Who we are.
Maya HTT is a software solution developer with unique experiences in the world of engineering.
Founded in 1982, Maya HTT has more than 30 years of experience with developing and implementing specialized software solutions in a wide range of fields, including engineering, design, manufacturing, aerospace, military and defense, datacenter operation, and others. For more than 30 years, Maya HTT has been at the forefront of specialized software development. With over seven million of software licenses distributed globally, we have been helping organizations improve quality and effectiveness, thanks to the latest software innovations available.
Maya HTT was originally founded as a company that specialized in 3D thermal and fluid dynamics analysis. As we recruited more team members, our expertise grew to encompass different engineering specialties.Our engineers and developers have a wide range of experience and use the software we customize. Our areas of expertise include Siemens Digital Industries Software, NX, thermal flow simulations, datacenter infrastructure management and more.
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Self-learning application for determining the optimal settings of an industrial machine in a complex environment
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Sometimes, the littlest things have the biggest effect. In this case, one little thing promises to bridge the gap to greater energy efficiency of trains by changing the airflow. RoofRider, a small deflector measuring less than...
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