For all companies offering a product containing an imaging device, be it for security, trains, vehicles or medical analysis, BitSim designs the electronics and provides ready made blocks (IP blocks), making it cheaper and quicker to design it the way you want it.


We have worked a lot with the development of camera systems and  want to offer our experiences to you. So your product development can be quicker and less costly.


There are alternative solutions, but often solutions that lock you into dependencies. We work with all. And we can provide you with everything: optics, sensors, mechanics, imaging boards and the high performing HW/SW interfaces needed to connect it to a host.


In a similar way, we work with data acquisition, high speed A/D Converters, D/A converters and the way of bringing this data in the right way to a host.


Electronic Design Services

BitSim has long list of previous HW designs made for our customers in Industrial, medical, automotive, defense, consumer and scientific applications. Some examples are X-ray equipment, stereo camera development, Fiber optical monitoring instruments, sensor chip development, oceanic exploration burglar alarms. Some of the solutions have been implemented in ASICs where we have used VHDL, verilog,or SystemVerilog

FPGA Design

BitSim has worked with FPGA since the start in the year 2000. We are the only certified Xilinx Design Partner in the Nordic countries, we are also listing several IP blocks in Xilinx’ IP block catalogue. We have also worked extensively with Altera FPGA designs.

Embedded Software Design Service

BitSim works with embedded SW and low level interfacing SW for hosts, such as a PC, using C or C++. We also work with Matlab SW.

PCB Layout

With applications in RF , ADCs and High Speed interfaces, the demands on the layout part of the design has increased considerable.

BitSim often handles both the electronic design part as well as the layout of the PCB. We developed our first Gigabit interface board 2004 when Xilinx released its first 3.8 Gb/s serial interface in 2004.