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Six best practices for optical product design teams

Available On Demand Until June 12, 2019

Optical product development managers often face challenges in bringing projects to the finish line—on time and on budget. A modern approach to your design process can drastically improve your chances for success, improving optical performance, cutting your product development time dramatically, and reducing costs. By following six best practices in optical product development, teams developing cutting-edge optical products—from virtual reality to autonomous vehicles—can gain an enormous competitive advantage.

In this webinar, we’ll examine how you can:
   • Remain open to an evolving development plan
   • Using iterative—not linear—design processes
   • Experiment with smaller batches for faster feedback
   • Quantify the cost of delays and factoring it into your decisions
   • Make information flows visible
   • Experiment early, rapidly, and frequently





Mark Nicholson, CEO, Zemax

Mark Nicholson leads a global team that develops optical product design software and supports more 7,500 customers in 80 countries across industries including aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, medical/life sciences, and virtual reality. Zemax Virtual Prototyping enables optical and mechanical engineers to analyze and validate complete product designs before manufacturing. Zemax Virtual Prototyping tools include OpticStudio®, the leading optical design software, and LensMechanix®, the best application for packaging optical systems in CAD software. Mark holds a PhD in Plasma Spectroscopy from Imperial College, University of London and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics, also from Imperial College.

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