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OPTIS_SPEOS_CAA_V5_Based_v2017 _Manual_training_download_torrent

OPTIS_SPEOS_CAA_V5_Based_v2017 _Manual_training_download_torrent

SPEOS is the only optical solution integrated in your CAD software: CATIA V5, NX, Creo, and SOLIDWORKS.

At OPTIS, we know that optical simulation cannot be completely separated from the mechanical design world, because optics impacts on so many parts of the overall design process. Every simulation must be included in the CAD/CAM package, to consider the interactions of photons with mechanical geometries.


You can thus work with SPEOS at any stage of your design process to:

  • Better understand and control the behavior of light in your product
  • Easily improve your product to ensure its efficiency and compliance to standards

The intuitive approach of the SPEOS interface, associated with its advanced features, makes it easy to use for experts as well as non-specialists in optics, in a wide range of industries.

SPEOS improves the speed of design and rendering of optical and optoelectronic devices such as vehicle lights, displays, and cameras. Engineering designers can now model complex integrated mechanical and optical engineering tasks seamlessly with their CAD software.

Gain time and quality with High Performance Computing

SPEOS virtual simulation is largely used in industry today and it has a great impact on work habits: It allows users to explore and evaluate all any idea, faster than ever. The consequence, is an increasing demand for computing resources.

Imagine you can now obtain your simulation results within minutes instead of hours? What will be the impact on your design process?

This is now done! With no compromise on quality, SPEOS is now fully compatible with High Performance Computation! You distribute SPEOS calculation on several computers using “on Premises” or “in the Cloud” clusters.

In line with industrial timeframes, you can take full advantage

Choosing material textures has never been so easy

To assess your design, you need to experience different materials. Color is important and texture is key: grained, brushed, veined, there are more than 400 words to describe a texture. Texture will inspire your design and help to avoid bad surprises, like a dangerous reflection on the windshield of a car.

OPTIS has always been a leader in simulating materials. Thanks to “texture mapping” you can simulate the exact effect and the perception of textured materials.