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In recent years, the optical industry has gradually transformed from a mass-manufactured, low-cost-oriented business model to innovative applications, such as automotive optics, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and mobile devices.

In response to the development trend of the optoelectronic industry, our annual optical event will share the latest solutions for the most popular lighting, imaging, lens design, and automotive optics. Domain Experts invited from Synopsys Optical Solutions Group and application engineers from CYBERNET company will give you instant insight of the up-to-date optoelectronic technology.

This event is free of charge and brought to you by CYBERNET SYSTEMS and Synopsys. 

Date/ Time/ Venue

18-JUN-2019(Tuesday)
09:30-17:30
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia

 

 

 

Agenda 

Time

Topic

Speaker

09:30-10:00

Registration

 

10:00-10:20

Greeting & CYBERNET introduction

Hirokazu Tsuneki,
CYBERNET SYSTEMS

10:20-11:00

Synopsys Optical Solutions Group Today and Tomorrow

The Synopsys Optical Solutions Group has a long history of providing industry-leading optical design software across a wide range of applications. In this talk we will briefly discuss the company and it’s history. We will then discuss our different product lines including: CODE V, LightTools, LucidShape, RSoft and our newest addition Phoenix PIC Design software. We will also talk about future developments for each of the software lines.

Dr. Jake Jacobsen,
Optical Solutions Group, Synopsys

11:00-11:30

Choosing the Right Illumination Design Software

Dr. Jake Jacobsen,
Optical Solutions Group, Synopsys

11:30-12:00

Synopsys’ CODE V Optical Design Software Strengths

In this presentation, you will see the key strengths in CODE V for designing modern optical systems. You will learn about the speed and accuracy of the results of CODE V, and features that enable CODE V users in many of the world’s most advanced technology companies to create state-of-the-art systems for imaging optics.

Dr. Matt Novak,
Optical Solutions Group, Synopsys

12:10-13:30

Lunch

 

13:30-14:10

Freeform Design in LightTools

The use of freeform optics is becoming more common and more critical to optical designs. LightTools has a unique, advanced Freeform Design tool. This tool allows users to quickly design freeform reflectors and lenses to meet a wide variety applications. In this talk we will review the capabilities and usage of the Freeform Designer including the new distortion correction tool that allows users to compensate for intervening optics such as projection lenses, fixture covers and turn mirrors. The talk will include a number of live demonstrations.

Dr. Jake Jacobsen,
Optical Solutions Group, Synopsys

14:10-14:50

Wall Grazing Case Study
-Freeform Design Feature (FFD)
-Parameter Sensitivity Analyzer (PSA)

Felix Cheng,
CYBERNET SYSTEMS

14:50-15:20

LucidShape Products Introduction

We will talk about LucidShape products family that developed by Synopsys .inc. LucidShape is good at Illuminar and Automotive lamps design, LucidShape CAA V5 Based is Dassault CATIA V5 integrated version, and LucidDrive is a tool to verify that a car driver can get a safe view at night time.

Masafumi Kobayashi,
CYBERNET SYSTEMS

15:20-15:50

Break

 

15:50-16:20

Automotive Heads-Up Display Design in CODE V

In this presentation, you will learn about the design and modeling of an example Head-Up Display (HUD) in CODE V. The HUD system is shown for use in an automotive application, but the details are similar for HUD design in general, and the design details show unique capabilities available for designers using CODE V.

Dr. Matt Novak,
Optical Solutions Group, Synopsys

16:20-16:50

Automotive Headlamp case study by LucidShape

We use a headlamp case study (low beam/high beam) to demonstrate how LucidShape can meet these demands by providing:
  -Optical design functionality
  -Various simulation methods and high-performance ray tracing
  -Extensive analysis/troubleshooting capabilities

Tomoaki Otani,
CYBERNET SYSTEMS

16:50-17:20

Pixel Light Design and Analysis in CODE V

In this presentation, you will see an overview of pixel light projection, and the design of a lens projection system in CODE V. You will see results of CODE V optimization of the optical system and for analyzing the performance of a representative pixel light lens projection system.

Dr. Matt Novak,
Optical Solutions Group, Synopsys

17:20-17:30

Q&A

 


Registration 
 
Please complete the registration form below by June 14.

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Notes
  • This is a pre-registered event. We do not accept on-site registration. 
  • Please do not forge the identity of others to register. we reserve the right to review the final qualification.
  • The deadline for registration of this event is Jun 14. However, considering the registration status, we may stop the registration prior to the deadline or postpone it.
  • If you can not attend the event, you may assign another person to participate the event by informing us no later than Jun 14.
  • We will send a pre-conference notice by e-mail 3-5 days prior to the event to show your eligibility. 
  • The organizer reserves the right to change the order, content and related matters of the agenda.
  • If the event coincides with the irresistible factors of natural disasters, we reserve the right to adjust the activities and will notify you separately. 

 

CYBERNET SYSTEMS  has long been dedicated to providing advanced system development and integrated solutions to support local companies and government lab projects.

Inheriting the experiences from CYBERNET SYSTEMS located in Tokyo Japan, we have successfully implemented the cutting-edge engineering development environment and prospective market trend to the customers in automotive, optics, new energy, electro-mechanics and commercial equipment industries.

We are confident to provide customers a complete solution from design to mass production, helping you to solve the most difficult challenges that you may encounter when dealing with complex multi-domain systems analysis and simulation with one try.

 

 



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