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SimAI for Optics: Predicting Optical Performance at the Speed of AI

Sign up for this upcoming webinar to learn how to predict optimal performance with SimAI. See how SimAI can expedite the design process by swiftly generating and assessing design iterations.

June 25, 2024


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The optical design process presents many challenges from the interaction of physics, engineering, and human perception. One significant challenge in lighting applications is achieving optimal light control and distribution to meet requirements such as uniformity, color accuracy, and glare reduction.

Balancing these factors involves delicate trade-offs to maximize efficiency while minimizing undesirable effects like shadows or hotspots. Collaboration across disciplines, advanced simulation tools, and iterative design methodologies are essential to achieve optimal performance and cater to the evolving demands of various applications. Embracing innovative solutions and staying abreast of emerging technologies is crucial for staying competitive in optical design.

SimAI can expedite the design process by swiftly generating and assessing design iterations. This rapid and predictive iteration cycle facilitates quicker development and refinement of lighting systems, ultimately reducing time-to-market and development costs. By addressing these challenges through collaborative efforts and embracing technological advancements, optical designers can create lighting solutions that are efficient, effective, and tailored to meet the needs of diverse applications.

What you will learn

  • How to leverage existing optical simulation results to train a model in SimAI
  • How SimAI can predict the optical performance of a brand-new design in just a few seconds
  • How to use pySimAI to automate the model training and evaluation

Who should attend

Optics Simulation Engineers & Analysts in all industries and Academia.


Felipe Mercado