Ansys Optics and Ansys Photonics are advanced software solutions that allow engineers and researchers to simulate and optimize systems. These powerful tools enable efficient modeling of light propagation, analysis of parameters such as intensity and polarization, and optimization of system performance.
How We Can Help
We enable our customers to design better products, reduce risk, and accelerate time to market. At EDRMedeso we are committed to driving innovation by providing leading simulation technologies powered by knowledge transfer.
Ansys Optics and Ansys Photonics optimize optical and photonic systems, reducing costs and improving design reliability. With advanced simulation capabilities, you can visualize and analyze light behavior, bringing innovative ideas to life. These solutions support engineers and researchers in achieving remarkable results.
Ansys Speos is a powerful, proven optical simulation software that helps optical engineers design new features, optimize material selections and other characteristics, measure results, test product and safety and comply with strict industry regulations.
Ansys Zemax OpticStudio
Ansys Zemax product solutions empower engineers to create exceptional optical systems. The flagship software, Ansys Zemax OpticStudio®, leads the industry in optical imaging, illumination, and laser system design. It is the go-to tool for visionaries shaping diverse fields.
Ansys Lumerical's comprehensive suite of photonics simulation and analysis tools offers component-level and system-level simulations to optimize performance, minimize physical prototyping costs and reduce time-to-market. Enhanced design flows enable designers with compact models calibrated to leading foundry processes.
Ansys HPC software enables faster simulations on multicore computers, accommodating larger and more accurate models. It offers scalable licensing options, allowing users to scale to any computational level, from entry-level parallel processing to unlimited parallel capacity.
Neural Concept is a high-end deep learning software, which understands 3D shapes (CAD) and learns how they interact with the laws of physics (CAE)
Ansys optiSLang is recognized for its powerful capabilities within process automation, optimization and robust evaluation algorithms. It includes various tools for sensitivity analysis, design exploration and optimization including surrogate modelling, response surface modelling and evolutionary algorithms.
Ansys Speos: Illuminating the possibilities
Today’s optical engineering challenge is to deliver extreme innovation quickly — while keeping costs low and reliability high.
Read our informative whitepaper to find out how Ansys Speos, part of the Ansys Optical Solutions portfolio can help you achieve both your design and commercial objectives.
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OpticStudio’s Built-In Flexibility Helps LightPath Design Across a Range of Solutions
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Who We Have Helped
Because Ansys Speos allows us to use our 3D CAD product as an add-on, we can perform a simulation without sacrificing the accuracy. This is one of the key aspects we liked.
— Asami Yonezawa, Senior Specialist - Mazda Craftsmanship Development Group / Mazda Motor Corporation
For the considered application, NCS performs clearly better than currently used surrogate models and therefore we see the potential of NCS for more use-cases.
— Roland Schirrmacher / Bosch