About Lighting Analysts
Lighting Analysts develops global standard software programs to meet the calculation requirements of lighting professionals involved in the design, specification and validation of architectural lighting applications. Our current programs include the award-winning AGi32, Photometric Toolbox and ElumTools, a fully integrated lighting add-in for Autodesk® Revit®.
Lighting Analysts, Inc. 10268 W. Centennial Rd., Ste 202 Littleton, CO 80127 USA Tel. 303-972-8852 Fax. 303-972-8851
About Licaso TM
LicasoTM is written by Lighting Analysts, Inc. of Littleton, Colorado, USA, the authors of global standard lighting calculation programs AGi32 and ElumTools for Autodesk Revit. Licaso is a pending Trademark filed with the USPTO in September of 2016.
Our Other Brands
AGi32 is a 3D software program for lighting design and analysis capable of computing numeric results and photometrically accurate visual evaluations for any application of electric lighting or daylight. Architectural geometry is easily created internally, or 2D and 3D content imported via Trimble SketchUp and Autodesk DWG format. Lighting results are computed and rendered simultaneously using radiosity techniques yielding a completely interactive rendered model. A post-radiosity ray trace process can be applied for near photo-realistic imagery. Extensive calculation options produce documentation to verify adherence to lighting specifications such as IES and CIE recommended practices, LEED and the Model Lighting Ordinance.
ElumTools™ is designed to calculate and visualize lighting results inside of Autodesk Revit. ElumTools leverages Revit content such as geometry, material properties and light sources to calculate point-by-point illuminance on any surface or workplane, interior or exterior. An interactive visualization provides details of each illuminated scene. ElumTools incredibly easy workflow will save you tons of time!
The Photometric Toolbox software creates, edits, repairs, reports, compares and converts luminaire photometric data in IES, CIBSE or EULUMDAT formats. Specifiers use Photometric Toolbox to compare performance characteristics of similar luminaires, create iso-illuminance templates and visualize light distributions; manufacturers use Photometric Toolbox to edit and repair files, change type B to type C formats and convert IES to European standards.