Recent Posts tagged with Mitsubishi electric

Meet Me In St. Louis: Blues Upgrade Scottrade Center Control Room, Video Displays Ahead of NHL Season

After more than 20 years in downtown St. Louis, Scottrade Center has firmly established itself as a world-class destination for St. Louis Blues fans and concert-goers alike. But, with an all-analog control room and standard-definition video displays, the arena required an upgrade to keep up with the product on the ice and stage — and […]  More

Buffalo Bills Complete Top-to-Bottom Tech Overhaul at Ralph Wilson Stadium

As the NFL offseason seemingly gets shorter and shorter each year, even the most uneventful springs can fly by. The Buffalo Bills’ past two offseasons, however, have been anything but uneventful. After the passing of longtime owner Ralph Wilson and a whirlwind of “will they or won’t they” moving rumors, a new ownership group pledged […]  More

Indiana Pacers, ANC Sports Join Forces on Massive Video Board, 1080p Upgrade

Everything may be bigger in Texas, but in Indiana, too? Taking a page out of Jerry Jones’s playbook, Indiana Pacers’ owner Herb Simon introduced the gargantuan-video-display concept to basketball and the Bankers Life Fieldhouse. On Nov. 3, the Pacers unveiled the center-hung video board, which extends nearly foul line to foul line, the culmination of […]  More

Venue News: Niners’ New Stadium Projected to Cost $1.2 Billion; IOC Abandons Venue-Covering Plans for London

The cost of the 49ers’ new stadium in Santa Clara has increased by $157 million to nearly $1.2 billion, as revealed in the first of several key approvals the city made this week. The stadium project as a whole will cost roughly $1.177 billion, in contrast with the $1.02 billion estimate presented in December, according […]  More

ANC Sports Kicks Off Digital Signage for Football at Boise State’s Bronco Stadium

ANC Sports Enterprises has installed a new Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision signage system at Boise State University’s Bronco Stadium. In conjunction with Boise State Athletics’ multimedia rights holder, Bronco Sports Properties, the signage will debut at Boise State’s home football opener on Saturday, Sept. 24 against the University of Tulsa at 8 p.m. EST on […]  More

At The Ballpark: Tech-Savvy Mariners Step Up LED Displays

In anticipation of the first pitch of the 2011 Major League Baseball season, SVG has provided an in-depth look at the video-system makeovers at ballparks around the country, including Citizens Bank Park, Fenway Park, Miller Park, Minute Maid Park, and Rangers Ballpark. As one might expect from a tech-savvy city like Seattle, the Mariners fan […]  More

Mitsubishi Electric Installs Diamond Vision Screen at Japan’s Hiratsuka Stadium

Mitsubishi Electric has completed installation of a 800-inch Diamond Vision large-scale display system at Hiratsuka Stadium in Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The new screen is the first large-scale LED screen installed at Hiratsuka City’s multi-use athletics stadium, also the home stadium of J. League Division 1 soccer club Shonan Bellmare. The 17.76 meter by […]  More

VTS 2010: How To Enhance the Game-Day Experience With Video Boards

As scoreboard systems get bigger and better, sports venues have the opportunity to present the game to fans like never before. At SVG’s Sports Venue Technology Summit at New Meadowlands Stadium on Nov. 10, , experts from Daktronics and Mitsubishi Electric joined a panel on scoreboard technology to discuss how to utilize the growing power […]  More

Nissan Stadium Orders Two Diamond Vision LED Displays from Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric has received an order for two large Diamond Vision display systems from Nissan Stadium, Japan’s largest capacity athletic facility accommodating 72,000 located in Kohoku Ward, Yokohama City. The large displays will be the first full HD Diamond Vision displays in Japan, and will replace the facility’s current CRT main display installed in 1997. […]  More

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