09.17.2009 10:40 AM
Vinten Radamec launches Legislative Control System

Vinten Radamec launched a new control system for robotics in conference centers, parliaments and other legislative buildings during IBC2009.

The new technology will extend the capabilities of its offerings, which are already used in major parliamentary buildings around Europe. The Vinten Radamec Legislative Control System (LCS) is a multiuser, multifacility camera control system designed to support complex operations with requirements from manual to fully automated operation.

At the heart of the LCS is a user interface that allows manual operation through a touch-screen interface to target cameras as well as select shots. A joystick also can be added for precision control. The complete system configuration as well as the user interface can be customized to suit the needs of each job, and the whole system is modular.

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