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Optical Modeling and Virtual Prototyping for Biomedical Systems and Applications
Optical based biomedical systems can span a wide range of applications from wearables, pulse oximeters, absorption spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy, and many, many others. These systems use light sources of varying types and wavelength ranges, including UV, visible, and infrared.
Optical design and analysis programs such as TracePro, available through the Altair Partner Alliance, allow engineers and designers to design, analyze, and optimize these types of systems in a virtual environment. These allow for easy and efficient modification of the system parameters and helps to speed the design process and reduce development costs.
Optical Modeling of Automotive LiDAR Systems
The use of LiDAR systems is becoming more popular in automotive applications. Optical analysis software such as TracePro allows engineers and designers to model these systems in a virtual environment and make wise choices before producing physical prototypes. Modeling these systems can be challenging in terms of setting up the source, choosing the appropriate properties, and working with small number of rays that return to the target. In this webinar we will look at modeling LiDAR systems in TracePro including setting up the model, defining the beam, and analyzing the results. We will also look at tools to improve the sampling efficiency of the model to get better results without the need for raytracing very large numbers of rays.
EM and EDA, from Concept to Production
Altair’s portfolio of simulation-driven design solutions covers – amongst many other disciplines – electromagnetics (EM) and electronic design automation (EDA).
Simulation with Certainty
Altair solver technology helps to unleash the limitless potential of the creative mind. We seek through our technology to inspire and empower people to solve the greatest engineering challenges.
Tolerancing and its Role in Illumination and Nonsequential Optical Design
This guest contribution on the Altair Blog is written by Dave Jacobsen, Senior Application Engineer at Lambda Research Corporation and who is a member of the Altair Partner Alliance.
TracePro Showcase Video
TracePro is a powerful illumination and non-imaging optical design and analysis program with an easy-to-use graphical interface. Watch this quick introductory video on TracePro to learn more.
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Optical and Illumination Design Software by Lambda Research Corporation
Introduction to TracePro by Lambda Research Corporation
An Introductory webinar to TracePro, a powerful illumination and non-imaging optical design and analysis program with an easy-to-use graphical interface. Its solid modeling, Monte Carlo ray tracing, and optimization features make it a versatile tool for illumination designers and optical analysts.
Biomedical Applications using TracePro
Enhanced life science research and accelerated biomedical product design in a single tool
Designing LED Optical Components using TracePro
Overcome LED component modeling challenges to achieve an optimal result
Light Pipe Design using TracePro
Design intricate light pipes optimized for utility, efficiency, color, and uniformity
Luminaire Design using TracePro
Accelerate time-to-market with optimal lighting designs
Photorealistic Rendering in TracePro
Enhance optical designs with powerful visualization and photorealistic rendering utilities
Solar Collector Design and Analysis using TracePro
Superior solar simulation capabilities make TracePro the ideal tool for analyzing and optimizing solar collectors for both direct and indirect solar contribution
Stray Light Analysis using TracePro
Intuitive interface, enhanced Monte-Carlo simulation, path sorting and powerful utilities, make TracePro an ideal tool for stray light analysis
Backlit Display Design using TracePro
Intuitive interface and powerful analytics make TracePro an ideal tool for backlit display design
Design and Characterization of Refractive Secondary Optical Elements for a Point-focus Fresnel Lens-based High CPV System
Point-focus Fresnel lens-based High Concentrator Photovoltaic (HCPV) systems are usually equipped with refractive secondary optical elements (SOE) in order to improve their performance. Two basic SOE designs are optically modeled and simulated in this work: Domed-Kaleidoscope (D-K) with breaking-symmetry top and SILO (SIngle-Lens-Optical element).
TracePro 2D and 3D Optimization
Interactively refine your design to achieve ideal results.
Illumination Design, Analysis, and Optimization Software
Enhance Device Design and Reduce Clinical Trials Through Simulation
This biomedical webinar series highlights solutions for some of the healthcare industry's most complex challenges. Each session covers applications specific to the medical field including how to leverage multiphysics to enhance medical device design, using machine learning to optimize medical stents, improving mechatronics performance with model-based development software, leveraging additive manufacturing for the design of implants, and using optical modeling for biomedical systems and applications.