-level modeling and analysis tools MapleSim and Maple, Maplesoft helps companies reduce development risk and bring high-quality products to market faster.  Through Maple, Maplesoft also provides a complete concept-to-deployment environment for advanced analysis and rapid development of technical applications and engineering calculation tools. Maplesoft products and services are used in machine design, robotics, aerospace, automotive, and many other fields where engineers face complex challenges. Customers include Boeing, FLSmidth, Ford, Google, Intel, NASA, and Samsung.

Maplesoft is a subsidiary of Cybernet Systems Group. For further details, please visit www.maplesoft.com.

Customers & Markets:

Maplesoft’s customers include:

  • Ford
  • BMW
  • Bosch
  • Boeing
  • FLSmidth
  • John Deere
  • Lockheed Martin
  • NASA
  • Canadian Space Agency
  • Canon
  • Motorola
  • Microsoft Research

Maplesoft regularly provides products and services to clients in the following sectors:

  • Machine Design
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining and Oil Production
  • Electric and Hybrid-Electric Vehicles
  • Robotics/Motion Control
  • Aircraft Systems
  • Power Industries




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