Verizon Center upgrades with a 4K low pitch LED screen
September 26, 2016 - Washington D.C., USA
Verizon Center, one of the busiest sport venues within the U.S. with an average of 220 events per year continues its long-term cooperation with Colosseo by introducing a brand new 4K low pitch LED screen, installed by Colosseo just prior to 2016 World Cup of Ice Hockey in Toronto.
Content generation and management is provided by the unique Colossseo Single Media Platform (SMP) – an advanced multiscreen and multiresolution content management system for sports venues.
The low pitch LED screen with 1.6 mm LED technology offers an incredibly sharp picture from all angles on the active LED area of 20.6 x 9.8 ft (6.3 x 3 m) and provides a UHD resolution of 3.840 x 1.800 pixels.
The screen is located at new Draft Ops Fantasy Lounge and will help promote upcoming events, showing live content, advertisements as well as specific, custom lounge graphics including daily fantasy games.
ColosseoEAS, Inc. is the producer of the first completely integrated software platform for content creation, distribution and control for venues. With custom designed LED display systems, center hung scoreboards, timekeeping and scoring systems, mobile applications and IPTV, Colosseo has developed the most complete turnkey solution for sports venues, convention centers, shopping malls and transportation available on the market today. The Single Media Platform solution enables customers to optimize their operational process and resources while increasing media visibility, marketing revenue, fan experience and safety. With more than 45 installations in North America, Europe and Asia in the past 5 years, Colosseo is providing control room operators with cutting edge technology to take multimedia management, interactivity, entertainment and infotainment to a significantly higher level. Colosseo’s most prestigious installations includes famous venues like the Verizon Center in Washington DC, Allianz Park in London, AccorHotels Arena Bercy in Paris and VTB Ice Palace in Moscow.