Quidich Partners with Aeroshot Live

October 20, 2021

Quidich is proud to announce an exciting new partnership with Aeroshot Live and extend its footprints by bringing cutting-edge technology to live broadcast in Australia and New Zealand. This partnership will allow both companies to deliver innovative solutions that provide exciting new perspectives & camera angles to sports broadcasters.

ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020, Perth

Aeroshot Live is known to provide the best in-class technology through their two point and four point wired camera systems that are purpose-built for all types of aerial coverage with applications in indoor arenas, studios & stadiums. Their production and technical teams have years of experience, and they pride themselves on providing peerless services to their clients. Like Quidich, Aeroshot Live is driven by a deep rooted passion for using technology and innovation to enhance storytelling of sports productions.

Quidich has established its footprint in various geographies through innovative use of drones, buggies, optical player tracking solutions and augmented reality (AR) graphics spread across multiple sports. At Quidich, we identify gaps in storytelling and build layers of technology to fill the gap in that sport. This has enabled us to secure partnerships with some of the largest broadcasters and federations including ICC, BCCI, Star Sports and NEP, to name a few. 

Jaskaran Singh Bakshi, Quidich’s Business Development Director said , Quidich is pleased to associate with a specialist camera technology provider, Aeroshot Live. This alliance will enable broadcasters in Australia & New Zealand to capitalise on Quidich’s technical expertise and Aeroshot Live’s local knowledge and experience that seamlessly integrates with the broadcast ecosystem.
Mark Ramsey, Aeroshot’s Technical Director said, Quidich and Aeroshot Live are pleased to announce this exciting partnership, and together both of the companies will have everyone covered from high outside the stadium, to grass level inside, and everything in between.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020, Canberra