BitFlow will be exhibiting at the CRAV conference at the DoubleTree by Hilton San Jose from Tuesday November 12th through Wednesday November 13th. Come stop by tabletop #63 to see our latest offerings.
WOBURN, MA — BitFlow, Inc., a global innovator in frame grabber technology, underscored its commitment to embedded vision by demonstrating a high-speed CoaXPress-NVIDIA® embedded imaging system at the recent Laser World of Photonics Show in Munich, Germany. This Small Form Factor (SFF) solution was engineered with lower hardware requirements so it can reside in compact devices or be integrated directly into a larger mechanical or electrical system, all while minimizing space, cost and energy consumption.
“Embedded vision is still in its infancy, but it has the potential to transform industries and open up new imaging capabilities that are almost infinite,” said Donal Waide, Director of Sales for BitFlow. “Through our Innovation Labs division, BitFlow is leveraging the CoaXPress 2.0 interface to develop embedded systems that are faster, more intuitive, and easier to integrate throughout the factory, which is critical to success in the IIoT era.”
As building blocks, BitFlow’s CoaXPress-NVIDIA solution coupled the BitFlow Claxon-CXP4 Quad CXP-12 frame grabber with a NVIDIA Jetson TX2 high-density AI computing platform, and demonstrated with a JAI SP-12000C-CXP4 camera for image acquisition. HDMI, DisplayPort, DSI and eDP video ports provide flexibility in display choices. Dispensing with the need for a full-sized PC altogether, images relayed from the BitFlow Claxon frame grabber are more efficiently processed on the NVIDIA CPU. At Laser World of Photonics, for example, BitFlow demonstrated how its Claxon frame grabber provided Direct Memory Access (DMA) for 12 Megapixel images transferred into GPU memory where the NVIDIA processor performed 2D to 3D transformations in real time.
BitFlow Innovation Labs aims to usher in a host of next generation embedded solutions for the factory floor and beyond, radically changing the functionality of countless devices. Targeted applications include commercial drones, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), border and port security, robotics, portable medical machinery, and many other emerging market segments. Going even further, the BitFlow Innovation Labs foresees embedded systems that facilitate image recognition and deep learning capabilities so that Smart Factory networks can be proactive in making decisions based on the environment around them.
“We founded BitFlow Innovation Labs to accelerate the adoption of embedded vision and CoaXPress 2.0,” said Waide. “By delivering new platforms based on both technologies, we are providing systems integrators with faster, smaller and more cost-effective solutions to deploy even their most mission critical imaging applications.”
BitFlow will be exhibiting at Laser World of Photonics in Munich from June 24th through June 27th. Come visit us in Hall B2 Booth 127-3 to see our latest products!
BitFlow recently exhibited at Laser World of Photonics China at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.
Our soon to be released Claxon CXP, a CXP-12 frame grabber, was highlighted in a demo.
Our distributor, ATMV, also exhibited and had a few of our frame grabbers on display.
BitFlow recently exhibited at Vision in Stuttgart, Germany.
Our latest released CoaXPress frame grabber, the Claxon, was on display. The Claxon, which can run at up to 12.5 Gb/S, is our CXP-12 frame grabber which will be available in Q2 2019.
A demo showcasing our Cyton CXP4 with 4 single channel CXP cameras was on display. These cameras were focused in on our Aon-CXP, single link frame grabber. Cameras on display included ISVI, CIS, Adimec and Sentech.
The Cyton CXP HALCON demo was front and center catching the attention of many attendees.
Located in Hall 1 Aisle A we had a prime location for lots of booth traffic.
BitFlow recently exhibited at the AIA CRAV conference at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara, California.
Our Italian distributor, Visionlink recently exhibited at SPS Italy at the Parma Exhibition Center in Parma, Italy.
On display was the latest released BitFlow frame grabber, the Aon-CXP, a single link CoaXPress frame grabber. It supports CXP camera speeds up to 6.25 Gb/S.
If you attended the show and did not get to stop by their booth please visit their website.
BitFlow recently exhibited at the SPIE DCS Show at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
BitFlow recently exhibited at the Vision Show Boston at the Hynes Convention Center.
We had a great location at the entrance to the show.
Our Cyton CXP and HALCON demo caught the attention of many show attendees.
The show was well attended and there was a lot of traffic at our booth.