Egripment has introduced new ARC Compensation hardware and software for its Xtreme T10 telescoping crane, while its entire line of remote dolly systems now supports VR, AR and manual control.

The ARC Compensation allows the operator to automate the arm movement, related to pan and tilt positions. It adds functionality for automated moves including vertical straight lines, horizontal plane and pan compensation.

Going swimmingly: Egripment’s G-Track system set up poolside

Going swimmingly: Egripment’s G-Track system set up poolside

Its G-Track, G-Track Mini and Motorised Slider dollies can now be manually controlled for direct control by an operator, completely computer-controlled and fully automated for repetitive precision and accuracy.

The base can also be mounted in a variety of positions, on the floor or inverted from the ceiling, and with a straight or curved track, enhancing versatility. There is also a small base dolly with smooth track wheels on a narrow, high-speed steel track, reaching maximum speeds of 45kmh.

The Dolly Track System works seamlessly with Egripment’s remote broadcast products, such as the StarCam Studio System and remote heads, which can be installed with a riser or column to create a sophisticated multi-axis studio system, suitable for VR/AR and studio automation.

Egripment is exhibiting at IBC2019 on Stand 12.A21.