DMI was established in 1997. Since then, we have designed & manufactured camera systems available in all 5 continents.
Our primary product is the Mega III 3-axis remote head, which we have designed & manufactured in-house.
Other systems include a 3-axis stabilised system, which was originally designed for the Bourne Ultimatum motorbike chase, then used for the Panama harbour motorbike jump on Quantum of Solace. It has been used on extensive sporting events in collaboration with the Vortex telescopic mast (TM - Cammotion).
We have designed & manufactured various control systems (camera lifting rigs - 1 for VW Toureg (National Treasure 2) 1 for Quad-bike use (via remote Preston FIZ control).
We made/programmed the motor control system for the roof opening system used in the Batman Tumbler Batmobile (Batman Begins).
We also currently manufacture power readout modules for helicopter power control systems.
We supplied our Preston-FIZ interface for the London 2012 Olympics to convert the "Preston" protocol into a standard protocol for sending to an ethernet link, and converting it back again so the Preston lens motors etc would operate as normal. The same system is also used for interfacing to standard industrial motor drives.
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