When customers evaluate products, the overall look and feel can make all the difference. Ansys physics-based imaging, photonics and illumination software streamlines the design process, so you can better understand how your product will look and operate under real-world lighting and usage conditions. Whether you are designing a TV screen, street lighting network, smart headlights, head-up displays or interior mood lighting in an automobile, Ansys optical simulation software helps you make your design more efficient and appealing.
Optical sensors are the eyes of any intelligent system, and Ansys physics-based simulations can help you assess raw signals from camera and lidar systems in their operating environments. You can post-process the simulated data to optimize sensor layout on vehicles in dynamic driving conditions.
Ansys 2022 R2 empowers Ansys SPEOS users to go further than ever before with enhancements that improve the handling of complex sensors, project preview and computation.
This includes enhancements for:
- Productivity Enhancement
- SPEOS GPU
- Optical Part Design
- Sensors/Autonomous Driving
- And much more
Join PADT's Optics Application Engineer Cynthia De La Rosa for a first hand look at the capabilities of optical simulation, followed by what's available for SPEOS in the Ansys 2022 R2 update.