unites software, electronics and hardware, helping you monitor and automate things.
Receive data from sensors or via APIs – control devices and software – visualize data on dashboard – create automation scenarios – process and filter the data. Ideal for makers, electronics enthusiasts and labs in data acquisition, control, test, prototyping and R&D applications.
Data acquisition and control made easy
AutoBits is the world's most user-friendly data acquisition and control system.
No convoluted hardware interconnections. No complicated software set up and configuration. No programming.
Focus on your experiment, let AutoBits handle the technical part.
Combine bits as you need
AutoBits brings together, connects and controls the devices you need.
Hardware building blocks: sensors, detectors, indicators, actuators, contactors, relays, motor drivers, ADCs, DACs and more, cover wide variety of applications.
Choose hardware made by others or our own – AutoBits supports many popular protocols out-of-the-box. And the number grows every day, thanks to AutoBits extensibility.
For researchers and labs
Are you conducting experiments that require automated control based on sensor data? Use AutoBits to acquire data and control experiment parameters via relays, motors and actuators.
AutoBits will handle data acquisition, processing, control and automation. And you can focus on the experiment and science.
If built-in data processing and control algorithms are not enough – easily write your own using Python, MATLAB or .Net
Contact us if you need our help with your experiment setup.
We love tinkering, especially when it involves electronics, hardware and software. If you are like us, you probably considered taking on some of these projects:
Wake up light, Sous-vide, Reflow oven, Energy monitoring, Air quality monitoring, Automated hydroponics system or home automation system.
We thought there should be an easier way to get those kinds of projects done, without reinventing the wheel every time. So we made AutoBits. Whatever you're making, AutoBits makes it easy. Try it yourself, it's free.