Working with MathWorks consultants, Commerzbank integrated their Market Data Distribution Service within a heterogeneous IT environment that included Windows clients, a Linux server, and Commerzbank database servers.
MathWorks consultants helped Daimler Chrysler develop modeling guidelines and architecture so that their algorithms automatically generate optimized C code requiring about 16% less RAM than handwritten code.
"The MathWorks consultants have complete mastery over MATLAB and Simulink products, which enabled us to develop and optimize the simulator interface using best practices that improved productivity and maintainability.” - Jérôme Vouillat, Simulation Engineer, DCNS
“By partnering with MathWorks Consulting Services, we developed a robust platform for supervisory control with MATLAB and transitioned our pilot plant to a modern automation control system. This enabled our researchers to rapidly take algorithms from idea to implementation, simulation, and deployment.” — Dr. Ryan Hamilton, Genentech
Working with MathWorks Consulting Services, Haldex used Simulink and SimMechanics to develop a library of vehicle modeling blocks for simulating the acceleration, braking, and cornering dynamics of single units and articulated heavy vehicles. With this workflow, Haldex reduced development time by 50%.
MathWorks consultants helped IAV develop embedded targets for deploying their algorithm concepts to specific target microprocessors, which saved IAV from hand coding and customizing the code for each microprocessor.
Infraredx worked with MathWorks Consulting Services to accelerate the development and FPGA implementation of the IVUS signal and image processing algorithms in the TVC Imaging System. “On the first project that we worked on with MathWorks Consulting Services, we cut development time in half by generating HDL for our core IVUS algorithms,” — Dr. Zhihua He, principal imaging scientist, Infraredx.
TriVector worked with MathWorks Consulting Services to implement best practices for large-scale modeling and to build a library of parameterized, reusable components that made models easier to modify, as well as made simulation times shorter.
MathWorks Consulting Services helped RTI and the University of Pennsylvania parallelize models to execute simulations on their computer cluster enabling epidemic simulations to run 250 times faster than before.
“MathWorks consultants interacted with us at a strategic level, documenting our business objectives and using their technical expertise to translate our requirements into system functionality.” — Dr. Norbert Tönder, RWE