BitFlow recently exhibited at the SPIE Defense & Commercial Sensing Show in Baltimore, Maryland. Cameras from Adimec, Basler and IO Industries that include CMOSIS 12 MP sensors were showcasing the data rate differences of Camera Link and CoaXPress. Throughout the show we met a lot of people from the Military and Research industries.
If you attended the show and did not get a chance to stop by booth # 349, please visit us online, submit an inquiry or give us a call at 781-932-2900.
BitFlow exhibited at Automation World in Seoul this week. We highlighted our Camera Link frame grabber, the Axion 1xE and our CoaXPress frame grabber, the Cyton CXP4. Cameras from JAI, Basler and Adimec were also on display and used for demonstrations.
If you visited the show and didn’t get a chance to stop by Booth T106, please visit us online, submit an inquiry, or give us a call at 781-932-2900
Come visit BitFlow at Booth T106 at Automation World at the Coex Korea Exhibition Center next week. BitFlow will be highlighting our CoaXPress knowledge and our latest Camera Link frame grabber, the Axion. Cameras from JAI, Adimec and Basler will be exhibited.
BitFlow exhibited at the ITE Trade Show in Yokohama at the beginning of this month. We were able to highlight our CoaXPress expertise as well as our latest Camera Link released frame grabber, the Axion. We exhibited and demonstrated cameras from JAI, Mikrotron and Basler.
If you visited the show and didn’t get a chance to talk to us, please visit us online , submit an inquiry, or give us a call at 781-932-2900. We are up for any imaging challenge you wish to throw our way!
Our distributor ATMV exhibited at the Vision China show at the China International Exhibition Center in Beijing last week. It was a showcase of the latest BitFlow frame grabbers including the Cyton CXP, Neon CLB, Neon CLD, Neon CLQ, and Karbon CL.
If you attended the show and didn’t get a chance to talk to ATMV, please visit their site.
BitFlow announces the release of its latest SDK, 6.00. This new release supports two new products, the Cyton-CXP2 and the Neon-Dif. This release has been undergoing Beta testing for quite some time and passed all internal and external testing regimes. This SDK supports all BitFlow currently support frame grabbers, from the Road Runner (released in 1996) right up to the brand new Neon-Dif (released 2015). This release also supports Windows 10. Go to our Downloads page to get this latest SDK.
BitFlow, the world’s leading innovator of frame grabbers for machine vision, semi-conductor and scientific imaging, today announced official support for the Windows® 10 operating system for its entire portfolio of frame grabber products. Microsoft® Windows® 10 combines the speed and reliability of Windows 8 with the professional usability of Windows 7. This new operating system is expected to be revealed by Microsoft on July 29, 2015.
BitFlow adds Windows 10 to an extensive list of operating systems already supported by its Software Development Kit (SDK), including the robust multitasking and multiprocessing performance benefits of Windows XP/2003/2008/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8.
Windows 10 support requires BitFlow SDK 5.906 or later.
BitFlow exhibited along with our distributor, Systematic Vision as the recent trade show in Baltimore. The show was well attended, especially more than last year and we were once again able to demonstrate our excellence in CoaXPress. At the show we were demonstrating with cameras from IO Industries, Adimec and JAI and an excellent LED light source from Advanced Illumination.
If you attended the show and didn’t get a chance to talk to us, please visit us online, submit an inquiry or simply give us a call at 781 932 2900. No imaging challenge is too difficult for our frame grabbers.
After a successful show in Korea, BitFlow moves on to Chicago for the Automate Show. We are at Booth #742 all week. Come by and see a linescan demonstration in action.
Please join us at Booth P103 at Automation World in Seoul next week. BitFlow will be demonstrating different CoaXPress cameras, from camera companies such as Mikrotron, Adimec, IO Industries and JAI. We will also have a demonstration of our GPU Direct offering which has garnered a lot of attention in recent months.