MathWorks launches kits for startups

MathWorks has expanded its support to a new generation of entrepreneurs looking to turn their technical ideas into reality: The company now offers start-up technology companies access to a pair of standard suites that include MATLAB, Simulink and more than 100 industry-specific toolkits, for a price that is favorable for start-ups.

Kits for start-ups provide a complete set of development tools for design and simulation, testing and code generation.

In addition to MATLAB, Simulink, and related add-on licenses, the kits also include training in local languages ​​and technical support from MathWorks experts who are ready to guide users from idea to deployment. Users can also take advantage of the MathWorks Startup Promotion Program to spread information about their products and services.

Dlou­ho­do­bý part­ner pro vzni­ka­jí­cí startu­py

MathWorks is committed to accelerating the pace of engineering and science and supporting teams seeking solutions to modern problems. The 7,000 medical technology, robotics and other industries already using MATLAB include Metawave, AEye and Owl Autonomous Imaging, which work on tech­no­lo­gi­ích vní­má­ní vo­zi­del pro za­jiš­tě­ní bez­peč­né­ho au­to­ma­ti­zo­va­né­ho ří­ze­ní. Ni­zo­zem­ská spo­leč­nost Li­gh­tyearwhich is in the early stages of developing the world’s first solar-powered car, has also gained access to products and support through the MathWorks Startup Program.

Start-ups operating in these areas are pioneers in technical innovation, but they are often limited by financial resources, a significant part of which has to be spent on staff costs. The goal of the MathWorks startup program is to provide companies with tools at an early stage of development that will allow them to move quickly from concept to minimal viable product without having to decide between engineers and technical tools.

See the MathWorks Web site for more information www.mathworks.com/products/startups.


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