Red Pitaya in Industry segments
Red Pitaya started with its development boards that have so far helped more than 30,000 enthusiasts, universities and companies around the world with their engineering projects. Many companies across different industry segments use Red Pitaya STEMlab boards either for concept prototyping or test automatization.
Red Pitaya has proved to be a valuable solution in the following industry segments:
- Aerospace and defense
- Advanced research
- Quantum computing
Red Pitaya can serve as a plug and play data acquisition tool across various industries since it is fully programmable and easy to integrate into existing software programming languages due to being open source. It serves as a core signal acquisition platform for high speed applications. With Red Pitaya you can get the greatest controlled signal accuracy in high speed signals.
Red Pitaya has an endless number of use cases, but here are just some examples of what our community is working on in different industry segments.
In addition to the points below, Red Pitaya offers endless possibilities due to its versatility and ability to be customized.
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Here are our best picks for industry from the Red Pitaya product family. Don't forget that each product comes in different kit options, which offers you the possibility of choosing your own accessories.
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A Cherenkov radiation-based power meter was successfully set up at the JSI TRIGA reactor in Ljubljana in the framework of a Master thesis and demonstrated for the first time on 13th April 2021 with the collaboration of a group of 2nd Bologna degree Nuclear Engineering students of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the University of Ljubljana.
Modern quantum optics experiments require a broad range of laser frequencies. Many requirements are already met by laser sources for a restricted wavelength range, but not necessarily for second harmonic generation (SHG) setups which allow extending the range of specific wavelengths.
Laboratory material research is traditionally linked to bulky, high-precision equipment for precise analysis. Unfortunately, it is virtually impossible to take these devices into the field for “real-life” material testing. Increasingly smaller components with impressive performance characteristics are revolutionizing the world of field tests in general, enabling the development of handheld devices with amazing power-to-size ratios.
Our customers' testimonials
We did some tests with the SignalLAB 250-12. I have to say the device is surprisingly good: very low noise and high stability.
I have had the chance to have a Red Pitaya from the initial release. The device is my “go-to” desktop testing tool. Its capabilities far exceed its size. The best part is that the community is expanding as are the hardware and software options. The Red Pitaya is truly blossoming. I look forward to its future growth.
Red Pitaya has been critical in transitioning our system from a proof-of-concept, laboratory instrument to a field-hardened industrial tool.
Red Pitaya is exactly what I have been looking for: having one of the latest FPGAs combined with fast and broad AD- and DA-converters attached to that chip.
We are currently using Red Pitaya’s STEMlab 125-14 to check if communication signals are according to the specifications. We really value the versatility and portability of the board.
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