Exterity Showcases How Video and Digital Signage can Deliver an Immersive Fan Experience at The Stadium Business Summit 2017

Exterity, a leading provider of IP video and digital signage technologies, will once again attend the Stadium Business Summit, being held in Dublin 21-23 June. The company will demonstrate how its end-to-end product portfolio enables stadiums to stream live footage and action replay, as well as communicate a dynamic mix of information, advertising and scores alongside video, on any number of screens around the venue, to exceed the entertainment expectations of fans and visitors and create additional revenue opportunities for the venue.

Connected stadiums around the world use Exterity IP video solutions to:
  • Stream high-quality, live-action TV coverage of the event, alongside news and sports programming, to any screen or mobile device, keeping visitors engaged throughout the venue. Stadiums can easily add displays to the system, wherever there is a network connection. The 50,000 seater Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille installed 380 screens around the premises to broadcast live the venue’s footage.
  • Combine digital signage with IP video to display visitor information, sponsors’ advertisements and announcements, as well as RSS feeds. Ulster Rugby, Belfast, transforms the stadium matchday experience by delivering live match footage, combined with tailored visitor information and promotional advertisements to screens across the stadium.
  • Easily create a personalised TV and video experience for guests in hospitality suites. Renonwed Dutch club, PSV Eindhoven offers a tailored viewing experience for guests in different areas of the stadium.
  • Minimise glass-to-glass latency when streaming live events, to ensure a minimal  delay between the live action and what is viewed on screen. World-class racecourse Royal Randwick, Australia, ensures race-goers in the grandstand never miss a second of the action with Exterity’s low-latency IPTV solution.
  • Automatically record event coverage for later analysis to help teams assess and improve performance in future games. Celtic Football Club gives staff access to pre-recorded match footage as well as sports and news channels.
  • Easily integrate with other stadium technology including, signage, ticketing and VIP services. VIPs and corporate guests at German football club TSG 1899 Hoffenheim arre welcomed with personalised messages in the VIP reception area.
  • Integration with external broadcast equipment enables on-site broadcasters to monitor their channel output. use The Exterity IPTV system enables on-site broadcasters such as the BBC and ESPN to monitor their channels at The Open golf championship.

Exterity works with a large number of stadiums and venues hosting athletics, horseracing, football, cycling, golf, rugby and tennis competitions around the world to help them maximise the value of their connected venues. Exterity customers include 4 out of 10 stadiums that hosted the 2016 UEFA Euros, including Stade Pierre Mauroy and the Stade Vélodrome, as well as Lou Rugby (France), Celtic Park Stadium, Emirates Arena and The Open golf championship, Glamorgan County Cricket Club and Sandown Park (UK), The Hazza bin Zayed Stadium (استاد هزاع بن زايد‎‎, UAE), King Abdullah Sports City (مدينة الملك عبدالله الرياضية, Saudi Arabia), PSV Eindhoven Philips Stadium (The Netherlands), RDC Espanyol de Barcelona (Spain), the Royal Randwick Racecourse (Australia), TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (Germany) and Ulster Rugby (Ireland).