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Motion Impossible Welcomes Ben Dair as Chief Product Officer


Ben Dair

Motion Impossible is pleased to announce Ben Dair has joined the team as Chief Product Officer.

With over 25 years of experience in the Media and Entertainment Technology space, Ben has previous experience working for renowned industry names such as Quantel, Avid, Autodesk, Harris, Technicolor, Snell Advanced Media, Grass Valley, Ncam Technology, and Vizrt. Dair brings a wealth of experience and expertise in product management leadership with him and has delivered many new products to the Media and Entertainment market.

Rob Drewett, CEO of Motion Impossible, said, “We are delighted to welcome Ben to this new role at Motion Impossible. With Ben’s experience and expertise in the Media and Entertainment sectors, we are excited to see where his years of knowledge and innovative vision can take us.”

Over the past few years, Ben has specialized in areas such as TV and film post-production, live broadcast, augmented graphics and virtual production.

Ben Dair, said, “I am thrilled and excited to be joining the talented Motion Impossible (MI) crew. I believe MI leads the industry in remote roaming acquisition for feature films, episodics, and live broadcast using their AGITO dolly system. It is great to be involved with such innovative and cool robotics technology – and this is just the start!”

Earlier in April Motion Impossible announced Nova, a new software update for its ground-breaking AGITO remote control modular dolly, with powerful new features including repeatable movements to the AGITO arsenal, a more ergonomic and streamlined User Interface for the AGITO’s remote control. More updates and new product announcements are expected to see the light during 2021.

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