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Introducing the Gremsy MIO for Pro Drone Applications

The new Gremsy Mio is a lightweight, compact 3-axis gimbal designed to integrate into professional drone systems. Gremsy is a leading provider of professional gimbals for the commercial drone industry.   The Gremsy Mio is the next-generation of 3-axis compact camera stabilizers, delivering robust performance for professional applications and offering the …

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Gremsy Releases S1V3 Industrial Gimbal

Vietnamese gimbal powerhouse, Gremsy, keeps innovating to provide tools that support an increasingly expanding range of commercial sensors and new applications. The following is a Gremsy press release. Meet S1V3 – the most lightweight yet multi-load aerial gimbal for industrial applications. Gremsy S1 has been widely used by mappers, surveyors …

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Gremsy on Industrial Gimbals and their Newest Release, the T…

Gremsy is a sponor of DroneLife.com.   No drone payload can work well without a gimbal to carry it on the aircraft.  Gremsy, a leader in industrial gimbals, has just released the heavy lift T7 for use in the commercial marketplace.  We asked Gremsy’s Rosy Nguyen about heavy lift gimbals for larger …

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The Newest Gremsy Gimbal: the T3V3

The Gremsy T3V3: HDMI quick release, stronger motor, and more. Vietnam-based Gremsy, manufacturers of quality gimbals for the professional market,  announce their latest gimbal version today.  Designed for widespread use, the Gremsy T3 is already one of the most popular gimbals used in inspections, mapping, and other commercial applications. It …

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The Gremsy Gimbal Designed Just for a WIRIS Camera – Search …

Gremsy‘s advanced gimbals make work easy for commercial operators. Compact, lightweight, and feature-rich, Gremsy’s Pixy series have made a major impact in commercial applications from videography and mapping to thermal inspections.  Now, by popular customer demand, Gremsy introduces the Pixy WS: a gimbal designed specifically for the Workswell WIRIS security …

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The Gremsy T3 for Industrial Applications: Power Line Inspec…

Transmission lines are often located in mountainous or remote areas, making on-foot or helicopter inspections difficult, time-consuming, and dangerous.  Inspections rely on manual labor that doesn’t always capture accurate data for a proper assessment.  Manual inspections are not only time-consuming, they’re expensive: inspecting 150 miles of power lines and 2,000+ …

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