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Shotoku to Launch Next Phase in Technical and Operational Developments for Robotic Camera Control at NAB 2020 Posted: 26/02/2020
Shotoku to Launch Next Phase in Technical and Operational Developments for Robotic Camera Control at NAB 2020

Shotoku USA, Shotoku Broadcast Systems’ North American operation, will launch the next phase in technical and operational developments for robotic control systems at NAB 2020 in Booth C 9108. The international manufacturer of high-quality, easy-to-use, robust and reliable robotic and manual camera support systems will demonstrate advancements that incorporate an IP interface into its flagship SmartPed robotic pedestal; a self-contained and easy to connect pan/tilt head; numerous enhancements incorporated into the Company’s TR-XT control system and will also highlight its height drive and pan/tilt head ideal for legislative applications.

SmartPed Fully Robotic Pedestal – Absolutely Brilliant Navigation

SmartPed with Absolute Navigation is perfect for those applications where referencing the fully robotic pedestal is inconvenient or the design of the studio leaves no scope for a floor tile reference position. SmartPed now comes with two optional additions depending on the environment – AN-I is an IP interface within SmartPed enabling it to interface to existing external optical tracking systems such as Mosys StarTracker or Stype RedSpy using the absolute tracking information to reference and adjust the pedestals own internal navigation systems. AN-S provides a full integrated solution, including the optical tracking system for situations where customers do not already have installed optical tracking.

Tags: Shotoku | NAB 2020 | SmartPed Robotic Pedestal | Robotic Camera Control | Shotoku USA | Shotoku Broadcast Systems | TG-18i | TR-XT Control System | LiveView | TG-27 | TI-12 Elevator Unit
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Shotoku Broadcast Systems IBC 2011 Preview Posted: 05/08/2011
Shotoku Broadcast Systems IBC 2011 Preview Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a well-established leader in camera support and virtual reality tracking will return to the IBC exhibition with enhanced and new manual and robotic solutions. Manual highlights will include a new 2-stage pneumatic pedestal and perfect counter-balance pan & tilt head.  On the robotic side, enhancements that further ease-of-use and please the most budget conscious will be demonstrated. All the latest releases will be at show in Hall 11, Stand G30.

Tags: Shotoku Broadcast Systems | IBC | Manual Camera Support | Robotic Camera Controls | Virtual Reality Tracking | Pan/Tilt Heads | IBC 2011
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