Vinten Radamec will be showing its next-generation fusion robotics, incorporating the companys new ICE (Intelligent Control Engineering) technology at this years IBC. ICE delivers control and accuracy in a compact form, and is incorporated into the recently released FH-145 and FHR-145 heads. The two next generation pan and tilt heads will be displayed alongside Vinten […]
ICE delivers control and accuracy in a compact form, and is incorporated into the recently released FH-145 and FHR-145 heads. The two next generation pan and tilt heads will be displayed alongside Vinten Radamecs first ever product to incorporate the ICE platform, the FHR-35.
The ICE platform provides a motion control system and drive train within the heads to deliver both fast and slow broadcast movement. The ICE motion control system is also able to drive a wide range of full-servo broadcast lenses. The ICE platform harnesses IP technology, allowing control from either the Vinten Radamec VRC or LCS systems over a standard Ethernet infrastructure.
Karen Walker, commercial manager at Vinten Radamec said: There are several very different products in our new robotics range, from pan and tilt heads, to a brand new positioning system for pedestals, as well as an innovative compact and portable control solution. Each individual product is tailored towards specific sectors of the market, yet they all deliver the same performances.
Virtual Reality upgrades available for the full range of ICE heads will also be on display on Vinten Radamecs stand, alongside two brand new product launches.