Daktronics fits out Collierville High School with 16 displays


Collierville High School in Tennessee, which recently opened the doors to its new US$94m facility, has had 16 new displays and video boards installed to cater for all its sports and athletics programs.

Four video displays and 12 fixed-digit scoreboards have been designed for the new facility for football, basketball, wrestling, volleyball, lacrosse, soccer, baseball, softball and track teams. The main video board at the stadium, which measures 30 x 17ft, features 15HD pixel layout for bright and clear images for fans; the gymnasium video display, measuring 16 x 11ft with 10mm line spacing, is paired with a fixed-digit scoreboard.

“The fan engagement is second to none,” said Jeff Curtis, Collierville director of athletics. “We have a college atmosphere with our new equipment and it’s only going to get better. We want to compete with everyone in the country and are very proud of what we’ve accomplished here.”

For its softball and baseball teams, video displays measuring 16 x 7ft and 16 x 8ft respectively both feature 19mm line spacing and are paired with fixed-digit scoreboards and audio systems.


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