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ASAP 2013

ASAP is the time-proven standard in optical software, offering unmatched capability, flexibility, speed, and accuracy. ASAP will accurately predict the real-world performance of virtually any optical system:

Automotive Lighting
Bio-Optic Systems
Imaging Systems
Wave Optics
Design and analyze imaging and illumination systems with CAD interoperability

ASAP® is powered by the ASAP non-sequential ray-tracing engine — known throughout the optics industry for its accuracy and efficiency. Rays can encounter surfaces in any order and any number of times, with automatic ray splitting. Optimized for speed, ASAP will trace millions of rays in minutes.

Use ASAP to model complex imaging systems, illumination systems, and light-concentrating devices. Create highly accurate source models using source images, point sources, ray grids, and fans. Model incandescent bulbs, LEDs, CCFLs, and HID arc lamps, or import from the BRO Light Source Library. Perform the analyses necessary to validate your designs without experimental prototyping.

Customers in need of CAD software solutions may also purchase a license of SolidWorks® 3D CAD software to complement their ASAP optical software solution. Multiple configurations of SolidWorks Parts, Assemblies, and Drawings are available. SolidWorks is an intuitive 3D-design environment optimized for use with ASAP. Write ASAP geometry files from within SolidWorks, import XML files, or use BRO\’s proprietary smartIGES™ system to import system models from SolidWorks and other CAD packages while maintaining fast, efficient ray-tracing speed.

ASAP includes a distributed-processing capability allowing you to complete big design jobs in a fraction of the time required by other tools — spawn up to 5 additional ASAP sessions on your Local Area Network (LAN), without leaving your desk.
Key ASAP Features

NEW Run ASAP on 64-bit Windows Vista/7 Business and Ultimate Editions
NEW Model both TIR and scatter at rough surface interfaces
NEW Define nonlinear system object arrays using the ARRAY command
NEW Create Abg (linear-shift invariant) and K-Correlation scatter models
ENHANCED Use sources by Bridgelux, Cree, Lumileds, Nichia, and OSRAM
Build system models requiring large numbers of objects and sources
Model optical and mechanical system components
Model imaging systems, illumination systems, and light-concentrating devices
Model visible, ultraviolet, and infrared radiation in optical systems
Model surface (BRDF) and volume scatter (pre-defined or custom)
Model radiometry of complex systems, including radiance
Visualize, analyze, and monitor light distributions using conformal radiometry
Render system geometry, raytraces, and light sources
Perform numerical and graphical CIE/Chromaticity analyses
Optimize optical systems with the ASAP Optimization interface
Save, review, and resume optimizations in progress with ASAP .osf files
Tolerance optical systems in the ASAP Builder interface or scripts
Import measured source data such as Radiant Sources™
Import/Export Photometric Data in EULUMDAT and IES LM-63-02
Import data from images using the BRO Digitizer™
Use SolidWorks 3D CAD software with ASAP (license optional)
Write ASAP-specific GTX files from within SolidWorks
Assign object and layer names in SolidWorks
Write ASAP-specific IGES files from within Rhinoceros®
Import/Export IGES files using the ASAP smartIGES translator
Import geometry and optical properties using the XML file format
Integrate scripts in Python, VBscript, Jscript, and other languages
Use pre-defined LED, CCFL, incandescent, and arc sources
Drag-and-drop sources, lenses, glasses, scatter models, and coatings
Begin your simulation with one of 600+ example files
Perform distributed processing tasks using the enhanced REMOTE
Create your own custom workspace within ASAP
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