What is aramis software?

ARAMIS is a non-contact and material-independent measuring system based on Digital Image Correlation and Photogrammetry. It offers a stable solution for full-field and point-based analyses of test objects of just a few millimeters up to structural components of several meters in size.

What is aramis dt?

Complete Materials and Components Testing Package for Teaching and Training. “ARAMIS for Education” is a complete package for theoretical and practical teaching at vocational schools, higher education institutions and universities.

What is GOM in manufacturing?

GOM, a company of the ZEISS Group, specializes in industrial 3D coordinate measuring technology, 3D computed tomography and 3D testing. The company helps customers worldwide to increase product quality, optimize processes and thus produce more efficiently.

What is a GOM Scan?

GOM Scan 1 is an optical 3D fringe projection scanner. It captures the complete surface of components with blue fringe projection and delivers detailed resolution in no time.

What is GOM correlate?

GOM Correlate is a software package for digital image correlation (DIC) and 3D motion analysis in materials and components testing. The software is used for the determination of material properties as well as for the validation and optimization of numerical simulations.

How does GOM work?

GOM’s projection technology works with narrow-band blue light, which means that interfering ambient light can be filtered out during image acquisition. The light sources are so powerful that even on non-cooperative surfaces measuring data is captured.

Who is the GOM?

abbreviation for. Grand Old Man: used to describe an old and respected person or institution.

How does structured light scanning work?

Structured Light Scanners: technology, benefits and limitations. This technology also uses trigonometric triangulation but works by projecting a pattern of light onto the object to scan and not a laser line (or dot). The pattern is projected on the object using an LCD projector or some other source of stable light.