Graeme Kelly is the latest recruit to Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC)’s – a Nikon company – Broadcast division as its new Head of Broadcast Products.
With over a decade of experience at Grass Valley, Kelly has been at the cutting edge of the industry-wide transition from SDI to IP. He joined in 2011 as Principal Engineer in the Routing Group, contributing architecture, hardware and FPGA designs to GV’s highly successful Sirius Routing range. He led the team within GV working on both SDI and IP interfaced multiviewers helping the MV-8 Series become a cornerstone of GV’s Live Production Business and as Senior Manager he also assumed responsibility for the software-defined Kaleido IP multiviewing platform.
Armed with a Masters Degree in Electronics and Physics from the University of Glasgow, Kelly started his career at Snell & Wilcox as a Design Engineer and held various design and technical positions with a number of broadcast companies including Gennum, Sigma Designs and Vutrix before arriving at Grass Valley. He will bring all of this vast experience to bear at MRMC working alongside Paddy Taylor, Head of Broadcast at MRMC and the Broadcast team.
“This industry is constantly changing because of technological advances and the clever application of that technology by engineering and design teams collaborating on research, development and approach to market. I am very excited to be joining a company at the forefront of extending technology into live broadcast and to helping my colleagues at MRMC continue to inspire and innovate new products and services,” said Kelly.
“I am thrilled to welcome Graeme to the MRMC team and our expanding broadcast division,” commented Paddy Taylor, Head of Broadcast at MRMC. “His passion for product and his technical expertise are clear for all to see and I know that with Graeme on board our drive for excellence can only attain new heights.”
The Broadcast division at MRMC develops and markets a range of remote camera solutions designed from studios to live sports productions. These include but are not limited to PTZs and robotic pods, real-time pan bar controls and automated player tracking software to the Polymotion Chat automated camera tracking solution.