XLNT and Lift Turn Move Sign CyberMotion(TM) UK Sales & Distribution Deal

(PresseBox) ( The Netherlands, )
XLNT Advanced Technologies and Lift Turn Move (LTM) have announced an agreement for LTM to become the UK and Ireland sales and distribution dealer for CyberMotion, the world's first dedicated mobile stage automation system, and the DS8 Solid State motor controllers for standard chain hoists. The deal was announced at the CUE trade show in Rotterdam on January 16.

Developed and manufactured by XLNT Advanced Technologies in the Netherlands, CyberMotion is the first system that combines automated hoists, automated winches and automated trolley/track systems, together with a user-friendly dedicated control desk - the first truly complete solution for mobile and flexible applications including touring, one-off events and theatre.

LTM, owned by John Jones, David King and Dave Ward, has an established and dedicated sales and support team for the entertainment market. XLNT Commercial Director Marc van der Wel comments: "We are delighted to join forces with Lift Turn Move, whose knowledge and experience in the UK lifting equipment market is second to none. This partnership will bring exciting new opportunities for LTM and for the CyberMotion brand."

Dan Holme, who heads up the LTM Entertainment Division, adds: "The CyberMotion brand helps strengthen our route to market, as the system offers a complete solution for all axes of motion control. This will be a great benefit to the UK market as the system offers plug-and-play capability without the need to customise standard products to fit with other elements of the system. Besides being the first mobile motion control system certified to SIL3, CyberMotion is also certified to BGVC-1, which is increasingly demanded in the UK and Ireland.

"To join forces with a world renowned brand such as XLNT and its CyberMotion system is something we have thought carefully about, and now we have made the commitment we will look to establish the brand in both production and fixed installation envirovents." LTM's Cyber Product Training programme will commence with the first expected shipment in March this year.

LTM will offer sales, support and servicing throughout the UK and Ireland for the complete CyberMotion range of products and solutions. The company's entertainment client list spans the entire spectrum from small shows and installations to the largest international tours.

CyberMotion is a unique series of 100% compatible, compact SIL3-certified motion control products. The dedicated MotionCue3D control console with a graphical real-time display makes creating breathtaking shows and installations fast and intuitive, and precisely repeatable in show operation mode.

It provides real-time 3D view and position tracking and allows freely assignable points of rotation per object. The console can run up to 256 axes or 128 objects. Online adjustments can be made with playback faders and joystick.

The C-Hoist(TM) and CHII-Hoist(TM) provide a choice of two intelligent, variable speed chain hoists, covering all applications from world-wide touring and spectacular shows, to mobile installations in multi-purpose venues and theatres.

They're complemented by the C-Winch(TM) intelligent, high-speed winch, which offers ultra-fast lifting and movement of lightweight objects with 0.1 mm accuracy. The system is completed by the C-Track(TM) wide beam stable track, which partners the C-Trolley(TM) (optionally wireless) trolley, available in standard or high-speed versions.

All CyberMotion products are multi-voltage (175-460 Volt) for global use and feature a 'plug and play' design for fast setup and tear-down, as well as high durability for cost efficient global touring.
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