Seven professional and 18 college football teams are preparing for the 2016 season with new LED video display equipment from Daktronics. A total of 85 displays combine for 142,250ft² of digital canvas to create an enhanced game-day experience for fans in and around football stadia throughout the country.
US Bank Stadium and Raymond James Stadium are rolling out new integrated super systems at the professional football level while other sites, including Levi’s Stadium and EverBank Field, have added auxiliary signage to their facilities to offer additional content during games.
“This is an exciting time of year when the autumn sports seasons begin and many of our customers are unveiling their new technology to improve the fan experience at their venues,” said Will Ellerbruch, Daktronics national sales manager for live events.
“We’re honored to be the company that numerous professional and collegiate venues turn to for their LED video display needs, and we’re looking forward to seeing these new installations impacting fans when the regular seasons kick off this autumn.”
When the college football regular season kick off this week, 42 new displays at 18 different schools will provide live video, instant replays, game intros and crowd prompts, and statistics to excite the thousands of fans that flock to the stadia to cheer on their teams.
These college installations include the second largest video display in a college-specific football stadium for the University of Oklahoma and the unique application of digital audio façades over the speaker system at Rice University.
August 25, 2016