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- Member Since 1996
BitFlow has been developing industrial frame grabbers and software for the imaging industry since 1993. We specialize in interfacing to very high data/frame rate cameras; working in environments with complex I/O requirements; and running in applications where every CPU cycle is precious. Our software is some of the easiest to use, yet incredibly powerful and reliable. With thousands of boards installed into hundreds of applications, we are confident that we can solve your imaging problems.
BitFlow, Inc. underscored its commitment to embedded vision by demonstrating a high-speed CoaXPress-NVIDIA® embedded imaging system.
BitFlow is continuing to widen its technology dominance in the CameraLink frame grabber (CL) category with the scheduled unveiling of its new Axion-CL, the company's sixth generation CL frame grabber, at VISION, the world's leading machine vision trade fair.
BitFlow Releases SDK 5.
Despite the machine vision industry's multi-year migration from analog to digital imaging, there remains a large installation base of legacy systems that still acquire analog data from cameras, PMTs and other analog devices.
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BitFlow Single-Camera Frame Grabber Handles Fastest Camera Link Cameras WOBURN, MA - BitFlow, the leading manufacturer of frame grabbers for machine and medical imaging, is now offering the Karbon CL4-SP, a special single-camera version of its Karbon-CL, designed to handle the latest 80-bit 85 MHz cameras.
BitFlow will have the broadest line of CXP frame grabbers on display at the Vision Show.
Cyton-CXP will be highlight of North America's largest show for machine vision WOBURN, MA - BitFlow, a leader in machine vision technologies, will be showcasing its latest frame grabber innovations at The Vision Show and Conference, April 15-17, 2014, in the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA.
Shown in Uniforce Sales and Engineering Booth WOBURN, MA, -- BitFlow, a leading American manufacturer of frame grabbers for machine and medical imaging, will have its broad line of CoaXPress, Camera Link, LVDS, RS422 and analog frame grabbing technology demonstrated at the SPIE Photonics West trade show, February 1-6, 2014, in San Francisco's Moscone Center, inside the Uniforce Sales and Engineering booth #4538.
WOBURN, MA -- While the Chinese calendar calls 2014 "The Year of the Horse," BitFlow, a leading manufacturer of frame grabbers for machine and medical imaging, is predicting 2014 will be the "Year of CoaXPress," a high-speed interface that is rapidly displacing LVDS, RS422, and Camera Link.
BitFlow, the machine vision industry's premier manufacturer of frame grabbers, took a further step to simplify the use of MathWorks® MATLAB software by introducing an upgraded version of its MATLAB adapter, now available as a free download on the BitFlow website.
BitFlow, the machine vision industry's premier manufacturer of frame grabbers, announced today that its Director of Sales, Donal Waide will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Vision Expert Day 2013 event scheduled for Tuesday, November 19th, in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
BitFlow Frame Grabbers Compatible with StreamPix CoaXPress High-Speed Recording Station BitFlow, the machine vision industry's premier manufacturer of frame grabbers, announced today that its Cyton™ and Karbon™ CXP CoaxPress frame grabbers are fully compatible with the new NorPix StreamPix™ high-speed recording station, one of the world's first recorders to rely on the CoaXPress interface.
Machine vision engineers who are beginning to integrate one or two CoaXPress (CXP) cameras into their systems are discovering that they are limited to buying an expensive four-link frame grabber although they only plan on using a maximum of one dual-link camera or two single-link cameras.
Until a few years ago, there were only two choices in camera interfaces for high-speed machine vision applications: Camera Link for higher speeds but shorter cable lengths or GigE Vision for longer cables yet slower speeds.
3-D vision system allows for human-like capabilities in factory automation BitFlow, the leading manufacturer of Made In America frame grabbers for machine and medical imaging, announced today that its Neon-CLB PCIe frame grabber is a key component of the 3D structured-light imaging system deployed in the Robomotive™ humanoid robot, jointly developed by Yaskawa Motoman, Beltech and Robotiq.
Company marks two decades of innovation in the machine vision industry WOBURN, MA -- BitFlow is proud to announce the celebration of its 20th anniversary as one of the world's leading manufacturers of video frame grabbers for machine vision and medical imaging.
LabVIEW™ Software Users Find Alternative to Discontinued Analog Frame Grabbers with BitFlow Alta-AN™ WOBURN, MA -- Affordable and versatile, Alta-AN™ frame grabbers from BitFlow acquire signals from virtually any analog camera on the market, from high speed asynchronous-reset monochrome cameras to super high resolution color HDTV cameras.
WOBURN, MA -- Video frame grabbers are key components in the high-technology vision systems deployed by the military to detect bombs, guide weapons, drive unmanned vehicles, capture images from aircraft, and other applications that keep citizens safe.
In support of the highly successful launch of its CoaXPress™ frame grabbers, BitFlow has introduced SDK 5.