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Mo-Sys and APG Media Join Forces to Provide End-to-End Virtual Production Solutions Posted: 22/11/2021
Mo-Sys and APG Media Join Forces to Provide End-to-End Virtual Production Solutions

Mo-Sys™ Engineering, a leader in virtual production and image robotics, and APG Media, a leading LED volume rental provider and distributor, have partnered to provide customers with access to complete end-to-end LED virtual production set-ups, combining Mo-Sys' StarTracker and VP Pro XR with APG Media’s HyperPixel, customised LED wall solutions.

Tags: Mo-Sys | APG Media | virtual production | image robotics | LED volume | LED wall | StarTracker | VP Pro XR | HyperPixel | camera tracking | virtual technology | cinematography | Mo-Sys Refinery
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High Frame Rate Mo-Sys StarTracker and NearTime for LED boost ICVFX workflows Posted: 16/11/2021
High Frame Rate Mo-Sys StarTracker and NearTime for LED boost ICVFX workflows

Mo-Sys Engineering, world leader in image robotics and virtual production solutions, today reveals new solutions for LED virtual production with a high frame rate (HFR) StarTracker camera tracking system and the award-winning NearTime® workflow extended to LED volumes. 


Tags: Mo-Sys | Image robotics | virtual production | StarTracker | camera tracking | NearTime | LED volumes | VP Pro | VP Pro XR
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MO-SYS AND BROADCAST SOLUTIONS MIDDLE EAST ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP AT CABSAT 2021 Posted: 18/10/2021
MO-SYS AND BROADCAST SOLUTIONS MIDDLE EAST ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP AT CABSAT 2021

Mo-Sys™ Engineering a world leader in image robotics and virtual production solutions, will detail how its latest innovations enable both LED and green screen virtual production at CABSAT 2021. The company is co-exhibiting with Broadcast Solutions Middle East, one of the largest systems integrators in the EMEA region, following on from a newly inked partnership deal.

Tags: CABSAT | Broadcast Solutions | Middle East | Virtual Production | Image Robotics | Partnership | Broadcast | Production | LED volume | VP Pro XR | Cinematic XR Focus | StarTracker
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Televisao de Mocambique goes on-air with Shotoku Posted: 08/09/2021
Televis and atilde;o de Mo and ccedil;ambique goes on-air with Shotoku

Shotoku, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support and virtual reality tracking, has announced that Televisão de Moçambique (Television of Mozambique) has gone on-air with a robotically controlled camera configuration comprised of the Company’s VR-enabled flagship SmartPed robotic pedestals and an expandable 8-channel TR-XT control system.

Tags: Shotoku | SmartPed Robotic Pedestal | Robotic Camera Control | Shotoku USA | Shotoku Broadcast Systems | TG-18i | TR-XT Control System | LiveView | TG-27 | TI-12 Elevator Unit | James Eddershaw | Orbit technology | SmartPed Pedestal | Televisão de Moçambique
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Mo-Sys Unveils New Features With Launch of VP Pro 4.27 Posted: 19/08/2021
Mo-Sys Unveils New Features With Launch of VP Pro 4.27

Mo-Sys™ Engineering, a world leader in virtual production and image robotics,today announces the launch of Mo-Sys VP Pro 4.27 with a raft of new features that will support Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4.27. During the preview period of Unreal Engine 4.27, Mo-Sys has used the new update to complete a full multi-camera shoot with Amazon. The update was also put through a comprehensive, multi-camera technical rehearsal for a major Netflix production.

Tags: Mo-Sys | Mo-Sys Engineering | VP Pro | VP Pro 4.27 | Epic Engines | Unreal Engine 4.27 | virtual production | image robotics | New features
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Vishal Kagdada Joins Shotoku UK as Technical Sales Manager Posted: 20/05/2021
Vishal Kagdada Joins Shotoku UK as Technical Sales Manager

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support and virtual reality tracking, has announced that it is further expanding the Shotoku UK sales team with the appointment of Vishal Kagdada as Technical Sales Manager.

Tags: Shotoku | SmartPed Robotic Pedestal | Robotic Camera Control | Shotoku USA | Shotoku Broadcast Systems | TG-18i | TR-XT Control System | LiveView | TG-27 | TI-12 Elevator Unit | James Eddershaw | Orbit technology | SmartPed Pedestal | Vishal Kagdada
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Mo-Sys Expands LA Sales and Commercial Team Posted: 15/04/2021
Mo-Sys Expands LA Sales and Commercial Team

Mo-Sys Engineering, world leader in virtual production and image robotics, announced today the appointment of Tanner Woodward as Sales Director, West Coast US.


Arriving at Mo-Sys with extensive industry experience, Woodward joins from RED Digital Cinema, where he spent five years managing existing channel partners and establishing new dealer networks, as well as creating the corporate creative vertical. Working with a wide variety of creatives, from small content creators to large scale live and in-studio production teams, Woodward built on his previous work as a camera operator and systems workflow manager for live events, specializing in speed, reliability, and efficiency all the way through from pre- to post-production.


Tags: Mo-Sys | Mo-Sys Engineering | Virtual Production | Expanding | Sales and Commercial | New Appointment | Sales Director | Image Robotics | Creatives | Network | XR
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Shotoku Orbit Drives Circles Around Traditional Robotic Movements Posted: 18/03/2021
Shotoku and rsquo;s Orbit Drives Circles Around Traditional Robotic Movements

Shotoku, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support and virtual reality tracking, has introduced unique new functionality – Orbit - to SmartPed, its fully robotic XY pedestal. SmartPed, which addresses the creative and commercial demands of on-air environments with a cost-efficient and high-performance solution, can now travel in clockwise and counterclockwise movements around circular sets, a growing design element in today’s broadcast studios.

Tags: Shotoku | SmartPed Robotic Pedestal | Robotic Camera Control | Shotoku USA | Shotoku Broadcast Systems | TG-18i | TR-XT Control System | LiveView | TG-27 | TI-12 Elevator Unit | James Eddershaw | Orbit technology | SmartPed Pedestal
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Mo-Sys to Introduce a Near-Time Virtual Production Workflow at HPA Tech Retreat 2021 Posted: 09/03/2021
Mo-Sys to Introduce a Near-Time Virtual Production Workflow at HPA Tech Retreat 2021

Mo-Sys Engineering https://www.mo-sys.com/ Industry leaders in virtual production and image robotics, is proud to be a gold sponsor of the inaugural 2021 virtual HPA Tech Retreat (15 – 24 March) and is looking forward to being part of this year's HPA sessions, hosting a thought leadership presentation on near-time virtual production workflow.

Tags: virtual production | image robotics | gold sponsor | HPA | virtual prodcution | workflow | virtual production | real-time | cloud
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Hunan TV Selects Shotoku Manual and Robotics Systems for New State-of-the-Art News Studio Posted: 03/12/2020
Hunan TV Selects Shotoku and rsquo;s Manual and Robotics Systems for New State-of-the-Art News Studio

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international provider of robotic and manual camera support solutions ranging from pan/tilt heads through fully robotic studio pedestals and floor or ceiling track systems, has announced that Hunan TV has installed a range of Shotoku systems in its recently opened 400m2 state-of-the-art news studio. Hunan TV, China’s leading free-to-air commercial satellite station that regularly tops ratings for its popular programming, upgraded the studio in keeping with its continuous initiative to incorporate technical advancements into its infrastructure. The studio, entirely equipped for 4K production and fully VR/AR ready, launched live on 1st October 2020, China’s National Day - a day of great importance across the country.

Tags: Shotoku | SmartPed Robotic Pedestal | Robotic Camera Control | Shotoku USA | Shotoku Broadcast Systems | TG-18i | TR-XT Control System | LiveView | TG-27 | TI-12 Elevator Unit | James Eddershaw | Hunan TV
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Shotoku Broadcast Systems Joins Grass Valley Technology Alliance Posted: 24/11/2020
Shotoku Broadcast Systems Joins Grass Valley Technology Alliance

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international provider of robotic and manual camera support solutions ranging from pan/tilt heads through fully robotic studio pedestals and floor or ceiling track systems, has joined the Grass Valley Technology Alliance (GVTA). The Alliance, comprised of 22 diverse companies, is a certification program established to strengthen collaboration between members and provide vital benefits to customers, including improved purchasing confidence and access to a wide range of systems and solutions interoperable with Grass Valley platforms and workflow components.

Tags: Shotoku | SmartPed Robotic Pedestal | Robotic Camera Control | Shotoku USA | Shotoku Broadcast Systems | TG-18i | TR-XT Control System | LiveView | TG-27 | TI-12 Elevator Unit | James Eddershaw | Grass Valley Technology Alliance
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Shotoku Expands U.S. Team with the Appointment of Jim Travers as Robotics Support Engineer Posted: 01/10/2020
Shotoku Expands U.S. Team with the Appointment of Jim Travers as Robotics Support Engineer

Shotoku USA, Shotoku Broadcast Systems’ North American operation, has expanded the U.S. team with the appointment of Jim Travers as Robotics Support Engineer effective October 1. Travers will provide remote and on-site robotics support and will perform installation and commissioning services for Shotoku’s North American customer base. Shotoku is a leading international manufacturer of high-quality, easy-to-use, robust and reliable robotic and manual camera support systems found in broadcast studios, financial institutions and legislative bodies around the globe.

Tags: Shotoku | SmartPed Robotic Pedestal | Robotic Camera Control | Shotoku USA | Shotoku Broadcast Systems | TG-18i | TR-XT Control System | LiveView | TG-27 | TI-12 Elevator Unit | Jim Travers | James Eddershaw
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Mo-Sys Launch U50 Remote Camera Control Head for Box Lenses Posted: 02/06/2020
Mo-Sys Launch U50 Remote Camera Control Head for Box Lenses

Mo-Sys Engineering, a global leader in real time camera tracking and remote systems, today announced the launch of U50. Designed and manufactured during the lockdown period, the U50 is a heavy-duty remote head that enables camera operators to safely return to work and control the biggest box lenses and heaviest broadcast camera set-ups remotely.

Offering the ultimate for camera remote control and remote production, U50 combats the current challenges and unique requirements in the Covid-19 affected world. Making it possible to operate large box lenses and cameras remotely, U50 achieves the same precision and agility when camera operators are controlling manually and on-site. With no other remote head capable of smoothly and quickly operating box lenses and with on-site production crews dramatically decreasing, this innovation offers a new solution to tackle current challenges.

Danny Zemanek, Freelance Camera Operator explained, “Previously remote production technology was an additional cost for broadcasters, but now it is essential to ensure camera operators can work safely. The U50 remote head from Mo-Sys represents a new way that operators can control big box lenses with the same precision and agility that we have come to expect.”

Tags: Mo-Sys | Camera Tracking | Remote Systems | U50 | Remote Head | Camera Control | Box Lenses | Remote Production | Backlash free drives | Telephoto lenses | U-shape space frame | Mo-sys TimeCam | Pan and tilt motors | high bandwidth | robotics | film remote heads
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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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SKY NEWS AUSTRALIA INSTALLS VINTEN ROBOTICS AND AUTOSCRIPT INTELLIGENT PROMPTING IN REMOTE STUDIOS Posted: 06/12/2019
SKY NEWS AUSTRALIA INSTALLS VINTEN ROBOTICS AND AUTOSCRIPT INTELLIGENT PROMPTING IN REMOTE STUDIOS

Sky News Australia has made a major investment in state-of-the-art robotic camera support systems from Vinten and Intelligent Prompting solutions from Autoscript for its six remote studios in Australia. With the latest build-out just completed in Sky News' Canberra Parliament House studio, the Vinten and Autoscript equipment is a vital link in the network's strategy to reduce operational costs through centralised, IP-based control of remote broadcasts.

Sky News is a 24/7 multi-channel network providing international news, local news, and current affairs programmes to viewers throughout Australia and New Zealand. With headquarters, master control, and main studio based in Sydney, the network operates remote studios in Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, and Brisbane.

Sky News has fitted its Canberra Parliament House studio with three Vinten FH-145 robotic pan/tilt camera heads, driven by the Vinten HD-VRC control system, three Vinten Quattro pedestals, and three Autoscript EPIC-IP 19" prompting monitors with integrated talent feedback monitors, driven by Autoscript WinPlus-IP News prompting software. Amber Technology, a Vitec Production Solutions Premier Partner, supplied the Vinten and Autoscript solutions and partnered for the build-out.

Tags: SKY NEWS AUSTRALIA | VINTEN ROBOTICS | AUTOSCRIPT INTELLIGENT PROMPTING | FH-145 | HD-VRC | EPIC-IP | WinPlus-IP News
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