NFL Team Set for 6 New Fine-pitch LED Displays

//NFL Team Set for 6 New Fine-pitch LED Displays

NFL Team Set for 6 New Fine-pitch LED Displays

The NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars announced that NanoLumens, a manufacturer of LED displays, has been selected to outfit the newly renovated US Assure Clubs inside the team’s EverBank Field with new video installations.

NanoLumens plans to install six 2.5-mm NanoSlim Engage displays across both the east and west US Assure Clubs, including a screen in each lower club area measuring 19 feet by 11 feet, according to a press release from NanoLumens. The renovations are scheduled to be complete before the Jaguars’ first preseason game, which is scheduled for Aug. 20 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

“When we began planning the US Assure Club renovations, we knew that the display technology installed needed to be deeply engaging for our fans,” said Mark Lamping, president of the Jaguars. “We chose NanoLumens because of the company’s proven track record in designing interior visualization solutions that set new standards for fan engagement. The six NanoLumens displays being installed inside the US Assure Clubs will allow our season ticket members to experience every play of every game like they are on the field with the team.”

The NanoSlim installations will provide seamless, high-quality screen resolution that can be viewed at any angle without distortion or color shift, the release said. Each of the six displays will be connected, allowing the content to be simultaneously controlled in every location. The video displays will also be available for use for private events.

“We’re honored to be a part of the Jaguars team,” NanoLumens Vice President of Sports and Arenas Rob Jackson said. “The new US Assure Club upgrades are going to change the way fans watch the game in EverBank Field throughout the upcoming seasons. This new project with the Jaguars is a great addition to our list of top-tier customers in the sports and live event space, such as the AmericanAirlines Arena, home of the Miami HEAT; TD Garden, home of the Boston Celtics; and Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots.”

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2016-06-28T12:55:19-04:00Tags: |