BitFlow to Demonstrate Leadership in CoaXPress Frame Grabbers at Automate 2015 in Chicago

BitFlow, Inc., a leading global innovator in machine vision, will demonstrate the advanced capabilities of its Cyton™ and Karbon™ CoaXPress (CXP) frame grabbers, showcasing this technology's speed and efficiency, at Automate 2015, North America's broadest automation solutions trade show and conference.

WOBURN, MA, FEBRUARY 5, 2015 -- BitFlow, Inc., a leading global innovator in machine vision, will demonstrate the advanced capabilities of its Cyton™ and Karbon™ CoaXPress (CXP) frame grabbers, showcasing this technology's speed and efficiency, at Automate 2015, North America's broadest automation solutions trade show and conference, being held March 23-26, 2015 in Chicago's McCormick Place. The BitFlow exhibit will be located in booth# 732.


"When BitFlow first introduced our CXP frame grabbers in 2011, we saw an industry ripe for disruptive changes that could break down barriers to improved system performance," said Donal Waide, Director of Sales, BitFlow. "While the machine vision industry has seen a resurgence in recent years, CXP remains its most important emerging interface with the greatest potential in driving its future."
System integrators, end-users and machine builders can see firsthand the benefits BitFlow's CXP frame grabbers bring including; simplified architectures, video capture speeds of up to 6.250 Gigabits/second (Gb/S), improved synchronization between cameras and PCs, lower installation costs based on standard 75 ohm coaxial cable, and improved connectivity over longer distances across the entire connected enterprise. BitFlow will show a number of different CoaXPress cameras running with its Cyton-CXP frame grabber, demonstrating how simple it is to switch cameras on-the-fly, and how multiple cameras can be tapped into a single board without compromising data rate speed or performance.

Similar demonstrations are planned globally at additional events including at China (Shanghai) Machine Vision Exhibition and Automation World, Seoul, Korea, both shows happening during the week of March 16-20, 2015.

For more information, please call 781-932-2900 or visit www.bitflow.com.

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