Building a winning team not entirely unlike building… well, a building.
This is not an article for the bars and restaurants that should consider professional displays rated for high-brightness in outdoor applications or 24/7 usage. This is an article to connect the technology behind the scenes to the magic that unfolds on the field every weekend and in those all-important primetime games.
In college and pro especially, winning teams are money makers, generating tons of ticket sales at the stadiums, apparel and advertising revenue. And while talent and athleticism are huge factors in whether any given team on any given Sunday can prevail, there is an incredible amount of planning and even architecture that goes into the ultimate victory celebration or dejection and defeat.
- Must understand strength of players and competition
- Must understand rules of the game and penalties for violations
- Communicate plays and game plan to players and other coaches
- Oversee overall game play
- Problem solve when injuries occur and adjust when original game plan fails to work
- Win the game within regulation time and with current players
- Must understand strength of materials used for structures and buildings
- Understand and adhere to building codes and zoning requirements
- Communicate plans to clients, contractors and other architects
- Oversee overall project and construction
- Problem solve when mistakes are made or delays are encountered
- Ensure completion of projects on time and on budget
The play-calling and planning, and communication to teams of players or departments can be easily communicated with a dynamic and interactive touch screen. One such screen highly effective for both very different but very much alike fields is Sharp’s PN-L401C AQUOS BOARD® Interactive Display. This board can work as a sophisticated bulletin board or flip chart. Data can be imported for display or written freely by hand, and the 2mm-tip touch pen has a pen-on-paper feel to it which allows smooth and accurate onscreen writing of fine text and lines – critical for game play, precise planning and many other applications.
Whatever your sport this fall, whatever projects you’re the master architect for, Sharp is ready to play ball.
How could something much smaller have even greater impact? The latest addition to the AQUOS BOARD family answers that question for virtually any environment, in either landscape, portrait or face-up orientation.
- Includes the Sharp Pen-on-Paper user experience, which resists fingerprints & scratches, as well as providing an anti-glare surface.
- Full HD (1920 x 1080p) resolution
- 10-point multi-touch functionality
- Advanced connectivity
- Detachable tabletop stand