Jun 29, 2021

OPTIX JSC Accelerates Time-to-Build and Streamlines Design Scheme Development with OpticsBuilder and OpticStudio!

Category: Product News

Throughout the optics manufacturing industry, pressure is mounting to shorten development cycles without sacrificing quality. In a rapidly changing marketplace, competitive pressure forces companies to change production methods and find ways to improve collaboration that decreases time-to-build while maintaining or improving product quality. 

Recently OPTIX JSC found itself in just this position. Founded in 1998 in Panagyurishte, Bulgaria, OPTIX JSC builds and distributes optical assemblies and integrated optical solutions for various markets. Its current lens offerings for observational daylight cameras are based on a 50+-year-old optical design US patent that applies to products like the 1/2.8-inch chip in the Sony IMX290/291 LQR square pixel array color-complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor image sensor. 

Optical designers and optomechanical engineers at OPTIX JSC combined their skills to create excellent results, but their workflow needed improvement. To stay competitive and keep pace with the industry trends toward shorter production cycles, the company looked for ways to invest in technology to help them safely and intuitively streamline their design and development workflows. 

To read more details about how OPTIX JSC used OpticStudio and OpticsBuilder to meet their optical design requirements, click the below link.  

To learn more about Zemax optical design software, contact Zemax Sales.  

OPTIX JSC designs, produces, and markets a series of thermal imaging and night vision devices, day scopes, and integrated systems for strategic surveillance and security. The company offers a portfolio of innovative solutions for the sectors of security, nature protection, sport's hunting optics, medicine, and industrial applications. OPTIX JSC follows certified quality standards, making them the preferable partner for optical, mechanical, and electronic assemblies and elements.