This data sheet details the features of the Ansys SPEOS Far Infrared Extension.
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This data sheet describes all the features of Ansys SPEOS Premium package, which enables you to conduct advanced analysis of the performance and appearance of lighting systems, taking materials into account and extending the light range from ultraviolet to near-infrared.
The Ansys SPEOS Pro package contains all the core functionalities required to simulate the photometric performance — intensity, illuminance and luminance — of lighting systems. It includes one solver for Ansys SPEOS optical simulation software, plus four built-in high-performance computing tasks. Read this data sheet to learn more about the rich capabilities of SPEOS Pro and the many applications it supports.
All cars now depend on electronics that must work reliably. When a new power steering module failed under testing, engineers at Integrated Micro-Electronics were faced with spending eight months using trial-and-error to determine the cause and find a workable solution. Instead they used ANSYS structural capabilities including contact analysis, transient thermal analysis, and linear and nonlinear thermomechanical buckling analysis, to develop a reliable module in half the time
Enter a world of performance and agility with Ansys SPEOS HPC, the solution that accelerates your high-quality simulation results — on demand. SPEOS HPC provides access to high-performance computing (HPC) and visualization resources for the quickest virtual prototyping service available. And faster results means time for more design exploration. Explore dozens of design options and select the optimal one, without compromising deadlines, innovation and quality.
Cameras are one of the keys to autonomous technology. In this webinar, discover how to increase the accuracy of ADAS/AD simulations using the extended camera sensor simulation capabilities available in Ansys SPEOS. In addition, learn how a new lens importer now enables you to import any imaging systems into SPEOS to perform optical analyses while protecting the original system’s intellectual property.
Attend this webinar to learn how to:
Go further in the modeling of your camera systems, including EPP, 2D distortion, focus distance, DoF and more
Convert a SPEOS or ZEMAX Opticstudio design into a simplified model for camera simulation
Visualize key optical characteristics of a lens system
Create a new collaborative workflow from lens design to camera simulation
To create optical simulations that represent how material choices will react in various environments, teams of engineers and designers need an accurate texture mapping tool. The SPEOS texture mapping feature reproduces the aspect and behavior of surfaces within a defined environment, simulating a variety of materials, from uniform to multilayered materials.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
Texture management in SPEOS
How to create a textured material
How to use mapping methods