Altair Expands Offering to Include Illumination Design & Analysis Software

Lambda Research Corporation joins Altair Partner Alliance.

Lambda Research Corporation joins Altair Partner Alliance.

Desk lamp irradiance. Image courtesy of Altair.

Altair welcomes Lambda Research Corporation to the Altair Partner Alliance (APA). Via its partner alliance, Altair offers on-demand, complementary access to a broad spectrum of software applications from over 55 companies. Altair’s customers can leverage a range of software tools from a centralized source, the company reports.

Lambda’s TracePro is used in a broad range of industries. Almost any application that uses light can use TracePro’s design, analysis, optimization and virtual prototyping capabilities. TracePro can be applied to lighting, consumer electronics, automotive, aerospace, defense, medical and energy industries.

“We are pleased to offer this tool to our customers as part of our new partnership with Lambda,” says Uwe Schramm, chief technical officer, Altair. “Light and optics simulation has become more and more important and this offering will round out our multi-physics portfolio.”

TracePro is an illumination and non-imaging optical design and analysis program with an easy-to-use graphical interface. Its solid modeling, Monte Carlo ray tracing, and optimization features make it useful for illumination designers and optical analysts, according to Altair.

There will be an introductory webinar for TracePro on February 28 at 10 a.m. EST. 

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