Posted on by Jeff Cheng

Autel Robotics USA is showing prototypes of its new handheld, stabilized camera platform for the first time today at NAB 2016, Central Hall – C2139 and asking the public to participate in the development process. The prototypes currently feature a 4K UltraHD camera, a 3-axis gimbal automatic stabilizer, three shooting modes, a built-in mic, and a customizable modular mount. This portable platform will also hook up to a mobile device and app for advanced settings, autonomous camera maneuvers, and a live camera feed.

Autel Robotics USA’s customer collaboration effort starts at NAB 2016. There will be a table at the Autel Robotics USA booth where attendees can interact with the prototypes and submit ideas for names, color variations, use case scenarios, features, and other ideas for the product.

“We’re always looking for ways to stay as close to our customers as possible,” Autel Robotics USA Director of Communications Natalie Cheng said. “By asking potential users to participate and provide feedback throughout development cycle, we hope to create a final product that is a powerful, customizable, and a useful tool to customers.”

Autel Robotics USA will also show its X‑Star series of 4K camera drones now available for purchase and provide an update on its unprecedented fixed-wing, vertical takeoff and landing Kestrel prototype with expanded use cases.

Autel Robotics USA is an emerging technology company based in Bothell, Washington. With 7-days-a-week customer support, the company is dedicated to providing users with the best-possible experience.

Please visit the Autel Robotics booth at NAB 2016 at Central Hall – C2139 for more information.