GOM Metrology

GOM Metrology

3D Testing

3D Testing

Measure deformations in real time

The ARAMIS product portfolio comprises sensors for dynamic measurements of 3D coordinates, 3D displacements and 3D surface strain. Based on triangulation, the systems provide precise 3D coordinates for full-field and point-based measurements.

ARAMIS 3D Camera determination of material properties

Optical 3D Motion and Strain Analysis

Ideally suited for product development, materials research and component testing 

The analyses provide information on material characteristics and the behavior of components under load. These results form the basis for product durability, geometrical layout, reliable numerical simulations and their validation. 

ARAMIS 3D Camera surface measurement

Fast and easy test procedure

ARAMIS sensors measure statically or dynamically loaded specimens and parts by using a contact-free and material-independent method based on the principle of digital image correlation (DIC) – without time-consuming and expensive preparations of the test object. 

ARAMIS 3D Camera car motor

High-precision measurements of small and large objects

The system offers stable solutions for the analysis of specimens of just a few millimeters up to structural components of several meters. The measuring resolution reaches down to the submicrometer range independent of the geometry and temperature of the specimen. 

ARAMIS Adjustable surface strain measurement


Formerly known as GOM Correlate Pro, the software supports you with the analysis of movement data such as velocities, changes in angle or strains.


Metrology Stories

Determination of load limits

The British motor sport company Williams Racing uses ARAMIS SRX sensors in the development of prototypes. Optical measurement technology is used to determine the load limits of parts, select suitable materials and optimize the performance of the cars.

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Determination of load limits: Metrology Story at Williams Racing

Analysis of physical effect chains

At the Vehicle Testing Centre (FVZ) of the TU Dresden ARAMIS SRX sensors are used to carry out dynamic analyses on complete vehicles in the test bench. Emphasis is given to evaluating the interaction of the parts chassis, axles and tires.

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Overview of ARAMIS Sensor Concepts

Technical White Paper

Digital Image Correlation and Strain Computation Basics


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ARAMIS for Testing Applications

Integration into the testing environment

The associated ARAMIS Controller can be used for easy programming of user-defined measuring sequences, offers image-synchronous signal recording of external measurement signals (e.g., force), transmits analog and digital measurement values and provides numerous options for integrating the system into the testing environment.


Combining several ARAMIS sensors allows for measurements from various perspectives with different measuring areas. The measurements are captured and evaluated in one common coordinate system at the same time. 

Large measuring volume

Also for dynamic measuring of complex or large applications, ARAMIS makes it possible to evaluate, for example, the vibration behavior of individual blades of wind power plants under heavy load.

Long-term online measurement

Online component testing is used, for example, in durability tests, fatigue tests as well as in wind tunnel tests and vibration analyses. The measuring results can be viewed online or processed live by other programs. 

ARAMIS Kiosk Interface – automated check

ARAMIS Kiosk Interface is a user interface for automated evaluation of tensile tests complying with different standards. With minimized user interaction, standardized testing procedures can be carried out fast, easily and repeatable for measurement series with numerous specimens. 

Verification of numerical simulation

ARAMIS sensors provide information on material properties of parts. This data is used as input parameters for simulation computations and as reference size for optimization and verification. The ZEISS software allows importing FE data from formats including ABAQUS, LS-DYNA and ANSYS as well as aligning them to the measuring data and in space.

ARAMIS Generates Precise Data

  • 3D displacements
  • 3D deformations
  • Velocities and accelerations
  • Surface strain
  • Digital image correlation (DIC)
  • Material properties for simulation
  • Evaluation of 6 degrees of freedom (6DoF)
  • 3D coordinates
ARAMIS generates precise data

ZEISS INSPECT Correlate Software – Digital Image Correlation

The ZEISS INSPECT Correlate software provides the complete workflow from measuring data acquisition via analysis up to reporting. It combines the synchronized acquisition of images and analog data of the ARAMIS sensors with the evaluation functionality of the ZEISS INSPECT Correlate software. 

GOM Correlate Digger


Automotive Testing
Aerospace Testing
Biomechanics Testing
Identifying Operational Deflection Shapes and Mode Shapes
Materials Testing
Verification of Numerical Simulations
Determination of Forming Limit Curves
Shear Tests
High-Speed Component Testing
ARAMIS DIC and thermography
Optical 3D Metrology for Civil Engineering
High-speed Imaging meets DIC

GOM Acceptance Test 

Evidence of the quality and performance capability of most ARAMIS sensors is provided by the GOM Acceptance Test (GAT). The acceptance procedure is based on VDI standards 2634-1 and 2626 and is an integral part of the outbound delivery process. Customers receive a GAT certificate for the purchased sensor, a DAkkS certificate for the optical scale used and a detailed process description.

GOM Acceptance Test


GOM’s free ARAMIS App is the perfect app for a versatile measuring system, letting you plan measuring tasks quickly and reliably. It computes the required sensor settings, such as measuring and camera distances, and provides all the data you need for an optimum setup. You can also see which reference points and GOM Touch Probes you can use.


Optical Solution for Forming Analysis


The forming analysis system ARGUS supports the optimization of the sheet metal forming process taking into account the correct material selection and the optimization of tools. This is a decisive factor for competitiveness, particularly in the automotive industry. ARGUS provides full-field results with high local resolution for small as well as for large components. Therefore, it is ideal for numerous sheet metal forming tasks like: detection of critical deformation areas, solving complex forming problems, optimization of forming processes, verification of tools as well as verification and optimization of numerical simulations.


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