Autonomous camera robotsfor the video industry


As machine vision and robotic automation evolve towards new levels of intelligence, video production systems will rise as well to Level 5 and fully autonomous video productions.

We target to reach Level 5 automation by 2023 which is analogous to developing software for self-driving cars in our industry. With our technology, multi-camera robot setups will collaborate to segment and understand unexplored scenes and then execute all operational tasks of traditional camera crews autonomously, leaving only creative storytelling to human operators. We can reduce the average cost of a production by 50% through our technology, making professional video accessible to entirely new segments.


So what do we do?

We develop state-of-the-art video analysis algorithms for real-time object recognition and scene segmentation in video productions. Based on precise camera motion models, we always deliver perfect cinematography under all operating conditions.

"We are reaching the stage where the problems we must solve are going to become insoluble without computers. I do not fear computers, I fear the lack of them."

— Isaac Asimov

Developed at ETH Zurich,every unit guarantees Swiss quality,reliability and precision.

The world's first autonomous multi camera robots for live productions. Our Seervision robot uses artificial intelligence to bring new levels of accuracy to productions while minimizing footprint and productions costs. Its face and limb detection software automates camera operation for as many objects as you need, easily tracking their movements to provide stable and natural looking content.... and that's actually only the top of the iceberg.


So what do you do?

We are constantly looking for motivated people and offer various attractive terms depending on what you bring to the table. Starting time is always ASAP and place of work can be flexible with a minimum 20% physical presence in Zurich.


We founded our company in 2016 out of research in the field of camera control at the Automatic Control Laboratory of ETH Zurich.

All in all, we have carried out more than 20 R&D projects in the field of camera control, as part of more than 4 years of cooperation on various projects and development work for several industrial partners.

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