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10 Reasons to Use OpTaliX

Efficient Productivity: The logical structure of OpTaliX, its easy to use graphical interface (GUI) and its consistent command interface mean you get better results quickly and easily.

Speed: OpTaliX is an optical design program designed for optimal computational efficiency of software codes. It uses the latest and fastest compilers and software techniques available.

Analysis: Get the most information of your designs from a comprehensive suite of analysis capabilities such as geometrical and diffraction analysis, multiple tolerance analysis, transmission analysis, polarization analysis and many more.

Accuracy: OpTaliX uses double precision (64bit) internal arithmetic representation throughout the program. It has the most accurate state-of-the-art algorithms implemented without compromizing generality.

Optimization: OpTaliX provides several optimization algorithms to obtain superiour designs. Extremely flexible methods for building custom error functions allow you to solve virtually any optimization problem.

Example Designs: Get easily started with with more than 500 designs from publications and patent literature and more than 8000 catalog lenses.

Compatibility: OpTaliX interfaces easily in both ways (import and export) with other optical design and thin film packages so that you can collaborate with others or examine designs regardless of the program used.

Quality: Count on stability and accuracy. OpTaliX is thoroughly tested as we routinely use it in our daily design work. Test cases are developed in parallel with code and beta tests are held at selected customer sites.

Support: Expect answers to your problem within 24 hours. Reported bugs will be immediately fixed and made available for download. Our support does not expire, even if you have not upgraded to the latest version.

Experience: OpTaliX is made from optical designers and it incorporates 25 years of experience in practical lens design, optical engineering and software development.