OPUS is an easy-to-use, but powerful, all-in-one spectroscopy software. It includes the most comprehensive collection of data acquisition, processing, and evaluation functions and can be completely configured to meet your needs. With extended user settingsand management features, the access rights in OPUS are completely customizable.
Additional OPUS packages for routine measurements and evaluations can be added as required:
OPUS/LAB is an intuitive and easy-to-use software interface for conducting routine analysis tasks. The software guides you through the workflow from the measurement to the evaluation result and report.
OPUS/IDENT offers reliable identification of all raw materials with one hierarchical library. Method setup including statistical evaluation, internal validation and use of the identification library, can be performed in a few easy steps.
OPUS/CONFO determines the conformity of a given material by looking at the spectral variation between different lots of materials which have been determined acceptable for the manufacturing process and an unknown sample at each spectral data point.
The OPUS/QUANT2 software for multivariate calibration and validation is based on the common algorithm PLS (Partial Least Squares). The setup includes many useful plots, statistics and tools making your method development less time consuming and an automated optimization tool to find the parameters for the potentially best model.
The Multi Evaluation functionality in the OPUS software allows the combination of various evaluation functions as well as the calculation of formulae using OPUS/QUANT2 predictions.
All methods created on the MPA are fully reproducible and transferable to other comparably equipped Bruker Optics spectrometers - even for online applications - due to the superior mechanical precision and outstanding stability of our instruments
The ONET software is a web based application to setup, administrate and control a network of FT-NIR instruments from anywhere in the world. All data measured locally on the spectrometers are pooled and centrally stored.