Mitov Software offers software applications and component libraries.
The NEW OpenWire Studio is a Microsoft Windows Application that allows even non-software developers to build complex applications with zero lines of code. ( see screenshot below )
Our component lines include libraries for Delphi, C++ Builder, Visual C++ MFC/Win32 and . NET 2.0-4.0 (C#, Visual Basic, C++/CLI, J#). All libraries are
Applications include: real time data acquisition, communications, process control, artificial intelligence, signal analysis, digital signal analysis, image analysis, video analysis, audio analysis, data visualization, visual instrumentation and more.
OpenWire Studio is now available for Microsoft Windows. See screenshot (below) and details in the OpenWire Studio overview.
Also, we are offering custom licensing opportunities for OpenWire Studio -- embed a custom version in your product.
Below is a screenshot demonstrating an application to perform a video stream transformation while simultaneously calculating and rendering results to various gauges, displays, and charts. All of this by simply selecting components from the palette and Drag, Draw, Run.
The application is panned to an area of the diagram showing the AVI player (1), which is streaming video data to the ImageDisplay (2) and to a GrayScale converter (3), which is connected to a second ImageDisplay (4); note, however, that this second ImageDisplay is not gray, because the GrayScale converter is being cycled ON/OFF by having its Enabled pin connect to the Out pin of the FlipFlop component (5). Also, note that this is being run in Visual Debug mode, and the audio stream data is being shown in a pop-up debug window because the mouse cursor (6) is hovering over the yellow wire coming from the Audio OutputPin of the AVIPlayer (1):
With Mitov packages you can:
Acquire and process digital signals (DSP)
Develop powerful displays for complex signals
Capture, analyze and transform audio & video
Detect objects and track targets in video
Build classifiers and AI applications
Assemble gauges and meters for monitoring & control
Our component libraries come in 3 versions a VCL - Firemonkey version (for Delphi / C++ Builder / RAD Studio XE2 to XE4), an MFC compatible Visual C++ version, and a .NET 2.0-4.5 version (compatible with Visual Studio 2005 to 2012).
The RAD Studio version is a set of native VCL and Firemonkey components.
The Visual C++ version is a set of native Visual C++ classes (components).
The .NET 2.0-4.5 version is a set of managed .NET components. The .NET version has the same performance as the native versions, and supports all the Microsoft .NET languages including Visual Basic, C#, J# and C++/CLI.
Due to the unique architecture of the OpenWire platform, the components are implemented the same way in Managed .NET and native Windows (32 and 64 bit) environments. The code to control a component from VB.NET, C++/CLI, C#, and J#, Visual C++ MFC, Delphi, and C++ Builder is almost identical. This allows the developers to migrate and share code between the different environments thus significantly improving the productivity.
OpenWire Libraries: for fast, complex data stream processing with almost zero lines of code!
NEW RELEASE: Version 6.0 of our Component Librarys -- includes OpenWire Editor
NEW! OpenWire Studio version beta 1 is officially released.
Bug fix release for .NET installers
New Releases for RAD Studio XE3; XE2 Update 4 Hotfix 1; Visual C++; and .NET. Many additions and improvements.
Mitov Software has joined the Delphi Third Party Alliance
Job Opportunity: Remote Contract Developer
New .NET and XE2 Releases: version 5.0.2 with 64-bit support
64-bit .NET support! Beta prerelease with many improvements
The NEW OpenWire Live Bindings 5.0.1 beta is released!
32/64-bit XE2 Update 4 release!
The NEW OpenWire Editor version 5.0.1 beta is officially released
Release of version 5.0.1 of the libraries on all platforms
And don't miss my second talk: Video, Audio Processing, DSP, Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision with FireMonkey
Don't miss my speech at CodeRage 6: Creating dual-compile controls for VCL and FireMonkey
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