Case Studies

Panasonic provides solutions that give you the freedom to focus on the content you’re creating and broadcasting, safe in the knowledge that the technology you’re using will deliver the performance you need. Our robotic camera systems are the perfect demonstration of this commitment.

Find out how Panasonic robotic camera systems have been employed in different environments and various applications.

 


GOTHENBURG SYMPHONY

The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra has implemented a Panasonic remote camera infrastructure to help live stream its concerts to 150,000 people a month in the highest possible quality.



notélé Belgium

Panasonic's AW-UE150 is the first PTZ on the market to provide Position Data Notification (PTZF). Thanks to the adoption of the FreeD protocol, the AW-UE150 is compatible with Virtual Studios and Augmented Reality applications. Due to this feature, the AW-UE150 provides real-time positioning to the virtual Reality Engine™ from Zero Density.




France TV

While French students are confined to their homes due to the Covid-19 pandemic, France Télévisions has been mobilizing its channel since March 23, to support them in their schooling. In partnership with the Ministry of National Education and to respond to the “Learning Nation” mission, lessons were given by teachers, for all levels, as well as a variety of educational activities on the programme. The morning is devoted to the little ones, the afternoon to the older ones.




Trinity Broadcasting Network

Recently, TBN purchased 16 x AW-UE150 4K 60p integrated pan/tilt/zoom cameras, 7 x AW-RP150 camera controllers and Tecnopoint Tuning software, Totem telescopic column systems and motorized floor and ceiling dolly systems to equip new studio sets at its Tustin, CA and New York, NY facilities.




GROUNDBREAKING TV PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTED BY THE GERMAN ARMED FORCES

Following a near three-month implementation, the first virtual reality studio of the German Armed Forces (Bundeswehr) was recently approved. KST GmbH implemented a highly-automated, 4K-capable studio facility that supports both VR and AR environments at ZOpKomBw, the Bundeswehr’s operational communications centre, located in the German town of Mayen.