Automation Meets Interferometry
Andrew W. Fanning and David R. Fladd
With today's variety of interferometer applications, it is difficult for standard interferometry software to support the needs of many businesses. The ideal analysis or result is frequently unavailable or requires a multistep manual process to calculate.
If you must repeatedly make the same measurements using a multistep approach or very specific, defined procedures (e.g., ISO 9000), the process can be time-consuming and prone to human error...