Bitlismen was established in 2004. We have our own Hydro Power Plant built on irrigation channel, medium voltage Transmission Lines, Power Distribution Substation, and Consumption. Whole this infrastructure was designed and developed by our company and now we are operating it. This is why we have a strong theoretical and practical background knowledge in traditional and renewable energy grids from generation up to the consumption and protection, irrigation, water treatment plants, pumping stations, irrigation channels, etc. This is why we understand the industry needs and trends.

Our services include:

  • Educational Products and Solutions
  • Industrial Products and Solutions
  • IPs / Toolkits
  • Engineering services

Engineering Services include, but not limited to:

  • Software design and advanced programming
  • Hardware design/Panel design
  • Technical documentation writing
    • System brief design
    • System full design
    • Tender requirements writing
    • Proposal Writing (including IO list, Bill Of Materials for NI and third party hardware, software and services)
  • On site and off site engineering services
    • Detailed site survey
    • Identifying customer needs
  • LabVIEW advanced training for RT and FPGA platforms and SCADA systems design and programming
  • LabVIEW code advanced review

The designs and development are based on National Instruments’ graphical system design technologies, LabVIEW graphical programming environment and modular hardware platforms.Bitlismen is National Instruments Silver Level Alliance Partner.We successfully designed, developed and delivered educational and industrial systems in Singapore, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Russia, Armenia, etc.




NIWeek 2017, Austin, Texas

Bitlismen participated in the NI Week 2017 annual conference held in Austin, Texas. It has been the ultimate learning environment that gave the attendees the tools and knowledge to develop their applications faster, smarter, and more cost-efficiently. More than 220 interactive technical sessions, case study presentations, and panel discussions for beginners and advanced developers were