MathWorks Introduces Simulink Fault Analyser and Polyspace Test
MathWorks has unveiled Release 2023b (R2023b) of the MATLAB and Simulink product families.
MATLAB test to develop, execute, measure, and manage dynamic tests
MathWorks has unveiled Release 2023a (R2023a) of the MATLAB and Simulink product families.
Engineers gallery to open at Science Museum in June 2023
In June 2023, the Science Museum will open an ambitious new gallery dedicated to world-changing engineering innovations and the diverse and fascinating range of people behind them.
Series 10 – Episode 1 – Why engineers need explainable AI
Paige West speaks with Johanna Pingel, Product Marketing Manager at MathWorks about explainable AI.
Understanding complexity – the role of explainable AI for engineers
AI is transforming engineering across industries and applications, enabling powerful new capabilities, and saving time despite increasing computational power.
MATLAB and Simulink release 2022b: simscape battery and updates that simplify and automate model-based design
The global battery management systems market is expected to reach $13.4bn by 2026. Bloomberg New Energy Finance indicates the growth can be attributed largely to electric vehicle (EV) market growth. The organisation’s latest report shows that 58% of global passenger vehicle sales will come from EVs by 2040.
How simulation is helping to tackle the climate crisis
Clean, green energy is the bedrock of any movement towards the goal of net-zero, but it is only through detailed and robust simulations of renewable energy generation that its use can be expanded, Chris Hayhurst, MathWorks, explains.
RoadRunner 3D scene editing capability in aiSim
MathWorks and AImotive have begun a collaboration to integrate RoadRunner into aiSim allowing users to easily create road and 3D networks for simulation in aiSim, a deterministic and robust solution.
Automated vision systems design for FPGAs and ASICs
MathWorks has announced that with the recent availability of Release 2019b of the MATLAB and Simulink product families, Vision HDL Toolbox includes native multipixel streaming support to process high-frame-rate (HFR) and high-resolution videos on FPGAs. Video, image processing, and FPGA design engineers can speed the exploration and simulation of behaviour and implementation tradeoffs when processing 4k or 8k video and videos with resolutions of ...
Key AI and Industry 4.0 trends for engineers in 2020
With Industry 4.0 and artificial intelligence continually redefining the limits of what is possible for engineers and scientists, 2020 will be a pivotal year. Here are the key trends we can expect to see over the next 12 months. By Jos Martin, Senior Engineering Manager at MathWorks
Discover new products in support of robotics
MathWorks has introduced Release 2019b with a range of new capabilities in MATLAB and Simulink, including those in support of artificial intelligence, deep learning and the automotive industry. In addition, R2019b introduces new products in support of robotics, new training resources for event-based modelling, and updates and bug fixes across the MATLAB and Simulink product families.
Will we really see driverless cars on the roads by 2021?
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has suggested we will see driverless cars on UK roads by 2021, but will this actually be possible? Chris Hayhurst, European Consulting Manager at MathWorks investigates.
Project-based learning key to AI conversion courses
The government has announced a £18.5m cash injection to drive up skills in AI and data science and support more adults to upskill and retrain to progress in their careers or find new employment. Up to 2,500 people will have the opportunity to retrain and become experts in data science and AI, thanks to a £13.5m investment to fund new degree and Masters conversion courses and scholarships at UK academic institutions over the next three...
What challenges will the July 5G roll-out face?
It has been announced by Vodafone that it will be switching on its 5G network for both consumers and business customers in seven cities across the UK on 3rd July. Here, commenting on the news, Ken Karnofsky, Senior Strategist for Signal Processing Applications at MathWorks, believes this marks a significant point in the rollout of 5G throughout the UK.
Important capability enhancements for AI
It has been announced that MathWorks has introduced Release 2019a of MATLAB and Simulink. The release contains new products and important enhancements for artificial intelligence (AI), signal processing, and static analysis, along with new capabilities and bug fixes across all product families.
What will be the AI trends in 2019?
Jos Martin, Senior Engineering Manager at MathWorks, investigates the likely Artificial Intelligence (AI) 2019 trends for scientists and engineers
What does 2019 hold for 5G?
The new 5G standards have arrived and the corresponding networks are predicted to roll-out across the UK in late 2019. However, what can we expect in the lead-up to ubiquitous 5G? Ken Karnofsky, Senior Strategist for Signal Processing Applications at MathWorks, plays future gazer and gives us his market predictions for 2019.
The many faces of autonomy
Autonomous systems conjure up a future filled with self-driving cars, humanoid robots, and buzzing drones bearing packages from Amazon. The underlying technology continues to mature at a rapid pace, and in doing so is pulling designers in hundreds of new directions. In fact, the sheer number and variety of design options raises an interesting question: what does 'autonomy' actually mean to us? By Jim Tung, MathWorks Fellow
Industry comments on Autumn Statement
In today's Autumn Statement the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, is expected to unveil new infrastructure projects worth billions of pounds. A new report, Skills: Meeting Demand, says this presents the UK with the opportunity to build engineering talent base for the future via innovative and creative recruitment. It’s a sentiment likely to be echoed by many in the tech and engineering sectors.
Industry needs to close UK skills gap in STEM sectors
Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) sectors are struggling to attract school leavers and the industries are seeking solutions to their ongoing skill gaps. During research by MathWorks, STEM professionals were asked whether students are being targeted too late to develop a love of STEM subjects? The response was affirmative; half of respondents believe students need to be encouraged towards these sectors much younger than is conventi...