You'll hear from our Professional Services team about topics such as:
A lot has changed in two years, and we know you’re eager to keep up with current trends. At this event, you'll have the opportunity to hear from the engineers that make our products while learning about the latest Show Control developments.
Storytelling Through Data
Data-driven storytelling enhances your fan's enjoyment and transforms the in-stadium experience by using the right analytical data points and stitching together different metrics to enhance your game-day production. Learn how our Data Studio platform including Data Studio Baseball can allow for effortless integration of data.
We'll cover new features such as:
- Quick Data
- Data Studio
- Automated Stats & GIP
Step Outside the Box
Displays are no longer just rectangles, they come in all shapes and sizes. New technology allows displays to be installed in many unique spaces and incorporated in to the architecture of your facility. We've enabled content programming and design for unusual sizes and shaped displays through new solutions. Learn more about the masking and 3D object mapping we are doing with the Carolina Panthers, Climate Pledge Arena and others in the industry!
Easier Operation & Better Workflows
As control solutions continually advance, we will show off recent features to improve workflow across the entire system to make your job easier. Learn about:
- Monitor wall grouping
- Fixed width fonts
- Global upper/lowercase adjustment
- Data/text blanking feature
- Layout Editor
Texas Rangers Customer Spotlight
Explore the challenges and details of creating a complete HDR-capable video display system, fully-integrated control systems with real-time render capabilities for seamless productions, and delivering the best possible Texas-sized game-day experience at Globe Life Field. Curious how we made it work? We will take you behind the scenes and also put you in the drivers seat. Take a sneak peek on our website and join us for more!
Interested in additional one-on-one training the week of this event? Let us know!
Meet the Experts
Control Systems Specialist
Kelly O'Sullivan has been helping advance our customers control rooms for 7+ years! She has worked at several professional facilities including Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Oakland Coliseum and Lucas Oil. Kelly's been called stupendous and can answer all your challenging questions!
Control Systems Specialist
Victor Sweet brings 7 years of Minor League baseball experience with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders. He joined the Daktronics team a little over a year ago as an event producer at Old Dominion University. Since then he transitioned to the Control Systems Specialist team working directly with our customers and their control systems. Need new ideas on control room workflow? Victor can help assist with implementation!
Eric Edens brings a combined 10+ years of experience working within in-venue productions. As an Applications Engineer with over 5 years at Daktronics he has plenty of tricks up his sleeves to take your production to the next level.
Jason Vogel has been leading the way with Daktronics control system design, optimization and operations since 2007, and has been involved in over 100 major projects. Jason helps our customers achieve their vision through technology and technique in order to make their production goals a reality.
Michael Cruz has experience on both sides of the fence in baseball production. In addition to over eight years with Daktronics working with both MLB and MiLB customers, he also freelanced for the Frisco Roughriders from 2003-2011 and served as Director of Ballpark Entertainment & Production for the Texas Rangers from 2011 to 2013. He has presented at multiple conferences, including IDEA, as well as previous Baseball User Groups for Daktronics. He's always happy to share his experiences and knowledge to help grow your game presentation!