UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion implements Daktronics LED displays and scoring tables

UCLA has upgraded its Pauley Pavilion facility with
state-of-the-art, integrated, light emitting diode (LED) displays to better
inform and entertain Bruins basketball fans. The displays are designed and manufactured by Daktronics Inc. and were installed in
time for the Bruins Pacific-10 Conference schedule.

The system includes four corner ProAd displays featuring the
latest Daktronics LED technology with the capabilities to present colorful
animation and vivid graphics with incredible brightness and wide angle
visibility. The full-color displays are approximately 21 feet wide by 3 feet
high with pixels on 20 millimeter spacing. Daktronics LED technology offers a
long lifetime with minimal maintenance and low power consumption, providing
value and excitement for years to come.

In addition, UCLA added six Daktronics courtside LED
scorer’s tables. One of the latest trends in providing in-game information and
additional sponsorship opportunities, digital scorer’s tables have been
featured at the 2006 and 2007 NCAA Men’s Division I Final Four events in which
UCLA participated.

“The new displays have been a great addition to Pauley
Pavilion. They have enhanced our fan experience plus added visibility to our
corporate sponsors generating additional revenue,” said Ross Bjork, Senior
Associate Athletic Director for External Relations at UCLA. “With their
continued innovation in unique applications such as the scorer’s tables, and
the consistently outstanding customer service, Daktronics has proven to UCLA
why they are the leader in the industry.”

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