Ophir Spiricon Europe, headquartered in Darmstadt (Germany), is part of the Ophir Photonics group, a brand of MKS Instruments.
The company distributes, repairs and recalibrates a complete line of precision laser beam measurement equipment such as power and energy meters
by Ophir as well as beam profilers and beam propagation analyzers by Spiricon/Photon.
Dedicated solutions for additive manufacturing, industrial high power applications and LED measurement round off the portfolio.
The optics design expert has been operating successfully in the market for about 20 years. Starting as engineering service provider, opsira established as full-service provider including the design of optical systems, the development of customized optical measurement systems as well as high-tech products in the fields of photometry, spectrometry and goniometry. opsira’s in-house lightlabs measure optical characteristics of products and components to ensure high quality of luminaires and light sources. The company has about 20 employees and focuses on general lighting, automotive, signal and medical lighting.
OPTIS is the world leading software editor for the advanced scientific simulation and visualization of lighting, materials and human vision within a Virtual Reality environment. Its solutions allow designers, ergonomists and engineers to simulate and optimize lighting performance, product appearance, perceived quality and visual brand identity and meet regulation, in a fully-immersive environment.
OPTIS CAD embedded solutions are fully integrated into your design process. OPTIS 3D High End Simulations allow you to experience your future product in a virtual reality center using a physics based approach that ensures safety and quality and enhance visual signature of your products. With these tools, simply enjoy working in a collaborative environment at any stage of your product life cycle, from design to engineering, to marketing. Optimize the development time and cost thanks to the OPTIS’ flexible and efficient software tool set.
OPTIS makes it possible to simulate the spectral radiation of the source which will illuminate the colored object. Depending on its color, the object will return only part of the light and it’s this light/object combination that results in the final color of the product. It’s precisely this phenomenon that we reproduce in our solutions, and the reason why we can say that the results you get with our software are “physically correct”. OPTIS software is the only approach to date that guarantee the ultra-realistic color of an object.