Super systems

Videoworks comes to METS 2018 with a stand packed with new products demonstrating a key focus on the issue of cybersecurity.


Videoworks, the audio/video, entertainment, IT and domotics company, will be at METS in Amsterdam from 13 to 15 November 2018, revealing all the secrets of the onboard technologies developed by the team.

Onboard systems have become as easy to use as smartphone and tablet apps.

Offering customers its know-how and technological integrations, the Italian company offers the best technological integration based on individual requirements for superyachts over 100 metres.


Videoworks can integrate all domotics and control of onboard systems in a single device of any kind. The Creston remote control, perfect for less experienced users, is one such example, but owners can also opt for dedicated apps installed on smartphones, iPads and iPhones.


One such example is the ITWmode app, designed by ItWorks exclusively for Videoworks, easily downloadable from stores and completely free of charge. The app is compatible with all iOS devices and also exists in a web version that may be installed on Android devices or using clients such as Google Chrome. These apps permit management of a whole ecosystem of services, with customised content and graphics to respond to all kinds of needs. This multiservice app permits management of all services from an ordinary smartphone.


The Videoworks stand will also feature a self-supporting structure integrating a professional 4K Sony 65” display and James Loudspeaker waterproof speakers for outdoor use. The C.110sm-ACT speakers will be accompanied by a 10” subwoofer with a built-in amplifier and DSP. This unique product is designed to offer deep, even bass with a discrete, compact design. Its custom colours and perforated aluminium grid permit flush assembly to make it as discrete as possible.

The C-806TiM-ACT is a more compact in-wall 8” speaker with a built-in amplifier and DSP designed for assembly in smaller spaces. This versatile, elegant solution makes no compromises, offering designers and music fans crystal clear treble, a vast range of mid-tones and plenty of deep bass.


The numerous yachts on which Videoworks has installed its systems demonstrate the Italian company’s versatility and capacity to take care of all aspects of onboard technology, from domotics to entertainment and from lighting design to audio/video systems.

The latest superyachts to feature Videoworks technology include Benetti’s 69-metre Spectre, CRN’s 50-metre Latona, Custom Line’s Navetta 42, as well as Dominator’s two 28-metre superyachts Cadet and Zalanka.

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