Relying on physics to get very accurate simulations

Why are OPTIS simulation close to reality at 99.5%?

August 25th, 2017 | OPTIS group

Accuracy

The accuracy of the OPTIS software results has been certified by all CIE 171: 2006 tests, according to a methodology comparing simulations with experimental tests. OPTIS is committed to providing their customers with the best quality products and always strive for the best teams and partners.

What is the CIE Certification?

  • The certification is issued by the International Commission on Illumination (CIE) 
  • It is written by technical committee including 25 lighting experts 
  • It consists of a combination of 17 test cases and 1800 assessments based on analytical calculation and experimental measurements 
  • It assesses the accuracy of lighting computer programs.

SPEOS: the promise of ultra-realistic simulation

 

Thanks to its perfect physics based simulation of light - ruled by optical laws - the SPEOS technology is used by most of the today’s industries: car paints and interiors, aircraft cockpits, control rooms, passenger cabins, jewelry, electronics, etc.

 

SPEOS simulates the human vision within a virtual illuminated environment, and get ultra-realistic visualization images of what a person will see. Thanks to this simulation, you can easily maximize the visibility and readability of information, improve comfort and safety, and even more, optimize perceived quality.

 

SPEOS then reproduces the human vision within a virtual illuminated environment, to get ultra-realistic trustworthy mock-ups. Thanks to the software simulations, the industry players can easily maximize the visibility and readability of information, improve comfort and safety, and even more, optimize the perceived quality of their future products.

 

Simply create a digital mockup of your system and turn the light on!

SPEOS generates the exact visual aspect of any product - as the end-user will see it - thanks to OPTIS realistic physiological human vision model. Although to make sure SPEOS is physically correct and perfectly reflects the reality, each SPEOS release is tested against CIE 171:2006 test cases.