CoaXPress frame grabbers from BitFlow supports latest LabVIEW software
BitFlow has announced the availability of free CoaXPress drivers for LabVIEW 2017, the latest version of National Instruments’ systems engineering software, for its Aon (pictured) and Cyton CoaXPress frame grabbers.
BitFlow has announced the availability of freeCoaXPress drivers for LabVIEW 2017, the latest version of National Instruments’ systems engineeringsoftware, for its Aon (pictured) and Cyton CoaXPress frame grabbers.
Donal Waide, Director for Sales for BitFlow, notes that the company was one of the first independent frame grabber companies to offer support for LabVIEW, as it released a LabVIEW driver in 2009 for its Camera Link frame grabbers, and a driver in 2011 for its CoaXPress frame grabbers.
"This is very typical of the company who offered a 3rd party driver for Halcon back in 1997. Development of third party drivers represents our continuous commitment to adding value to our CXP customer relationships and to help in the acceleration of the CXP standard throughout the scientific, military and industrial vision markets."
BitFlow offers a number of third-party drivers, which are used to integrate its frame grabbers within any application environment, eliminating the need for new coding, while helping to achieve more stable systems. Additional drivers re available for AB Software ImageWarp, Cognex Vision Pro, MVTec HALCON, Mathworks MATLAB, NorPix StreamPix, IO Industries Streams, Adaptive Vision Studio and Stemmer Imaging Common Vision Blox.
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