Shotoku to launch updated robotic camera at NAB 2020



Shotoku will launch the next phase in technical and operational developments for robotic control systems at NAB 2020.

The international manufacturer of 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 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.

“Shotoku’s position as one of the world’s most innovative robotic camera system developers is a result of the core robotics systems developed over several years, but also the continual enhancement, expansion and adaptation we put into the products to ensure they continue to deliver the highest levels of performance, reliability and flexibility for our many clients around the world.” explains James Eddershaw, CEO Shotoku USA.

“This year, amongst numerous other enhancements, we are excited to show our extremely popular SmartPed pedestal with flexible Absolute Navigation options, as well as a host of other advancements developed to keep our customers competitive and successful.”

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