Expansion into Europe: Target3D pushes against the tide
Press Release | 12 October 2020
Target3D, the London-based home of motion capture, is pleased to announce its expansion into the Spanish and Portuguese marketplaces as it launches Target3D Iberia this week.
Target3D Iberia will be the exclusive reseller for OptiTrack, Manus, TheCaptury, Noitom, Vanishing Point and other select manufacturers soon to be announced in Spain and Portugal.
“Target3D is a technically superior team with a deep understanding of precision tracking systems. We’re very glad to see their expansion into Spain and Portugal and have our factory and team standing behind them to serve existing and new OptiTrack customers.” Brian Nilles - Chief Strategy Officer, OptiTrack.
Miguel Motos has been appointed the lead role of Business Development Manager for Target3D Iberia, which is based in Valencia, his city of birth. Miguel brings more than 20 years experience in the mocap, VR, 3D and simulation markets having held senior roles with Ingevideo, DECOM Valencia and EON Reality. “With the launch of Target3D Iberia we will be fulfilling the increasing demand for 3D mocap and VR technology sales from both private and nonprofit organisations, like universities and research centres, in the Iberian market - while adding the support, training and knowledge that Target3D is known for. I’m excited to help this grow.”
Since its inception in 2017, Target3D Ltd has become a key player across the UK for motion capture and VR products, services and training. 2018 saw the arrival of StudioT3D, Central London’s newest large volume motion capture studio, followed by the opening of their first international office with Target3D New Zealand last year.
Talking ahead of the launch of Target3D Iberia, Director Allan Rankin said, “Target3D are delighted to launch the newest addition to our brand, as we bring cutting edge 3D tracking and motion capture, VR and robotics technology to the Spanish and Portuguese markets. The region is home to so many exciting engineering, animation, video game design, robotics, and movement sciences companies, so we look forward to establishing here with the strong support of our key technology suppliers.”