OPTIS’(www.optis-world.com) simulation software family, SPEOS® and OptisWorks®, are the most sophisticated and comprehensive optical solutions available for designing any product which aims to manage light or which interacts with light. The software provides highly realistic simulation of light sources, materials, and environments, enabling you to optimize the optical performances and appearance of any system without costly experimental prototyping.
OPTIS software is differentiated by: ? the ability to simulate human perception and lit appearance ? the ability to provide the exact color and appearance of any object ? seamless integration within major CAD platforms ? physics-based and state-of-the-art technologies ? extensive component measurement libraries
The only simulation of human perception and lit appearance OPTIS light simulation software models how the human eye will perceive your finished products with a unique and accurate physiological human vision model. Thanks to its physically correct approach, based on the exact behaviour of photons, the software realistically renders products and systems even “switched on” in their lit appearance, so you can quickly and easily optimize systems for visual ergonomics, comfort, safety, and performance.
The only light simulation software integrated in CAD Fully integrated within major CAD platforms since 2003, including CATIA V5®, SolidWorks®, and Pro/ENGINEER®, OPTIS’ simulation software makes optics an integral part of your enterprise wide CAD solution. CAD integration dramatically accelerates the design process (typically by 65%), so you can detect potential problems earlier, quickly explore multiple variants on a theme, and optimize the optical behavior of your system in hours instead of weeks.
Conventional optics software is merely “interoperable” with CAD programs, requiring the designer to ping-pong between parameters and rendering and to import and export complex vector field distributions, which corrupts data. With OPTIS’ single-data model, data transfer is seamless. And you don’t have to rebuild the optical model with every iteration, which is where 80% of design time is usually spent.
CAD integration also enables engineers to collaborate transparently on the same CAD file throughout the design process. Surrounding mechanical parts are automatically updated when optical components are changed. The ability to work within your own CAD environment, along with OPTIS’ intuitive GUI, translates to a fast learning curve and immediate productivity.