Aquatic Centre LED Screen Catalogue and Guide is published for Aquatic Managers

LED Screen Division: Aquatic Centre LED Screen Catalogue and Guide is published to enable Aquatic Venue managers to gain an understanding of the various screen hardware options and some of the aspects to consider when selecting a screen.

ICE AV Technology’s LED Division understands that managers need help to come to grips with LED technology without being swamped with models and geeky hardware speak.

Please send an email to sales@iceavglobal.com to request the password to open this document.

Today’s swimming pool complex is a far cry to when I attended the local swimming pool as a youngster. Unheated part from the sun, timber uncovered audience seating, small in size, timber outdoor changing rooms, two level dive boards, snack shop and all enclosed by a corrugated tall fence. Today we have progressed with stunning facilities with multi lane sports pool, dive pool, a leisure pool with waves and sprays, a tots’ pool and a learners’ pool. And it does not stop there with a water slide, wave pools, dive pools, therapy services and rehabilitation pools, massage facilities, spa pool, steam room and a cafe — all indoors and with off-street car parking.

Until recently only large and well financed aquatic facilities have installed large digital LED screens, though most facilities have a timing clock, or a score board for race meetings. The roll out of LED screens were initially used as digit screens displaying race times however a new trend is developing with the use of the LED Matrix as an entertainment and advertising digital display within the aquatic venue.

Aquatic Centers are dynamic destinations where people meet, have fun, compete and enjoy the magic of water based activities. The community swimming pool complex is an important centre for many smaller town and cities and can play an important role in cohesiveness of a community just like the theatre and sports area.

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