This first tutorial gives you an overview of the graphical user interface including 3D view, explorer and reporting. It briefly introduces all major software concepts.
2D/3D images – independent of the system
Point-based and full-field measurements
For strain, 3D displacement, 3D deformation as well as velocity and acceleration
|CPU||Intel Core i3|
|RAM||4 GB RAM|
|Operating System||Windows 7 SP1 64 Bit with current security updates|
|Graphics board||OpenGL-compatible graphics board|
(NVIDA quadro for optimized hardware rendering)
Get the free GOM Correlate and GOM Correlate Professional (Trial) via one download link. GOM Correlate is free of charge and available to you as long as you like. For GOM Professional (Trial): There is no contractual commitment, the trial period ends automatically after 30 days.
The free software is available in the following languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Polish and Japanese.
Comparison of GOM Correlate and GOM Correlate Professional
|Digital Image Correlation|
|Import/Export Measuring Data (ASCII, STL, PSL, PLY, CT Data)|
|CAD Import Formats (IGES, STEP, PLY …)|
|Alignments, Local Coordinate Systems|
|Full-Field and Point-Based Evaluation|
|Strain, 3D Displacement and 3D Deformation|
|Six Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) and Relative 6 DoF Analysis|
|Velocity and Acceleration|
|Improved Representation of Deformations in the 3D View|
|Teaching by Doing||PRO|
|Customization with Templates (e.g. Project Templates)||PRO|
|Open Data Architecture||PRO|
|Timeline: Creation of Image Stages via 2D/3D Import||PRO|
Highlights of new software version
The accuracy of the GOM Correlate and GOM Correlate Professional evaluation software has been tested and certified by the institution "Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)" and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) by comparison with reference results. The GOM software was classified in the category with the smallest measurement deviations (class 1).