New Downloadable Free Trial Version of MountainsMap 6 Surface Imaging and Analysis Software

(Nanowerk News) Digital Surf, the provider of surface metrology software, announced that a new free trial version of its recently released MountainsMap® 6 software can be downloaded from its web site MountainsMap® 6 provides modular surface imaging and analysis solutions dedicated to instrument families including confocal microscopes, white light interferometers, scanning probe microscopes, and 2D/3D profilometers. There is also a universal solution for sites with instruments belonging to more than one family.
MountainsMap 6's desktop publishing environment makes it easy to create visual surface metrology reports on measured surfaces and regions of interest
MountainsMap® 6's desktop publishing environment makes it easy to create visual surface metrology reports on measured surfaces and regions of interest.
The MountainsMap® 6 software includes everything needed to visualize and analyze measured surfaces in 3D and to create detailed surface metrology reports in accordance with the latest standards and methods, including the new ISO 25178 standard on 3D areal surface texture. Based upon industry-standard Mountains Technology®, it has a friendly desktop publishing user environment and its native 64-bit code makes optimal use of multicore processors.
"The new downloadable software will give users of surface metrology instruments that are not already equipped with Mountains Technology® software the opportunity to try MountainsMap® directly with their own measurement data," stated François Blateyron, Chief Operations Officer of Digital Surf.
About Digital Surf
Digital Surf, founded in 1989, is a leading provider of imaging and analysis software for surface metrology instruments including confocal microscopes, optical interferometric microscopes, scanning probe microscopes and 2D/3D profilometers. Imaging and analysis software based on Digital Surf's Mountains Technology® is integrated by leading instrument manufacturers and is used in thousands of laboratories and industrial facilities working in numerous sectors including aerospace, automotive, cosmetics, energy, MEMS, materials research, medical, metallurgy, nanostructures, optics, paper, PCB, plastics, polymers, printing, semiconductor, etc. For more information, visit Digital Surf's web site:
Source: Digital Surf (press release)
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