multiCAM Catches the Action During Paris Tennis Tournament
In addition to the players having to acclimate to the meteorological challenges that generally accompany this time of
year in the French capital, another notable surprise was that of 20-year old French tennis player Hugo Gaston, who
upset top-ranked Swiss player Stan Wrawinka during one match.
Constructed in 1928, the complex spreads across 8.5 hectares (21 acres) of land and contains 20 tennis courts,
comprising three large-capacity stadiums.
Along with the robotic heads, France Télévisions is using multiCAM PILOT camera manager in the on-location
television set. The multiCAM PILOT only needs one operator to smoothly and accurately manage three robotic
The company then strategically installed them in specific locations at the venue. multiCAM also setup and positioned
its remote PILOT camera management system to handle these cameras. Connected via fiber optics, multiCAM
PILOT is positioned 600 meters from the control room.
The 124th edition of the French Open is the last “Grand Slam” event of 2020.
About multiCAM systems
Founded in 2010, multiCAM systems designs and develops easy-to-use, tailor-made live production systems, which
feature advanced video switching capabilities and PTZ camera technology for recording, live streaming and
podcasting visual radio. Focusing on the broadcast, corporate, live event, medical and e-learning markets, multiCAM
systems offers a wide range of products. These include multiCAM STUDIO, an all-in-one system for live video
production; multiCAM RADIO, an automated visual radio studio that allows broadcasters to air programs live 24/7;
multiCAM INSITU video production solution and multiCAM TRACKING, a video recording tool particularly suited
for e-learning and conferencing purposes. The company also offers leading-edge solutions in robotics and AR as well
as integrated systems that deliver cost-effective, state-of-the-art capabilities.