- AV Industry, Control & Operations
Haivision MCS video wall systems are advantageous for any collegiate sports team or professional franchise for a variety of reasons. Sports organizations across the country are updating their outdated chalk and whiteboards to state-of-the-art collaborative visualization spaces for real-time team and facility management to stay ahead of the game and build winning teams.
The technology that powers and controls each system is designed with every end user in mind. Our Command 360 software can be used by all staff members, operators, and managers regardless of technical experience.
Digital collaborative spaces bring draft operations into the future with a shared platform accessible to everyone in the room. With management and team members working across the same common operating platform, timely decisions can be made based on the best available information. Analytics, players statistics, and bios are no longer passed around on paper or handwritten cards but saved and displayed across the draft wall at a moment’s notice. Beyond the draft process, these visualization systems are ideal year-round for:
What makes these systems so versatile is their ability to be operated by any individual with approved access. Our Command 360 content management software is intuitive and responsive by design, so it’s easy to use by anyone. Management and coaches alike can easily position content and create custom layouts without extensive training or programming knowledge.
The Command 360 video wall management platform provides comprehensive and flexible management of a Haivision visualization system. However, it is still simple and streamlined enough for anyone to use! Team management doesn’t need any prior programming knowledge to build layouts, connect content sources, or control system devices. Anyone is able to access and utilize the system with a push of a button – all without having to rely on your internal IT staff to guide or dictate actions.
A professional American Football team wanted to update their draft operations, and now have a year-round multi-purpose visualization system.