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Interactive training for Sydney Light Rail project

Posted by on Nov 22, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

A series of interactive staff training videos produced by Anvil Media are helping streamline and improve Project Inductions for the Sydney Light Rail project. Joint venture partner, ACCIONA Australia is working with the NSW Government to build a light rail line from Circular Quay to Sydney’s south-eastern suburbs. The Acciona Group is a leading Spanish corporation that employs around 33,000 people in five continents and delivers more than 300,000 hours of staff training each year. This was the first time Acciona had implemented online induction training in an Australian project. Acciona’s Project Training Coordinator, Sonia Bellon Rico, said that implementing an online video training system was a positive solution for such a large construction project. “Our initial method of induction training was time consuming for the presenters and attendees. The online induction provides a consistent message and it also ensures that all the...

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Take your message beyond the road

Posted by on Jun 5, 2016 in Articles, Corporate Videos Articles, Event Articles | Comments Off on Take your message beyond the road

If you’ve spent money organising an event that attracts 600 people, what is it worth to engage many more people online? One of our long-time clients, Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), recently took to the road with a series of events to build understanding of one of its key programs among cattle and sheep. Key staff from the company visited each state of Australia throughout March and April to present up-to-date information on the Meat Standards Australia (MSA) meat grading system. The whole event series attracted around 600 livestock producers, as well as some livestock agents and meat processors. Fairly late in the event planning phase, MLA approached us with an idea to film the MSA Roadshow, to extend the message beyond those people who could attend a face-to-face seminar. “We were thinking about filming the forums ourselves but to his...

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Drone video rules in Australia

Posted by on Mar 23, 2016 in Articles, Corporate Videos Articles | Comments Off on Drone video rules in Australia

The Australian Government Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has strictly controlled commercial use of drones in Australia since 2002. Operators of unmanned aircraft are considered part of Australia’s aviation industry. They must be licensed with CASA and adhere to strict regulations for flying drones. Be mindful of the rules when making aerial footage. CASA will prosecute people who flout the law. Australian drone regulations In Australia, a large UAV cannot fly: higher than 400 ft (122 m) within close proximity to an aerodrome in icy conditions (without anti-ice or de-icing equipment) in poor visibility (less than 5 km or 1000 ft) over designated airspace over populous areas (without certification for high altitude). Flying small video drones Small UAVs do not require approval in Australia if they remain: clear of designated airspace, aerodromes and populous areas below 400 ft (122 m)...

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Anvil Media’s video production drones

Posted by on Mar 23, 2016 in Articles, Corporate Videos Articles, Country Communication Articles, Mining and Industrial Articles | Comments Off on Anvil Media’s video production drones

Anvil Media has chosen the DJI Phantom 3 Pro as our workhorse drone. With 3-axis stabilisation and a 4K camera, it offers fantastic versatility and outstanding picture quality for a reasonable cost. But we’ll soon have another very exciting option: the famous Lily Drone. Nicknamed the ‘selfie drone’, Lily follows its subject around without requiring the operator to do anything! The inventors had in mind self-obsessed surfers and extreme sports people. But we immediately saw the potential to strap the tracking device on, oh, let’s say a piece of farm machinery, and have the drone follow that around the paddock. Lily is so new that we’ll be one of the first companies in the world to own one when the first manufacturing batch arrives in July. Exciting times. Talk to the experts Want a bird’s eye view of your...

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Capture stunning drone video footage

Posted by on Mar 23, 2016 in Articles, Corporate Videos Articles, Mining and Industrial Articles, Promotional Videos Articles | Comments Off on Capture stunning drone video footage

Can I have aerial drone vision with that? The ins and outs of UAV filming. A search of ‘drone video’ or ‘drone footage’ will tell you it’s gone viral! The internet is flooded with amateur videos of oceans, war battles and farm machinery. Lots of farm machinery. But commercial drone filming in Australia is not just a matter of buying a DJI Phantom, having a quick practice and heading out to shoot. Farm machinery has often been in the picture when Anvil Media has arranged licensed aerial drone footage for our clients’ projects. But it can be costly! Want a drone for the day? Prepare to double the cost of your shoot! Or more. Anvil Media’s camera crews include highly experienced drone video operators with all the right certifications. So we’ve been able to include drone capability economically (and...

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Anvil Online Video Presentations

Posted by on Oct 19, 2015 in Articles, Event Articles | Comments Off on Anvil Online Video Presentations

Staging a conference is a major investment. Then it’s over. And those who can’t attend miss out. Anvil Media SIOPs overcomes the inherent limitations of a one-time, one-place event. SIOP stands for ‘Synchronised Interactive Online Presentation’. And if you’ve never heard of it, it’s because we just made it up! If you’ve organised a conference—for a company or industry association—you’ve probably thought about recording presentations and publishing them online. Anvil Media’s SIOP product offers the ideal platform. Anvil Online Video Presentations are ideal for: capturing conferences and training workshops presenting webinars teaching educational resources via an online Learning Management System (LMS). “For years our clients would ask us to record conferences and provide the content on DVD,” said Anvil Media’s CEO, Darryl Anderson. “But, unless you go for Blu-ray, DVD is limited to standard definition. There’s not the screen...

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