New Adapter Connects BitFlow Frame Grabbers with Mathworks Image Acquisition Toolbox Software

Karbon CL V3

Karbon CL V3



August 16, 2012

WOBURN, MA, August 16, 2011 -- BitFlow, a world leader in video frame grabber technologies for machine vision applications, has unveiled a new adapter that seamlessly connects its analog, Camera Link, LVDS and RS-422 frame grabbers with Image Acquisition Toolbox software from MathWorks.

"We are excited about the BitFlow adaptor to Image Acquisition Toolbox because our users will now be able to acquire images and video from BitFlow's industry leading frame grabbers directly into MATLAB and Simulink," said Bruce Tannenbaum, MathWorks marketing manager for image and video processing applications.

The adaptor enables users to acquire images and video from BitFlow frame grabbers directly into MathWork's MATLAB and Simulink software to create customized imaging solutions for data visualization, algorithm development, image analysis, and GUI creation.

The BitFlow adaptor, available free at www.bitflow.com, is a dynamic link library (DLL) that implements the connection between the Image Acquisition Toolbox framework and BitFlow's device drivers to deliver features such as data logging and triggering. The adapter is supported on 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows environments. Compatible BitFlow frame grabber models are the Alta-AN family (for analog cameras), the Neon-CL family (for CL Base cameras), the Karbon-CL family (for CL Base/Med/Full cameras), the Road Runner series (for RS422/LVDS), and for the newly released Karbon-CXP series (for CoaXPress cameras).

For more information, please visit:
http://www.bitflow.com.

BitFlow has been developing reliable, high-performance Frame Grabbers for use in imaging applications for the past 18 years. BitFlow, located in Woburn, MA, has distributors and resellers located all over the world including Asia, Japan, and Europe.

MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Simulink is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based Design of multidomain dynamic and embedded systems.

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