Significant momentum for model-based design tools

By : |September 30, 2005 0



BANGALORE: The MathWorks Inc., a developer of technical computing software, and Cranes Software International Ltd, an exclusive distributor of MathWorks’ range of products in India and Sri Lanka, have announced that the commercial sector, R&D
establishments and educational institutions were driving the growth for their model- based design tools in the Indian market.

The announcement was made during the third MATLAB & Simulink Tech Expo 2005
being held here.

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Speaking on the occasion, Pradeep Kumar, Sr. VP, Cranes, said, “The establishment of R&D centers in India by multinational corporations and the increased focus of Indian enterprises on R & D are driving the market demand for these technology solutions. With the market demand for skill sets around model based design increasing, engineering institutes are also fast adapting these tools as part of their curriculum, which is fuelling demand from the education segment for these tools. Going forward, we expect to build on the momentum we have achieved in the Indian market.”

“Engineers and scientists worldwide are increasingly adopting model-based design techniques using The MathWorks tools to transform the way embedded systems are developed by replacing paper documents, physical prototypes, hand-coding, and decoupled testing with executable models, simulation, and automatic code generation,” said Dr. Jason Ghidella, Stateflow and Simulink Product Marketing Manager, The MathWorks.

In India, the commercial segment has shown a significant growth last year for the usage of simulation and model based design tools.

While industries like Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Industrial Equipment & Machinery, Technical Services, and Rail, Ships & other Transportation verticals are the major contributors to the growth, verticals like Biotech, Pharmaceutical and Medical, Communications, Earth and Ocean Sciences,
Electronics, Financial Services, Instrumentation and Process Industries are also increasingly adopting these software tools.

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