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Home > Press > Anton Paar announces new software product: Tosca™ Analysis for industrial AFM users: Powered by Digital Surf’s Mountains® technology platform

Lithographic patterns of aluminum nanoparticles on ITO coated glass
(3D view of sample generated using Tosca™ analysis software)
Lithographic patterns of aluminum nanoparticles on ITO coated glass (3D view of sample generated using Tosca™ analysis software)

Abstract:
Following the recent launch of the Tosca™ 400 atomic force microscope, the leading scientific equipment manufacturing company Anton Paar is today announcing the launch of Tosca™ analysis software, based on Digital Surf’s Mountains® surface analysis technology.

Anton Paar announces new software product: Tosca™ Analysis for industrial AFM users: Powered by Digital Surf’s Mountains® technology platform

Graz, Austria & Besançon, France | Posted on November 2nd, 2017

Specially designed for industrial users, the Tosca™ 400 comes with ToscaTM Control software for operating the AFM. Add to that new Tosca™ analysis software and users now have a complete solution for complex nano-surface analysis in a wide variety of application areas including characterization of semiconductor properties and investigation of polymer chains.

Main features include:

Real-time 3D multi-channel imaging with overlays
Characterization of surface texture using the latest 3D parameters defined in the ISO 25178 standard
State-of-the-art geometry & morphology analysis at the nanoscale including height of grains and motifs, volume of surface structures (bumps, holes), step heights etc.
Powerful automation features for demanding applications including critical dimensioning & statistics
Co-localization of surface data from other analyses for correlative analysis e.g. Raman chemical maps
Available in 11 different languages, Tosca™ analysis software comes with a user-friendly ribbon interface and contextual tabs with intuitive icon-based tools.

The interactive workflow allows full metrologicial traceability and easy fine-tuning at any time.

Generating surface analysis reports in Excel, PDF and Word-compatible RTF formats has never been easier.

Additionally, automation tools help speed up production (for example analysis routines can be saved as templates and re-applied to batches.)

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About Anton Paar
Anton Paar develops, produces and distributes highly accurate laboratory instruments and process measuring systems, and provides custom-tailored automation and robotic solutions.

www.anton-paar.com

About Digital Surf

Digital Surf is the editor of Mountains® surface metrology and image analysis software for profilers and microscopes, integrated by leading instrument manufacturers worldwide.

www.digitalsurf.com

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Keyvan Ghanaviztchi
Phone: +43 316 257 7017


Clare Jamet
Phone: +33 381 504 800

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