MathWorks has concluded the 11th edition of its annual conference, MATLAB EXPO. The EXPO, one of India’s premier events for research and engineering communities, was conducted in Bengaluru and witnessed the participation of over 350 attendees, after a gap of three years.
Latha Chembrakalam, Vice President – Head of Technical Center, Continental Automotive India, delivered the keynote address on the theme of ‘Trends in Mobility.’ Key stakeholders and decision-makers from the industry, academia and startup ecosystems participated in the panel discussions conducted by MathWorks on the topics, ‘Building an Entrepreneurial Mindset in the Engineers of Tomorrow’ and ‘The Impact of AI + X in Engineering and Science.’ This year, MathWorks showcased technology demos from areas including Artificial Intelligence, Communications and Radar systems, Electrification, Robotics and autonomous systems, and Systems and Software engineering to help attendees find solutions to their engineering challenges.
During the event, MathWorks leaders also shed light on key industry trends, including:
- Rise of AI + X – Embedding AI in machines and systems.
- The role of rapid prototyping and simulation in helping to accelerate time to market in the electric vehicle market. The importance of skilling to help capture opportunities in technology areas like AI, electrification.
The EXPO also featured four masterclass sessions, led by MathWorks experts, to provide a platform for engineers to learn more about MATLAB applications and solution capabilities. The discussions covered the following industry topics:
- Scaling Artificial Intelligence (AI): From Model Development to Operationalization
- AI-Driven Next Generation Wireless Communication Systems
- Electric Mobility and Future Grids: Accelerating the Transition Towards Net-Zero Emissions
- Developing Service-Oriented Architecture and Implementing Using Adaptive AUTOSAR and DDS
Commenting on the EXPO, Sunil Motwani, Country Manager – Sales & Services at MathWorks said “We are glad to have the opportunity to conduct this edition of the MATLAB EXPO in person, after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The EXPO is a great platform for engineers across industries to get insights into MATLAB, Simulink and other MathWorks products to learn how leading companies are implementing these solutions to continually innovate and grow. In this edition, our focus was to provide an opportunity for engineers, researchers, and academicians to witness how we engage with our stakeholders in bringing their ideas to life and better understand the potential of our solutions. Through the EXPO, we hope to enable and empower our customers to address their real-time business challenges and thereby accelerate the pace of innovation.”