FOR-A Company Limited was established in Tokyo, Japan
FOR-A Corporation of America was established in California
VTG-32 (Video Timer)
First worldwide timer was produced.
FVW-900 (Video Writer)
Freehand drawing on screen via light pen.
R&D Center was opened in Sakura City, Chiba (Japan) for new product development and to expand manufacturing facilities.
FOR-A Corporation of Canada was established in Toronto.
Sakura R&D Center expansion was completed.
FA-410P (Time Base Corrector)
Considered the best time base corrector on the market.
MF-2000 (Digital Video Effects)
First digital video effects manipulation unit produced.
R&D Center opened in Sapporo City, Hokkaido (Japan).
Video Gainesville Inc. (Florida, USA) acquired to establish overseas development center and expand production.
PC board assembly factory opened at Sakura R&D Center.
FOR-A (UK) Limited was established in London (England).
FOR-A Italia S.r.l. was established in Milan (Italy).
Sales offices opened in Beijing (China) and Singapore.
Headquarters moved to Ebisu in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Japan).
Extension expansion of Sakura R&D Center was completed.
24-hour, 365-day FOR-A service call center was established for Japanese market.
VWS-100 (Character Generator)
Selected for official production display use at Nagano Olympic Games.
digiWarp (Virtual Studio System)
Designed to add virtual studio systems to our product lineup.
DCC-700H (Digital Color Corrector)
One of our first HD products produced at the start of digital broadcasting.
ISO certification of Sakura R&D Center was successfully completed.
New headquarters building was completed in Ebisu in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Japan).
Special camera related sales and development center was completed on Sakura R&D grounds.
FOR-A Corporation of Korea was established in Seoul.
ISO 14001 certification of Sakura R&D Center was successfully completed.
Adoption of solar power generation at Sakura R&D Center.
FOR-A MFG Center opened in Sakura City, Chiba (Japan).
FOR-A Latin America was established in Florida.
FOR-A China Limited was established in Beijing.
ISO 27001 certification of administrative headquarter and engineering headquarter was successfully completed.
FOR-A IBE Campany Limited was established in Tokyo, Japan.
FOR-A YEM Eletex Campany Limited was established in Tokyo, Japan.
HVS-3000 (2M/E Digital Video Switchers)
SD and HD versions developed simultaneously. Debuted to acclaim at IBC 2001.
VFC-300 (Variable Frame Rate Camera)
A compact, lightweight, integrated, high-speed camera
HVS-1000HS (HD/SD 1M/E Digital Video Switcher)
HD/SD switchable and compact digital video switcher
(Digital Video Switchers)
Three models of switchers debuted at NAB2005.
FA-9000 (HD/SD Frame Synchronizer)
Won the "STAR Award 2006" of the TV Technology USA magazine.
FRC-7000 (HD Frame Rate Converter)
Won the "STAR Award 2006" of the TV Technology Europe magazine.
MediaConciergeR (Media Management System)
Comprehensive content management systems with file base.
HVS-5000 Series / HVS-300HS (Digital Video Switcher)
large-sized model, to Portable model, Further expansion of the lineup.
FVW-500HS (HD/SD Video Writer)
Won the "STAR Award 2009" of the TV Technology USA magazine.
VRCAM (Sensor-less Virtual Studio System)
Won the "Best of IBC 2009" of the TVB Europe magazine and the "STAR Award 2009" of the TV Technology Europe magazine.
FRC-8000 (Framerate Converter)
Won the "Best of IBC 2009" of the TVB Europe magazine.
LTR-100HS (LTO-5 Video Archiving Recorder)
Won the "PICK HIT Award 2010" of the Broadcast Engineering magazine.
CEQ-100HS (Stereoscopic 3D Processor/Color Equalizer)
Won the "STAR Award 2010" of the TV Technology USA magazine./p>
VFC-7000 "Flash EYE" (HD Variable Frame Rate Camera)
Won the "STAR Award 2011" of the TV Technology USA magazine.