Hyderabad: Mathworks, a developer of computing software, is betting big on the automobile industry even as the latter is gearing up for technological and policy changes. The company’s tools help the sector to develop virtual models of their future vehicles so that they are in tandem with new trends like the electrification of vehicles, advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) – which can range from self-driving cars to anti-locking braking system (ABS).
“Our tools like model-based design, data analytics and digital twin facilitate the automobile manufacturer to develop a digital twin so that they can save time and enhance efficiency. We are supporting the industry which is currently focused on electric vehicles and our simulation tools helps in checking the efficiency of the design. Similarly in ADAS we are helping automakers to check if the technology will be feasible in real-time by providing a digital twin that will check for any discrepancies,” said Sunil Motwani, industry director, Mathworks India. Similarly in the aerospace and defence sector, Mathworks tools are helping the companies in predictive maintenance through use of data analytics, Motwani added without divulging details on the number of clients the company is serving in India.
The company has been in operations in India since 2008 and has client base across government and private companies. It has tied up with many engineering institutions and universities so that students get accustomed with their tools and techniques. It has development teams in Bengaluru and Hyderabad and has both small and medium enterprises as well as large enterprises as its clients.
Mathworks organised its 10th edition of its Matlab expo in Hyderabad wherein students, clients and partners came together to learn more about the company’s tools and its uses.