April 16, 2020

Zemax and Ansys Collaborate to Enable Safer, Reliable Autonomous Vehicle Navigation

Zemax and Ansys Collaborate to Enable Safer, Reliable Autonomous Vehicle Navigation

Optical sensors – including LiDAR, radar, visible and IR cameras – play a key role in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and are critical to pushing autonomous vehicles (AV) robustly and safely towards full level 5 autonomy.  Engineers responsible for designing these sensors need to ensure that they will operate in various environments that an AV will be subject to; to do so, engineers need to be able to quickly and accurately test, validate and iterate their optical designs.

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April 09, 2020

Zemax Global Academic Program Plays A Role in the New Virtual Optics Classroom

Zemax Global Academic Program Plays A Role in the New Virtual Optics Classroom

As the world continues to adjust to the COVID-19 Pandemic, more than 63 million teachers across 188 countries are reinventing how they teach.  According to UNESCO monitoring, these countries have implemented nationwide closures, impacting over 91.3% of world’s student population. Teachers are now managing virtual classrooms and a whole new way of remote learning for over 1.5 billion students, including those in the optics field.

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April 06, 2020

Drive manufacturability by improving collaboration between your engineers

Drive manufacturability by improving collaboration between your engineers

Manufacturability is vitally important to optical and photonics companies, but workflow bottlenecks significantly impact how readily, and cost-effectively, you can meet market demand. Zemax is addressing this challenge by providing engineers with an integrated workflow that enables people to work together more efficiently to produce high-performing products on time and on budget, even when at scale.

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March 11, 2020

Automatic conversion of optical designs into CAD parts accelerates manufacturability

Automatic conversion of optical designs into CAD parts accelerates manufacturability

As you may know, Zemax recently launched a new product called OpticsBuilder, which enables CAD users — such as mechanical engineers and optomechanical engineers — to develop better products more quickly and with greater design fidelity. OpticsBuilder does this by helping users convert optical designs more efficiently, analyze how their packaging impacts optical performance, and create optical drawings for export to manufacturing. In this blog post, we showcase one of the features that’s getting a lot of positive attention, namely the flawless conversion of lens design data from OpticStudio into native CAD parts in OpticsBuilder.

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March 10, 2020

Zemax Names Ove E. Schuett as Chief Revenue Officer

Zemax Names Ove E. Schuett as Chief Revenue Officer

Experienced sales and business development professional brings a wealth of knowledge to Zemax

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