Spotlight on InfoComm 2019

Sports Technology

Wimbledon, lighting control, Lutron

Wimbledon Demonstrates Potential of Lighting Control and Daylight Harvesting

Lutron helps historic England tennis grounds that hosts Wimbledon championships install retractable roof and retrofitted lighting at Centre Court.

Kentucky Derby Museum

Kentucky Derby Museum Offers Unbridled Interactive Excitement

Interactivity at Churchill Downs’s Kentucky Derby Museum includes learning history of Run for the Roses and opportunities to pretend you’re part of the Fastest Two Minutes in Sports.

Final Four’s Biggest Star: 700-Ton Colossus Video Board

University of Phoenix Stadium borrows mammoth Bristol Motor Speedway’s Colossus video board for this weekend’s Final Four matchup of men’s college basketball’s top teams.

Boston Red Sox Add 46-Foot-Wide LED Display at Fenway Park

New LED display at Fenway Park will give fans in bleachers and on Green Monster easier access to stats and game information.

LED Screens and Application-Based Scoreboards

New technologies power changes in how schools outfit sports venues.

Lawo console provides a wealth of options for Arena TV

Lawo desks proved invaluable at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Robust, reliable technology for the Commonwealth Games

Riedel designed a radio comms solution for use across Glasgow and at the 14 venues hosting 17 different sporting competitions.