About Us


Vincent Burzi, Principal Owner

Vincent has over 25 years of experience providing custom software and automation system solutions. He uses this experience and knowledge designing and developing software to help clients fulfill their automation needs and achieve their business objectives. His areas of expertise include automated testing, instrument control, vision systems, data management, and digital and embedded systems. He develops software for a variety of platforms including embedded hardware (such as camera systems and bench-top instrumentation), real-time targets and FPGA based systems, as well as computer-based systems. Vincent has designed and implemented systems for commercial and prototype products, scientific laboratories, production facilities, and research and development programs. His understanding of both the hardware and software aspects of a system allows him to identify efficient and effective solutions to the most challenging technical issues. In addition, he possesses the leadership, knowledge, and communication skills needed to collaborate with multi-disciplined design teams.



Vincent has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Stevens Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from New Jersey Institute of Technology’s College of Computing Sciences.

He has proficiency in several text-based programming languages and utilize these traditional development environments as necessary. He is also a NI Certified LabVIEW Developer and use LabVIEW to implement many of the automation system solutions he has worked on throughout his career.

LabVIEW™ Based Software Engineering

National Instruments (NI) LabVIEW graphical programming language and development environment is used extensively in the solutions we provide. LabVIEW is commonly used in scientific and engineering fields, which makes it a natural fit for many of our projects.

1. LabVIEW is a graphical programming language, which means that it uses visual representations of data and functions, rather than text-based code, to create programs. Furthermore, LabVIEW uses a dataflow programming paradigm in which the flow of data, rather than the sequence of commands, defines the execution of the program. These traits, graphic and dataflow backed programming, combine to create an intuitive development environment that is inherently parallel.

2. LabVIEW is highly modular, which means that it is composed of a set of building blocks, or “virtual instruments,” that can be combined in different ways to create custom programs. This makes it versatile and adaptable to a wide range of applications.

3. LabVIEW includes a wide range of built-in functions and libraries that can be used to control and communicate with various types of hardware and software. This makes it a powerful tool for developing programs that interface with real-world systems.

4. LabVIEW has a large and active user community, which provides support, resources, and training to help users get the most out of the language.

5. LabVIEW is constantly being updated and improved by its developers, National Instruments, who regularly release new versions of the language with new features and capabilities. This ensures that LabVIEW remains a cutting-edge tool for developers.

We find that LabVIEW provides a tremendous development advantage for many of our client’s projects.

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45 E. Julianna Drive
Southampton, PA 18966