Daktronics and VITEC offer joint solutions to venues



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Daktronics – a top designer and manufacturer of electronic scoreboards, digital billboards, programable display and control systems – and VITEC – a leading end-to-end video streaming solutions provider – last month announced a strategic partnership to offer a unique and powerful integrated solution to operators of sports and entertainment venues, the businesswire.com reported.

Using Daktronics’ Show Control System and VITEC’s EZ TV IPTV and Digital Signage Platform, the integrated solution involves streamlining game-day operations by combining centralized, one-button control over all viewing screens, making it easier to provide a unified visual venue experience across all visual campaigns, including IPTV and digital signage — intuitively and effortlessly managed, the report said.

“At Daktronics, we empower our customers to create memorable fan experiences and to produce live events that truly come to life through eye-catching displays and purpose-built control technology,” businesswire.com quoted Daktronics produce manager Bill Hadsell as saying.

“Integrating our award-winning Show Control System with VITEC’s cutting-edge IPTV and Digital Signage Platform enables venues to engage with fans across all their screens in the most efficient, streamlined way in the industry. We’re excited about the partnership with VITEC and the value we are bringing to the market,” he added.

VITEC vice president Eli Garten was quoted by the business news portal saying: “We are thrilled to team up with Daktronics to revolutionize the way content is managed, delivered, and visually synchronized across displays and TVs in sports and entertainment venues.”

“Our IPTV and Digital Signage Platform is the first choice for any venue. From collegiate facilities to professional sports arenas, the integrated solution from VITEC and Daktronics delivers the perfect combination of a sophisticated, unique fan experience with an easy-to-operate control system — all powered by world-class hardware that’s designed to work 24/7,” he added.

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