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ZEISS INSPECT Correlate, Optical 3D, X-Ray

The ultimate software for product development

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Complete acquisition, evaluation and reporting software suite in a single environment

Measure strain, 3D displacement, 3D deformation, velocity, acceleration, and so much more!

Enabling product development metrology

Whether you need Digital Image Correlation, Live Photogrammetry, 3D scanning, inspection, and reporting, it's all done in one place. You can do all this and much more with a single software interface. Say hi to ZEISS INSPECT CORRELATE.

You can also look inside CT data of your part and analyze geometries, voids, or internal structures and assembly situations with ZEISS INSPECT X-Ray.

Use ZEISS INSPECT for simple or complex inspection tasks for your entire inspection process - from capturing the part to be inspected, mesh processing, CAD import, required form and position calculations to trend analysis, digital assembly, or proprietary inspection.

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You can start using ZEISS INSPECT today. You read that right, you can use any camera and start doing Digital Image Correlation today!

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Full-Field and Point-Based Evaluation

A stochastic contrast pattern is applied to the specimen for full-field measuring results and reference point markers are used for point-based measurements. Both evaluation methods can be used together within one measurement.

GOM software showing a stochastic comparison pattern and reference point markers on a complex part for point-based measurements

Digital Image Correlation

Digital image correlation (DIC) is an optical, non-contact method to measure 3D coordinates to evaluate motion and deformation in 3D space, and the determination of surface strain. Stochastic patterns and/or reference point markers are used to measure 3D coordinates with subpixel accuracy.

Digital image correlation triangulation in the GOM Correlate software using a stochastic pattern

Strain, 3D Displacement, and 3D Deformation

The software provides strain values, such as major and minor strain or strain in X- and Y-direction. Point groups, so-called components, can be defined from the individual measuring points. The software can identify these over the entire time course of the test. This enables the accurate computation of displacements, velocities, and accelerations in three dimensions.

digital image correlation 3D strain map data on a plastic part

Six Degrees of Freedom (6DoF)

Local coordinate systems can be attached to components and move in-unison, enabling 6DoF analysis. You can determine the translational and rotational motions of any component in relationship to each other or as absolute motions in all directions in space.

Gom correlate software features 6 degrees of freedom (6dof) analysis excavator


Display the position through all stages of the project recording for individual points, point groups, local coordinate systems and construction elements, and more. Get an accurate and holistic picture of your test in minutes.

A 3D strain map of a car windshield impact test trajectory using GOM correlate software

Velocity and Acceleration

Easily derive velocity and acceleration from the 3D coordinates with built-in checks. Or go further and check complex tangential accelerations along a curved trajectory!

Gom Correlate software features velocity, acceleration, and displacement on a car door slam test

Rigid Body Motion Compensation (RBMC)

Using our unique function “Transform By Component”, a RBMC can be carried out. The relative motion of a reference component with respect to another component is then analyzed to eliminate sensor motion or measure local buckling and warpage! 

Gom Correlate software features full-field and point based evaluation on metal car part

eLearning and classroom training

Whether as eLearning or in a classroom training: Visit the GOM Training Center to learn everything you need to know about the ZEISS INSPECT.

Among other things, you will learn about the benefits of parametric inspection or create trend analysis, statistical process controls, and user-defined templates. In the Inspection Basic Training - 3D Metrology, for example, participants learn how to inspect 3D measuring data in the ZEISS INSPECT, including inspection planning, alignment methods, or report generation.

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Tested high precision

The accuracy of the Zeiss Inspect Correlate and Zeiss Inspect Correlate Professional evaluation software has been tested by the institution "Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)" and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) by comparison with reference results. The Zeiss Inspect software was classified in the category with the smallest measurement deviations (class 1).

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If you need to do 3D analysis or want to test the advanced software functionality, you can also start a 14-day trial free of charge whenever you want with no contractual obligation. Simply install the ZEISS INSPECT and click on "Test Professional".

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