SHOTOVER Camera Systems Merges With Churchill Navigation
Churchill Navigation and SHOTOVER Camera Systems have merged to form SHOTOVER Systems. With a long-standing record of collaboration, both companies are able to join together and use their complementary research and development capabilities to bring the most advanced hardware and software products to market.
“We’re incredibly excited to announce this union which will take everything we’ve been working on since inception to the next level,” said Tom Churchill, CEO and founder, Churchill Navigation. “The SHOTOVER team shares our vision and commitment to create industry-leading products backed by a company culture that delivers exceptional customer support.”
SHOTOVER Systems will continue to operate from the companies headquarter locations in Boulder, Colorado, and Queenstown, New Zealand, as well as maintain its Service Center locations in Los Angeles, CA, and Maintal, Germany. The company remains committed to supporting its current product line and industries, and is focused on extensive new product development as well as providing enhanced augmented reality offerings for existing products.
Churchill will lead the company as CEO, while current SHOTOVER Camera Systems CEO, Brad Hurndell, will remain with the firm as General Manager.
“This is an exciting venture that will allow both companies to take our new and existing customers into the future,” said Hurndell. “The value that Churchill products offer our customers in mapping, augmented reality, and video processing brings game-changing opportunities we can’t wait to share”.
SHOTOVER Camera Systems majority shareholder, and mission diverse helicopter company, Helinet Aviation remains as a Shareholder in the new entity.
“Churchill creates the world’s most advanced solutions for augmented reality over full-motion video and has quickly become the market leader in this space, said Helinet CEO Kathryn Purwin. “I am confident in Tom’s vision for the future of SHOTOVER Systems, and I look forward to seeing the company continue to grow and move into new markets.”