HQ & R&D: Besançon, France
Sales: Paris, France & Tokyo, Japan
TECHNOLOGY LEADER IN SURFACE IMAGING & METROLOGY SOFTWARE
Founded in 1989, Digital Surf is a leading provider of surface imaging and metrology software for visualizing and analyzing microscale and nanoscale surfaces. The company’s Mountains® software (running under Windows) was launched in 1996 and new versions are released at regular intervals.
MOUNTAINS® SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS FOR NUMEROUS IMAGING & METROLOGY INSTRUMENTS
• CONFOCAL & INTERFEROMETRIC MICROSCOPES
• 3D & 2D CONTACT AND NON-CONTACT PROFILOMETERS
• ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPES AND OTHER SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPES (MFM, STM, SNOM, etc.).
• SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPES (SEM)
• RAMAN & FTIR SPECTROMETERS
• OTHER IMAGING & METROLOGY SYSTEMS
VISUALIZING SURFACE DATA & TURNING IT INTO ANALYSIS REPORTS
Working with these instruments Digital Surf’s Mountains® software makes it possible to visualize surface data, to analyze it and to create detailed and accurate surface metrology reports. Mountains® software also combines surface topography data and images obtained using different instruments to facilitate correlative studies.
A REFERENCE IN RESEARCH & INDUSTRY
Now an industry standard, Mountains® software has been integrated by over 20 leading instrument manufacturers and has a worldwide installed base of over 10,000 software licenses. It is used in numerous sectors including aerospace, automotive, coatings, cosmetics, data storage, energy, life sciences…
Digital Surf’s multidisciplinary team of professional metrologists and software engineers are committed to integrating the latest standards and methods and to introducing innovative solutions that expand the horizons of surface imaging and metrology.
In 2003, Digital Surf initiated its Mount Shasta technical cooperation programme. Today ten internationally reputed laboratories in the USA, Europe and Asia are programme partners. Their cutting edge applications and feedback stimulate the evolution of Mountains® software.
Digital Surf is an active member of the ISO/TC 213 committee responsible for defining international standards on areal surface texture and advanced filtering techniques.