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Amimon Unleashes Wireless HD Video and Control Transmission Technology with Zero Latency

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Amimon Inc.

2350 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, CA, 95054, USA

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Amimon Unleashes Wireless HD Video and Control Transmission Technology with Zero Latency

Press release date: April 7, 2014

Creates a New Benchmark for Unprecedented Content Creation

Las Vegas, NV – Amimon, the industry innovator for wireless HD video and control transmission with zero latency, is showcasing their proprietary technology for video and film production here at NAB 2014. The unique mobile camera technology enables wireless HD video and bi-directional data transmission for multiple cameras and monitors with absolutely no delay, giving broadcasters and cinematographers unprecedented flexibility for creativity.

"We have truly set the camera free from the control and monitoring functions," said Ram Ofir, CEO, Amimon. "With this technology in place cameras can fly, ski, sail and run while operators maintain full control of focus, view and other performance functions." Tabb Firchau, Owner of Freefly Systems said, "At Freefly we are passionate about the intersection of Art and Technology. Our customers put our products in amazing situations where it is critical that they have a clear, robust, and low latency wireless video link to operate the MôVI. Without this video link we would be unable to accurately frame a shot, check focus, and create incredible shots. Amimon wireless technology combined with the Freefly MôVI removes the technical limitations and allow artists to focus on creating incredible shots."

Sebastian Seidel, CEO of UAV manufacturer Globe Flight GmbH said of Amimon SkyLink, the company's premium zero latency HD video solution: "Customers report excellent results in image quality, robustness and extended range. With SkyLink mounted on a Multicopter we gained the ability to transmit HD live with perfect quality at a much lower cost. UAV makers and operators have been waiting a long time for Amimon's SkyLink."

Arie Zanzuri, Technical Manager at Sports Channel 5, had additional praise for Amimon technology: "We now cover … games with much more maneuverability to get the best angles and can even get live interviews down at the locker rooms without losing the link. With no cables our team is the first to arrive to where the action is. All these advantages cost us less without the extra crew members to run the cables on each camera."

Amimon's unique wireless modules include:
• StudioLink for interference-free monitoring and control of multiple studio
cameras up to 100 meters
• LiveLink for remote broadcast and production shoots with camera control at up
to a 200m range
• SkyLink for long range applications at distances up to 2000m such as
unmanned airborne and vehicle deployments

With the widest range of HD wireless solutions in the professional camera market, Amimon provides proprietary wireless mobile camera technology with fast location deployment, flexibility and real-time control that are unprecedented at this price point. Lightweight, compact AmimonPRO products are plug-and-play PCB-ready for embedding in any chassis or device.

For more information or to schedule a meeting about Amimon's mobile camera solutions email info@amimon.com.

About Amimon
Wireless HD video connectivity is creating a revolution in content creation and consumption. AMIMON, a market leader in zero latency wireless HD video, has invented exclusive technology to harness the power of mobile cameras and fixed video sources, to bring HD content to remote display screens or distribution switches. A founding member of the WHDI, AMIMON employs semiconductors and systems utilizing its core technology to deliver convenience and flexibility to create, transmit and view content on remote devices with the highest image quality.

AMIMON is headquartered in Herzlia, Israel, with offices in Santa Clara, Calif.; Tokyo, Japan; Taipei, Taiwan and Shenzhen, China. To connect with AMIMON, visit http://www.AMIMON.com.

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