Zemax is an optical and mechanical design software and services company founded in 1991 by Dr. Ken Moore. Our industry-leading products, OpticStudio and LensMechanix, help scientists, engineers, researchers, and students turn their optical and illumination systems ideas into rea...
Zemax is an optical and mechanical design software and services company founded in 1991 by Dr. Ken Moore. Our industry-leading products, OpticStudio and LensMechanix, help scientists, engineers, researchers, and students turn their optical and illumination systems ideas into reality. We touch nearly every optical system manufactured today, including cell phone cameras, autonomous-vehicle sensor systems, and intraocular lenses - even imaging systems for the Mars Rover. The cornerstones of our success are rock-solid physics architecture, a culture of excellence and innovation, and the insistence on listening to our customers. We deliver unmatched value in the industry and have the largest, most passionate user base in the industry.
Zemax Virtual Prototyping harnesses the power of OpticStudio and LensMechanix to streamline the workflow between optical and mechanical engineers. Whether developing a drone to patrol fishing waters or a microscope for high-resolution brain imaging, engineers can catch errors early in product development by creating virtual prototypes. Results from leading companies have been remarkable, with reduced headaches, accelerated time to market, and higher profitability.
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Get Optical Products to Market Faster Using Modern Virtual Prototyping
Companies developing cutting-edge optical products—from virtual reality to autonomous vehicles—can gain an enormous competitive advantage by getting their products to market ahead of their competitors. This first-to-market strategy is putting increased pressure on product development schedules. One of the biggest challenges is repeated failed physical prototypes, which often cause design delays and significant unplanned expenses. Better coordination between optical and mechanical engineers is critical to removing this roadblock.