@BitFlow Frame Grabbers to be Demonstrated at #SPIE Photonics West 2014 Show

Shown in Uniforce Sales and Engineering Booth

WOBURN, MA, JANUARY 29, 2014 -- 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.


SPIE Photonics West is the largest and most influential event for the laser and photonics community in North America with more than 20,000 attendees, two exhibitions, and 1,250 exhibiting companies.

A BitFlow distributor, Uniforce Sales and Engineering is an engineering company specializing in image acquisition, image processing and video recording hardware and software, components and systems. For over 27 years, Uniforce has provided cost-effective, highly reliable imaging systems and solutions to semiconductor, military, medical, aerospace and broadcasting industries among others.

"We are excited to have Uniforce demonstrate our products firsthand to Photonics West attendees," said Donal Waide, Director of Sales & Marketing for BitFlow. "With our new lineup of CoaXPress frame grabbers, BitFlow is clearly positioned to aggressively grow in a fast changing machine vision landscape."

Vision industry professionals, analysts and media are encouraged to stop by the Uniforce booth.

For more information, visit www.bitflow.com.

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