ASAP stands for Advanced Systems Analysis Program and is used to stimulate optical systems in the field of optical engineering. The Advanced Systems Analysis Program can be used to send both coherent and incoherent light sources. Advanced Systems Analysis Program can also be used to study, check and otherwise analyze a vast array of data relating to light and optics.
ASAP used a non sequential ray tracing engine which is well regarded and respected throughout the industry of optics for its speed, its quality and its effectiveness. ASAP can be used to create and model detailed and advanced imaging and illumination systems and it can also be used to create light-concentrating devices.
ASAP works with the Microsoft Windows Operating System and includes a huge number of features, including the ability to optimize optical systems, perform numerical and graphical analysis, write ASAP specific GTX files and much more. This is a professional software application with a specific use in a specific industry, it was created to be used by professionals in the field of advanced optics and amateurs and individuals will find few uses for it.