InfoComm 23 Debut for ENCO’s RUSHWORKS Robotic Pan/Tilt Head


For radio and TV software technology provider ENCO, “ultra-quiet, smooth camera operation” is the product promise it is bringing to those in attendance at this weekend’s InfoComm in Orlando.

ENCO, which can be found at Booth 3816 from June 14–16 at the Orange County Convention Center, will be putting its focus on its RUSHWORKS PTX Model 3 PRO robotic pan/tilt head. The product incorporates what ENCO calls “several engineering advancements that make it ideal for use in any production setting, including a newsroom environment.

“Designed for larger payloads, the PTX Model 3 provides the torque necessary for smoothly controlling most professional-grade camera/lens combinations, including models from Blackmagic Design, Canon, Panasonic/Lumix, Red, Arri, Sony, and others,” the company says.

RUSHWORKS founder Rush Beesley comments, “We premiered the PTX Model 3 PRO at ISE 2023 to much acclaim. We are excited now for InfoComm audiences to experience this product. We think they will be impressed with the refinements that make it ideal for critical production environments where smooth operation and absolute quiet are of top importance.”

Configuring multiple PTX units on a network simplifies connectivity and control. Camera operators can use any joystick that supports the versatile and broadly interoperable VISCA over IP protocol to execute commands like pan, titl, speed, ramp curves, presets and recalls, tally, and more. The RUSHWORKS VDESK Integrated Production System or RUSHCONTROL Robotics Control Software can also be used to remotely control positioning and camera functions.

Designed and manufactured in the United States, the PTX Model 3 PRO is rugged and stable, constructed of aluminum and steel, with a head that measures 15” x 15” x 15” and weighing in at 43 lbs.