GoPro, Inc. (NASDAQ: GPRO) was established in 2004, and its predecessor was Woodman Labs, Inc., and was renamed GoPro in February 2014. The company is headquartered in San Mateo, California, and has 970 full-time employees. Ren is a company that develops and manufactures high-definition video equipment for extreme sports.
The GoPro camera is a small portable fixed waterproof and shockproof camera. GoPro cameras have been widely used by extreme sports groups such as surfing, skiing, extreme biking, and skydiving, so “GoPro” has almost become synonymous with “extreme sports cameras”
As the pioneer and leader of the sports camera industry, GoPro provides the most advanced sports cameras in the world (such as: used to shoot every high-definition moment during high-speed extreme sports such as skydiving, shower, bungee jumping), a full set of advanced humanized Additional components (such as floating handles, head straps, shoulder straps, dog chest straps, etc.), the latest and most practical accessories (such as rechargeable batteries, Smart Remote, LCD Touch BacPac™, etc.) and the most simple Useful and feature-rich application APP (using the GoPro application can remotely control the camera, playback and share content, and watch the “best” video of the GoPro channel. The GoPro Studio software is the best way to import and play back GoPro media. It can easily make your own moving videos and share them with the world).
GoPro’s acquisition and listing road:
- GoPro acquired CineForm on March 30, 2011, thereby obtaining the ownership and use rights of the CineForm 444 video codec (this decoder can speed up HD and 3D image processing without sacrificing image quality. After purchase, this technology Used in HERO cameras).
- In 2014, GoPro made its IPO on Nasdaq with an issue price of US$24. It issued 17.8 million shares and successfully raised US$427.2 million in funds. The stock trading code is GPRO. The company’s net worth was US$2.95 billion on the day of listing.
On July 6, 2015, GoPro released the first fully waterproof camera HERO4 Session, which is also GPRO’s smallest camera so far.