Stadiums & Arenas

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System Solutions to Fuel Excitement

Stadiums and arenas are where the action is. To give spectators a truly immersive experience, the venue needs the right audio and visual technology throughout. HARMAN is the partner who can do it all, with stunning architectural lighting outside the facility, clear and powerful audio and lighting in the bowl, digital signage in guest suites, and a continued, connected experience in back of house areas. HARMAN also has a unique methodology for configuring, programming, and managing distributed audio and video systems, which reduces support costs while ensuring optimal reliability. With HARMAN, stadium operators can easily manage audio, video, control and lighting so they can focus on the real objective: Impressing visitors.
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HARMAN Professional Delivers Integrated Solutions for Any Installation

Fortune 100 companies, top heads of state, hotels, stadiums and airports around the world all have one thing in common: they trust HARMAN. Time and time again, customers select HARMAN to provide audio, video, lighting and control systems for the most prestigious venues in the world. By offering a complete solution of best-in-class audio, video, lighting and control products, customers can trust the system will meet their needs, work right the first time and continue to work well for years to come.

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White Paper: Workbook to Planning for Video Streaming

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Video streaming is one of the most requested, and least understood, technologies a stadium or arena. This workbook goes beyond the cameras, recorders, displays and devices, and dives into the details at the back end of the hardware, software and the network, providing the information you need to know for a successful deployment. You will learn:

  • The impact of resolution, compression, and more on network bandwidth
  • How to select appropriate network transit technologies, such as TCP vs. UDP and unicast vs. multicast