XPression apps developer Coiron acquired by Ross Video
Ross Video has bought the US-based technology company that helped to develop applications for its XPression family of real-time motion graphics systems.
Located in California, Coiron is responsible for XPression Telestrate, XPression Trackless Studio, and XPression Touch Factory.
The trio of applications are used for sports analysis, virtual studio production and interactive touch screen video presentations, respectively.
As a result of the acquisition, Coiron chief executive Carlos Vasquez will become part of Ross Video’s graphics division in the role of technical product manager for the Ross Virtual Solutions group.
David Ross, the chief executive of Ross said: “I’ve always been impressed with Carlos’ brilliance, integrity, and the fact that he’s an all-around nice guy.”
Vasquez added: “After years of collaboration, which has evolved from producing real-time graphics and data integration projects for Ross customers, to building and releasing live production products together, we are now moving into the next phase of our relationship: becoming an integral part of their awesome team.
“We are really excited to join a prestigious company with years of continued growth like Ross Video. We’re looking forward to contributing as much as we can to deliver new, outstanding solutions for our global customers, especially in the Virtual Solutions product line.”
No finances were revealed.