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Shotoku USA to Exhibit at NAB NY for the First Time Posted: 12/10/2017

Tedial, the leading independent MAM technology solutions specialist, has announced that Visual Data Management Systems (VDMS), provider of multichannel media management services, has deployed a duplicate of its London Tedial Evolution MAM system at its Burbank, CA location. VDMS works with intellectual property rights owners and their licensees to supply post-production services in the TV & Film digital media supply chain as the premiere safe custodian of master materials and the partner trusted to securely manufacture media deliverables.

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Shotoku Broadcast Systems Hits the Heights with Graphica, a New Series of VR AR Tracked Camera Cranes, at IBC 2017 Posted: 14/09/2017

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, is introducing the European market to Graphica, its latest series of manual virtual / augmented reality (VR / AR) tracked camera cranes at IBC 2017. The series is the result of a partnership with well-established crane manufacturer CamMate, known for its quality of engineering. The company will also showcase its Smart solutions: the SmartPed fully robotic XY pedestal, and the SmartTrack ceiling mounted rail camera system; and the popular Free-d2 a next-gen VR/AR tracking system.

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Shotoku to Highlight New Functionality for the Enhanced ECI Automation Interface Posted: 13/09/2017

Shotoku, producers of premium robotic camera systems and camera support for ENG, EFP, Studio, OB and VR/AR applications, today announces that it will demonstrate powerful new features for the Enhanced ECI Automation Interface for its flagship TR-XT robotic camera control system at IBC2017 (Stand 12.E42), giving show attendees the opportunity to try it out first-hand.

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Shotoku to highlight new functionality for the Enhanced ECI Automation Interface Posted: 12/09/2017

Shotoku, producers of premium robotic camera systems and camera support for ENG, EFP, Studio, OB and VR/AR applications, today announces that it will demonstrate powerful new features for the Enhanced ECI Automation Interface for its flagship TR-XT robotic camera control system at IBC2017 (Stand 12.E42), giving show attendees the opportunity to try it out first-hand.

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Shotoku Broadcast Systems Opens Shotoku USA and Extends Local Support Posted: 22/04/2017

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a world leader of advanced camera support products, has expanded its global presence with the launch of Shotoku USA, a company founded to support the organizations already significant and growing customer-base in North America. The announcement was made by James Eddershaw, Managing Director of parent company Shotoku UK, who noted that US support operations are headquartered in New York State with a satellite office located in Atlanta Georgia.  

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Shotoku Broadcast Systems Partners With Crane Manufacturer CamMate to Release New Series of VR AR Tracked Camera Cranes at NAB 2017 Posted: 21/04/2017

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, launches a series of manual virtual / augmented reality (VR / AR) tracked camera cranes at the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas. The series, Graphica, is the result of a partnership with well-established crane manufacturer CamMate, known for its quality of engineering. The company is also showcasing a number of its highly popular solutions at its booth, including SmartPed, a fully robotic XY pedestal, and Free-d2 next-gen tracking system.

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Shotoku Broadcast Systems to Showcase TP-200VR 300VR System at IBC 2016 Posted: 18/08/2016

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, is showcasing its TP-200VR/300 VR system to the European broadcast market at this year's 2016 IBC Show in Amsterdam. The company's combined TP-200VR pedestal and SX-300 VR head, which Shotoku will be demonstrating at Stand 12.E42, produce an industry-leading VR tracking system without compromise in accuracy or ease of operation. The Company will also highlight its advanced TP500, SmartPed, SmartTrack and Free-d2 systems.

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Shotoku To Launch New SmartPed at The 2016 NAB Show, Continuing its Lead in Advanced Robotic Camera Systems Posted: 17/03/2016

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, will be introducing SmartPed, the latest addition to its wide range of advanced robotic camera systems, to the US market at this years NAB Show. A new, fully robotic XY pedestal, SmartPed addresses the creative and commercial demands of on-air environments with a cost-efficient and high-performance solution. It will be demonstrated alongside the companys full range of pedestals, tripods, pan/tilt heads and control systems in Booth C8008 throughout the show.

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Shotoku to Debut Free-d2 at The 2016 NAB Show, Expanding The Companys Range of Virtual Reality Camera Tracking Solutions Posted: 17/03/2016

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, will be introducing the U.S. broadcast market to its latest solution in its range of leading VR/AR tracking systems at this years NAB Show.  The companys new Free-d2, which will be demonstrated at Shotokus Booth C8008, represents a new generation of tracking systems that do not require physical encoder devices attached to the camera supports moving axes.

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QVC Adds Significant Multi-Camera Control System with Shotoku Broadcast Systems to its US Studio Operation Posted: 09/03/2016

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has announced that QVC, the worlds leading video and ecommerce retailer, has significantly increased its current camera control capabilities with the installation of a complete 32-camera control system driven by a large number of TR-QP panels and TR-XT control systems in its US broadcast facility. The system provides for all cameras to be directly controlled from each compact TR-QP via joystick or a number of key camera functions enabling QVC to change studio configurations rapidly, a key requirement in the demanding live TV production environment.  

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QVC Adds Significant Multi-Camera Control System with Shotoku Broadcast Systems to its US Studio Operation Posted: 08/03/2016

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has announced that QVC, the worlds leading video and ecommerce retailer, has significantly increased its current camera control capabilities with the installation of a complete 32-camera control system driven by a large number of TR-QP panels and TR-XT control systems in its US broadcast facility. The system provides for all cameras to be directly controlled from each compact TR-QP via joystick or a number of key camera functions enabling QVC to change studio configurations rapidly, a key requirement in the demanding live TV production environment.  

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Shotoku To Expand Global Marketing Efforts With Appointment of New Coordinator Posted: 05/11/2015

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has named Drago Flores its new Marketing Coordinator in an initiative to even further increase the companys brand awareness around the world. The announcement was made by Tony Hanada, Managing Director, Shotoku, from the companys Kawasaki world headquarters in Japan where Flores will be based.

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Shotoku Expands With New Corporate Headquarters Posted: 26/03/2015

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has announced that it has relocated its UK corporate headquarters to a new location in Sunbury that doubles the size of its operating space. The announcement was made by Mike Wolfe, managing director, Shotoku, from the companys brand new office.

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Shotoku to Commemorate Milestone 70th Anniversary with New Pedestal and Smart Rail Camera System at 2015 NAB Show Posted: 09/03/2015

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, is marking its 70th Anniversary at this years 2015 NAB Show with a celebration in its Booth C7033. Along with showcasing its full range of advanced and high-performing control solutions, pan & tilt heads, robotic and manual pedestals, and virtual reality products for OB, studio, field production and legislative applications, the company is also officially launching its new TP500 compact and lightweight pneumatic pedestal as well as showcasing its well-received SmartTrack smart rail camera system that addresses the demands of daily TV studio use.

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Shotoku Boosts Studio Capabilities of National Spanish Broadcaster Posted: 02/10/2014

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has announced the recent installation of a robotically controlled system comprising numerous pan and tilt heads and dual 16-camera control systems at Atresmedia Corporacin de Medios de Comunicacin, S.A. The Madrid-based Spanish media group, a national broadcaster, maintains a significant presence in the television, radio and cinema industries. The sale was made through Shotokus regional reseller Datos Media.

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