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HIL simulation is well-known in the automotive industry, enabling engineers to test embedded systems by simulating real scenarios.
This is an exciting year for Bloomy as the company prepares for NIWeek 2017, the 23rd annual conference for software-defined systems in measurement and control, to be held on May 22nd-25th at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX.
Customers see significant reduction in cost and lead times over traditional approaches
Bloomy's mark and design are now registered trademarks with the US Patent and Trademark Office
Holt Integrated Circuits announced today that Bloomy Controls, Inc. (Bloomy) has chosen its Multi-Terminal BC/MT/2RT MIL-STD-1553B solution, the HI-6131PQI, and PM-DB2791S low-profile isolation transformers, for use in the Bloomy BCI-1553 C Series Module.
Bloomy Controls, Inc. (Bloomy) has been recognized by National Instruments (NI) for 25 years as an Alliance Partner!
On October 19th, 2016, Bloomy Controls, Inc. (Bloomy) moved its New Jersey office from Fair Lawn to a larger, more functional facility in Paramus. Bloomy’s visitors and employees are now welcomed to a newly renovated office offering a large open floor plan with twice the engineering space as before.
After much anticipation, Bloomy Controls, Inc. (Bloomy) is now accepting orders for National Instruments (NI) Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulators based on the new NI SLSC architecture! This transformative new system incorporates NI platforms and architectures along with Bloomy transducer simulation modules and interconnects to provide more cost-effective real-time test systems with faster lead times than traditional VME or other HIL systems
Bloomy made a substantial impact at this year’s NIWeek, held August 1st – 4th at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX. This year Bloomy was featured in a keynote presentation, four technical sessions, four exhibits and three awards. If you weren’t able to attend, you can view the presentations, blog articles, and video clips on our website, which are linked throughout this article.
During NIWeek 2016, Bloomy’s own Ryan Vallieres was unbeatable in the SquareBattle. Hosted by NI Alliance Partner Endigit, this coding competition is developed in LabVIEW and the players create a team of squares to compete against each other in a virtual arena.