Lighthouse lands LED deals down under
Lighthouse Technologies, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gold Peak Group, announced a number of sports-related contract wins earlier today:
Commonwealth Games: This year’s biggest sporting spectacle in Melbourne is about to start with the help of 28 Lighthouse LED screens installed for the event by Bytecraft Entertainment. Screens will be positioned at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Rod Laver Arena, the State Netball 7 Hockey Centre, the Athletes Village, and mobile displays will follow tthe triathlon and marathon as they wind their way around the streets of Melbourne. In addition, the Yarra River will have video screens along its banks to show the opening ceremony, whilst six of the video displays will be dedicated for live sites around Melbourne and other regions.
South Australian Jockey Club: Lighthouse will be teaming up with distribution partner Bytecraft Entertainment to supply the South Australian Jockey Club with a 57 square metre screen mounted on a mobile truck. The screen made its debut on March 13 at Morphetville Racecourse. It will then tour all major racetracks around Adelaide and South Australia including the famous “Oakbank”, which is held each Easter and is one of Australia’s largest national race.
Melbourne Cricket Ground: The Melbourne Cricket Ground is a world famous venue that plays host to major sporting events. It will soon house two new Lighthouse fascia panel screens that supplied by Bytecraft Entertainment, are each 16 metres wide x 1 metre high. The screens will be used to project images during major sporting tournaments such as international cricket test matches and Australian Football League (AFL) events. The contract also represents the first installation for Lighthouse’s new F12-ER fascia panel screen.
Australian-based Lighthouse has its own intellectual properties with more than 10 active patents worldwide.