Gen-V Technology represents the fifth generation of stabilization technology and is the first gimbal technology to utilize a six degree of freedom flexible isolator to replace the traditional mechanical constraint system in a gimbal. The new technology includes both software and hardware that enable a structure to provide a simple, direct support for the imager. Of the company's recent achievement, PV Labs CEO Mark Chamberlain said "This is the first truly new gimbal technology to hit the market in more than 10 years. I have spent over 25 years in the industry and I think that we have achieved the ultimate system; unparalleled performance in a simple, elegant design. The introduction of this technology will also disrupt current pricing paradigms in the industry."
PV Labs will be including Gen-V Technology across their current markets through new product introductions in Cinematography, Electronic News Gathering (ENG), Corridor Mapping, Wide Area Mapping, Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI), Public Safety. The initial product introductions will be part of the PV-15 product line. Mike Lewis, PV Labs CTO noted, "The modularity of the design allows us to maximize performance and reliability to address all of our current customers' needs while giving them the confidence that we will be there to support them in the long run. With performance exceeding that of all other gimbal systems on the market the PV-15 will enable a whole new class of imaging systems to be utilized."
Founded in 2004, PV Labs makes turnkey systems that capture, store, analyze and interpret images. PV Labs' clients are a growing list of who's who in the entertainment, geospatial, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) industries. PV Labs representatives will be at NAB, GeoINT, AUVSI and Cinegear this year.
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