University of Mississippi Names Daktronics for New Integrated System

C.M. Tad Smith Coliseum, Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center, the Ole Miss Softball Comples, and the Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field will upgrade LED video displays, control systems and sound systems.
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Daktronics Inc. (Brookings, SD) has announced that the University of Mississippi has chosen the company to design, manufacture and install integrated systems campus-wide.
The C.M. Tad Smith Coliseum, the home of Ole Miss basketball, will upgrade with a centerhung display that features four, LED video displays that measure approximately 7 x 13 ft., with a 10mm pixel layout. Two ring displays, with a 15mm pixel layout, also included in the centerhung structure, will show various graphics, animations and statistics. Overall, the 17 x 24-ft. display will also feature four, dedicated scoring sections. Daktronics will be providing a custom Vortek® 8,000-lb.-capacity hoist system.
In addition, Daktronics will be providing a custom, Sportsound sound system for the arena.
The Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center will receive a tennis scoreboard with an electronic message display, as well as six, single-court tennis scoreboards, while the Gillom Sports Center will receive three, custom, outdoor tennis scoreboards.
The Ole Miss Softball Complex will soon feature a 13 x 23-ft., 23mm, LED video display that will showcase live and recorded video images, animation and graphics.
Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field will be home to a new, 23 x 36-ft., video display that will utilize Daktronics’ newest 15mm LED technology, featuring a tighter resolution and improved image quality. This technology and its control system allow for programming flexibility. The videoboard can operate as a single giant display or be divided into multiple zones (windows) to show statistics, information, graphics, animation, and live and recorded video.
Two, double-faced marquees will be installed at the major intersections on campus and will feature Daktronics video-messaging technology with a 16mm-pixel layout. Students, athletes, faculty and fans will be informed of upcoming events and other on-campus activities.