Measurement instruments for aspherical and free form optical surfaces
Project ID:TA03010893
Provider:Technological Agency of the Czech Republic
Period:Jan 01, 2013 - Dec 31, 2016
Principal Investigator:Ing. Vít Lédl, Ph.D.

Aims of the project: The project is aimed at R & D of systems and technologies for measuring of the shape of aspherical and free form optical surfaces. Intended measuring systems will be constructed regarding the contemporary requirements of the industry. In the course of development, the latest design of the optical system will be applied and modern optoelectronic elements will be used. Crutial pursuit embracing all planned activities is to shift the overall concept of devices in accordance with modern trends from the idea of very precise and robust optomechanical construction to the idea of smart solution where the compensatory and calibration principles will be applied. This will be established by development of very efficient software, based on implementation of advanced mathematical and physical principles, which will assume the fundamental role while pursuing the achieving the required precision and repeatability.


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