We work with the top industries in the Middle East
Aerospace & Defense
MATLAB® and Simulink® products for Model-Based Design and technical computing are the industry-standard tools for designing, implementing, and testing air, space, naval, and land systems.  Global and local aerospace and defense companies use MATLAB® and Simulink® to design, simulate and implement their solutions whether it is the implementation of GNC and Avionics systems, the integration of the different components of a propulsion systems or design and modelling of the industry frameworks like the C4ISR and DO protocols.
Energy Production
Engineers choose MATLAB® and Simulink® for power and utility equipment system development, monitoring, and maintenance. Process engineers use it to analyze real-time sensor data, implement control strategies, and create predictive maintenance systems based on big data and machine learning. Geoscientists and engineers in the oil and gas industries choose it to model and optimize drilling equipment, analyze seismic data, model reservoirs and scale their analytics.
Automation & Robotics
Industrial automation and robotics companies utilize MATLAB® and Simulink® for diverse applications ranging from developing equipment for power conversion and transmission, to implementing distributed control systems (DCS) to creating advanced control systems. MATLAB® and Simulink® contain advanced libraries to model and simulate electrical, electromechanical, chemical, and other domains and implement high level control using multi-variables, PID, fuzzy logic, and neural networks.
Electronics & Semiconductors
MATLAB® and Simulink® are heavily used across the Electronics and Semiconductor industry for the integration of audio, video, electronic and communication subsystems and the rapid creation of prototypes that span the digital, analog, mixed-signal and control logic disciplines. MATLAB® and Simulink® then enable engineers to rapidly deploy their prototypes on FPGAs and SoC and to verify their functionality through HIL and Testing tools.
MATLAB® and Simulink® products help engineers design and simulate communications systems with greater speed and accuracy. Using both detailed low-level models as well as higher-level behavioral abstractions, communications engineers can implement the desired level of model fidelity and run-time performance from within a single environment. MATLAB® and Simulink® streamline design flows by helping engineers to design and simulate communications algorithms and systems using top-down design methodologies, combine digital, analog/mixed-signal, and RF domains in a single system model, design, simulate, and verify complex systems using standards such as LTE and prototype designs with connections to hardware.