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Digital Surf Unveils Mountains 10 – Most Comprehensive Version To Date

Digital Surf has announced the release of its tenth major version of the company’s Mountains software analysis platform for surface metrology & microscopy. Mountains software is trusted by over fifty leading instrument manufacturers and over 22,000 users.

Mountains version 10 highlights include:

New product family for users of light microscopes: MountainsImage providing a complete toolkit for pre-processing and analyzing image data. The new line includes tools for enhancement, measurement, luminance histograms, color inversion, conversion to monochrome, particle analysis including color segmentation, fiber analysis and image contour analysis.

New job-specific Lens Analysis module: Allows the study of aspheric optical surfaces and profiles in applications from many industries including imaging systems, sensors and lasers.

Improvement of features for Automation: Key in today’s fast-paced industrial and research environments a new Automation tab now groups together Mountains productivity functions such as document templates for processing of large batches of measured data, user-defined analysis recipes (known as Minidocs) and customization options allowing customers to work faster.

CAD compare on Shell data (freeform surfaces): Users can now compare measured Shell data with CAD models and access full surface texture analysis on this kind of dataset.

New product for spectral analysis MountainsSpectral Analyze: For users working with spectra only, including automatic peak detection and fitting and parameter map generation.

I addition the recently-released Fiber analysis tool has been extended to all product families including those designed for topography analysis.

“In the ever-evolving surface metrology & microscopy industries, Digital Surf remains dedicated to building the best and most up-to-date surface imaging and analysis software” said Christophe Mignot, Digital Surf CEO. “Version 10 is our most comprehensive product release yet, bridging all the remaining gaps between the various datatypes and instrument technologies we cater for: topography analysis, image analysis and spectroscopy analysis. We are very excited to deliver Mountains 10 to our users and receive their feedback.”

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