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Panasonic USA Powers SunTrust Park, Battery Immersive Entertainment Solutions

The 41,500 seat stadium and 60 acre mixed use community together is a showcase for the capabilities of a fully integrated network of Panasonic LED Video Displays.

Panasonic USA and the Atlanta Braves are using proprietary technology and cutting-edge immersive entertainment solutions to super charge SunTrust Park and the Battery district’s new legacy destination entirely focused on the connected fan experience. In just 36-months’ time, the Braves designed and constructed the premier MLB ballpark to be ready for the 2017 season as well as be available for music concerts by Billy Joel, Metallica and other live shows like Friday night fireworks...

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Decibel Meter By Uplause Setting Fan Experience Standards At Stadiums, Arenas And Venues

Integrated stadium dB systems by Uplause.

Integrated stadium dB systems by Uplause.

Decibel Meter By Uplause Setting Fan Experience Standards At Stadiums, Arenas And Venues

The interactive decibel meter by Uplause has taken the digital signage Industry by storm by setting the standard at major venues and with teams via implementation of integrated arena dB systems. The Sports Techie community blog spoke to Heikki Aura, Uplause co-founder and EVP, about how the fan experience has never been better thanks to their sports technology that is interactive, engages the fan, and even plays a strategic role towards winning games while generating business revenue. Measure your fans audio loudness metrics with Uplause.

Decibel Meter By Uplause Setting Fan Experience Standards At Stadiums, Arenas And Venues.

Decibel Meter By Uplause Setting Fan Experience Standards...

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College Football Hall of Fame Opening And Chick-Fil-A Fan Experience Sports Tech

College Football Hall of Fame Opening And Chick-Fil-A Fan Experience Sports Tech - Sports Techie blog

College Football Hall of Fame Opening And Chick-Fil-A Fan Experience Sports Tech – Sports Techie blog

College Football Hall of Fame Opening And Chick-Fil-A Fan Experience Sports Tech

I moved Sports Techie HQ from Seattle to Atlanta two months ago and was invited last month to attend the College Football Hall of Fame 2014 grand opening on August 23 as a member of the media, thanks to Jackson Spalding, and Traci Messier. It took 4 years of design, 18 months of construction and $66.5 million to finish what is considered to be the benchmark museum for sport, drawing a projected 500,000 to over 1 million fans annually to this diverse and football inspired city my family now lives in...

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