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MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualisation, and numeric computation. Simulink is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based Design of multidomain dynamic and embedded systems.

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MathWorks MATLAB and Simulink Release 2019a

Latest release introduces enhanced capabilities for artificial intelligence, signal processing and static analysis.

MathWorks Release 2016a Control System Toolbox

As part of Release 2016a, Control System Toolbox now offers a Control System Tuner app that allows engineers to automatically tune SISO or MIMO control systems in MATLAB and Simulink.

MathWorks Release 2016a MATLAB and Simulink

MathWorks R2016a includes the MATLAB Live Editor, which offers the ability to write, run and modify code in a single interactive environment to accelerate exploratory analysis.

MathWorks MATLAB Release 2014b

Release 2014b of MATLAB includes an updated graphics system, big data capabilities and improved collaboration features for packaging and sharing code, and for source control integration.

MathWorks MATLAB and Simulink Release 2013b

Release 2013b sees MATLAB and Simulink gain greater integration with increasingly common hardware platforms like 64-bit processors and the Arduino open-source platform.

MathWorks Simulink PLC Coder now supports Omron PLCs

Simulink PLC Coder can now generate IEC 61131-3 Structured Text for Omron programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and Sysmac Studio.

MathWorks Stateflow for Simulink R2012b

MathWorks has announced an updated version of Stateflow in Simulink R2012b that simplifies control logic design.

MathWorks Release 2012b

MathWorks has introduced Release 2012b with major updates to MATLAB and Simulink that significantly improve use and navigation.

MathWorks SimMechanics

MathWorks has announced an updated version of SimMechanics that enables users to create realistic parts and geometry by leveraging MATLAB.

Mathworks Simulink for Freescale’s Motor Control Development Toolbox

MathWorks has announced that Simulink code generation targets have been built into Freescale’s Motor Control Development Toolbox through Embedded Coder.

MathWorks Robust Control Toolbox and Simulink Control Design

MathWorks has released updated versions of two products, Robust Control Toolbox and Simulink Control Design, which enable engineers to automatically tune complex control systems modelled in Simulink.

MathWorks OPC Toolbox with OPC-HDA support

MathWorks has announced a major update of its OPC Toolbox product, offering support for the OPC Foundation Historical Data Access (HDA) standard. MATLAB users in the power, utility, chemical, oil and gas industries can now access and visualise historical process data from an OPC HDA server, identify trends and perform root cause analysis to help continually improve their operations.

MathWorks Simulink Design Verifier v2.0

MathWorks has announced that Simulink Design Verifier now includes Polyspace analysis technology for automated error detection in Simulink models. Simulink Design Verifier 2.0 integrates Polyspace error detection with existing property proving and test generation capabilities to help reduce the time required to find and fix the root cause of design errors, decreasing the overall cost of verification and validation.

MathWorks SimDriveline software

The new version of SimDriveline software helps simplify the integration of other physical domains into drivetrain models, including thermal losses in geartrains, electrical solenoids and hydraulically actuated clutches. SimDriveline, based on Mathworks’ Simscape technology, helps engineers model and simulate mechanical systems in Simulink for a variety of automotive, aerospace, defence and industrial applications.

MathWorks Data Acquisition Toolbox R2010b

The R2010b release of Data Acquisition Toolbox now enables engineers and scientists to use National Instruments’ CompactDAQ data acquisition hardware directly from MATLAB. Data Acquisition Toolbox supports more than 25 CompactDAQ devices, providing access to measurements that include voltage, current and temperature.

MathWorks MATLAB and Simulink Release 2010b

MathWorks has announced Release 2010b of its MATLAB and Simulink product families.

MathWorks Target Support Package and Embedded IDE Link for Eclipse

The Target Support Package and Embedded IDE Link products now support the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE) and Embedded Linux through the GNU compiler tool chain. As a result, engineers can automate project creation in Eclipse and deploy real-time embedded systems on Linux using automatically generated code from MATLAB and Simulink models. These capabilities enable engineers using model-based design to rapidly implement and verify algorithms on processors that can run Embedded Linux, such as ARM, Freescale and Intel.

MatLab and Simulink Release 2010a

The MathWorks has announced Release 2010a (R2010a) of its MatLab and Simulink product families. Key in this release are streaming capabilities for signal processing and video processing in MatLab, nonlinear solvers for standard and large-scale optimisation and expanded Simulink support for large teams designing complex systems. R2010a also introduces Simulink PLC Coder, that helps industrial control system engineers generate IEC 61131 structured text. This release updates 83 other products, including PolySpace code verification products.

The MathWorks Simulink PLC Coder

The MathWorks has announced Simulink PLC Coder, a product that generates IEC 61131 structured text for programmable logic controller (PLC) and programmable automation controller (PAC) devices. This advancement enables model-based design for manufacturing and power generation equipment controlled by PLCs and PACs.

PID controller simulation

The MathWorks has announced Simulink Control Design 3.0, equipped with features that automate the process of tuning proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers. These features are being released along with new PID controller blocks in Simulink.

Modelling and simulation software

The MathWorks has announced Release 2009a (R2009a) of its MATLAB, Simulink and PolySpace product families. R2009a includes extended support for multicore and multiprocessor systems, two new products, new features in MATLAB and Simulink, and enhancements to more than 90 other MathWorks products.

Simulation and modelling software

The MathWorks has introduced Release 2008b (R2008b) of its MATLAB and Simulink product families. R2008b includes new features in MATLAB and Simulink, two new products, 19 major updates, and enhancements to the PolySpace code verification products.

Modelling language

The MathWorks has announced the Simscape language, a new capability that enables textual authoring of physical modelling components, domains and libraries in the Simulink environment.

Discrete-event simulator

The MathWorks has introduced SimEvents 2, which now supports the modelling of complex discrete-event and hybrid dynamic systems across the Simulink family of products.


NASA's return to manned space flight helped by Matlab and Simulink

MathWorks has revealed its contribution to the successful completion of NASA's Orion spacecraft test flight.

Siemens Automation and MathWorks collaborate on simulation and model-based design

MathWorks has announced an expanded relationship with Siemens Automation Systems to make it easier for customers to take advantage of model-based design for developing and implementing complex control algorithms.

Mathworks' MATLAB free one-day events

MathWorks' MATLAB Tour is a series of free, one-day events which bring together engineers, scientists, technical managers, and academia to discuss how MATLAB and Simulink software are addressing advanced science and engineering challenges.

MATLAB, Simulink used on International Space Station

NASA has deployed MATLAB and Simulink to the International Space Station as part of its SPHERES project, MathWorks has announced.



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