Home to a number of high-profile sporting events and exhibitions as well as being the home of Leinster Rugby, RDS (Royal Dublin Society) has select Tripleplay to provide its digital signage and IPTV solution.
Already in operation in the venue, the Tripleplay digital signage and IPTV solution is used for advertising, delivering live streamed video from the arena to televisions and displaying live broadcast TV across the 42-acre site.
The solution is delivered to screens via four Tripleplay HD encoders, 28 Amino digital signage set-top boxes, and Tripleplay head end servers.
The Tripleplay solution was debuted at the Dublin Horse Show a few days ago, delivering live footage of competitors and advertising to screens around the venue. The audience included US rock legend Bruce Springsteen, who was in attendance to watch his daughter compete.
Tripleplay’s sales manager, Tim Hoddy, attended the event and was delighted with the quality of the implementation: “Seeing our solution in action is always a pleasure especially at such a high profile venue and during an event like the Dublin Horse Show. We have worked hard to develop a solution that has all of the features sporting and event venues require, at a price point that is competitive that delivers a high quality output; which is exactly what we have done here in Dublin.
“We have a great pedigree in sports having worked with Chelsea FC, the Aviva Stadium, the FIFA World Cup and a number of others and are proud to provide another great solution to another fantastic venue.”
TripleSign and TripleTV are server-based software solutions which require no integration work and are operated from the same management interface, making them attractive to integrators and customers alike.