History.

MAYA was founded in 1982 with a background in spacecraft thermal analysis.

During our early years we developed software and performed analysis work for the Canadian Space Agency. In 1986 we began our longstanding relationship with the companies that would later comprise Siemens Digital Industries Software by establishing a developer relationship with SDRC, the developer of I-DEAS design and analysis software. In the years following we continued to grow, adding a number of software solutions to our portfolio that were embedded in Siemens Digital Industries Software platform.

As a Value-Added Reseller (VAR) of NX™ products since 1996 we were able to deliver an even broader set of solutions as our clients embraced new digital development and analysis tools. Since our inception, our focus has been on developing and adapting software-based solutions to meet our clients’ needs. Our products, solutions, and services are all focused on helping our clients speed development, reduce cost, and improve quality.

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Success stories

Jet fan placement ensures optimal air quality and flow

Jet fan placement ensures optimal air quality and flow

Find out how Bâtivac contributed to a quieter, tidier, and healthier parking environment for the CHUM’s clientele. Maya HTT’s expertise and analysis helped Bâtivac validate the ventilation system and reduce costs, contributing to building a truly safe and modern urban health facility.

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Additional articles

If you can think it, we can simulate it

If you can think it, we can simulate it

Imagine, for a moment, the kinds of buildings and infrastructure that would be needed to support a thriving human colony on Mars. How could we engineer safe and comfortable living conditions for such an inhospitable environment? As remote as a future colony on Mars may be, simulation provides a way to contemplate the possibilities.

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The Three T’s of DCIM

The Three T’s of DCIM

Datacenter management poses a high-stakes, multidimensional challenge. As errors can have disastrous real-world consequences, datacenter operators must use a variety of controls to ensure that operations continue smoothly.

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