With the new QRS rail, attendees will see Polymotion Chat's automated subject tracking paired with extensive PTZ camera options at CABSAT.
Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC), a Nikon company, signals its intent to penetrate the broadcast market at scale with a substantial presence at four major international trade shows this month.
For the first time, visitors to Integrated Systems Europe, The Media Production and Technology Show, Sports Innovation and CABSAT will be able to see MRMC Broadcast showcase its range of future-facing robotics, camera automation, subject tracking, and software solutions for live events, studios, sports and broadcast markets.
Speaking about the participation, Paddy Taylor, Head of Broadcast at MRMC, said: “We are extremely excited to be exhibiting at in-person events again and can’t wait to see all of our customers and resellers. In particular, we are keen to demonstrate how our software and hardware solutions allow users the freedom to work the way they want with any combination from joysticks, pan bars and gamepad controllers to complete intelligent automation.”
MRMC Broadcast will show how its technologies enable users to create sophisticated on-air shots and also how they can be deployed to realise significant cost savings and enhanced socially distanced workflows.
A key focus will be the automated AI Polymotion range including Polymotion Chat which uses computer vision to track talent and keep them perfectly in frame reducing both the costs of dedicated camera operators and perfectly augmenting remote workflows.
MRMC Broadcast will exhibit the breadth of its PTZ camera integration working with Polymotion Chat at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), Barcelona, which is scheduled to take place from May 10-13.
At The Media Production Show, London, (11-12 May), look for demonstrations of Polymotion Chat, PTZ heads including Agile Remote Cameras’ ARC360 and AFC and the new QRS rail for applications from studio camera robotics to live events and sports.
Visitors to Sports Innovation, Düsseldorf (11-12 May), have the opportunity to see MRMC’s full sports offering in action, including Polymotion Player, the adaptive automated robotic camera solution designed to streamline control of camera angles and offers player tracking. This is showcased integrated with the new PTA-2 high payload head and AFC pan-tilt head as well as remote control options, including Pan Bars and Broadcast Panels.
On display at CABSAT, Dubai, (17-19 May), attendees will see Polymotion Chat’s automated subject tracking combined with extensive PTZ camera options, with the new QRS rail, which brings movement to PTZ content capture in a compact and cost-effective solution.
Taylor added: “Every one of these technologies that we will showcase delivers a range of powerful features and capabilities that work as part of a studio, outside broadcast or remote production workflow. We are proud to offer such an extensive range of broadcast-ready solutions and we are always willing to look at a broadcaster’s problem and develop something that solves it.”