The PGA of America commissioned GoVision to provide and install LED video equipment for the 2016 Ryder Cup golf competition. The matches were held in the United States from the 27th of September to the 2nd of October at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota.
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Colossus, the giant center-hung LED video solution is about to be revealed at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee, USA. Billed as the world’s largest outdoor, permanent, cable-hung digital display, Colossus debuts on the weekend of April 16-17 to give race fans unprecedented high-resolution and sound.
The rental US market scored the win-win deal as Learfield and GoVision announced their merging on the 30th of June. Learfield, which is a diverse multimedia enterprise specializing in collegiate sports marketing, expanded its range of services with the professional expertise of GoVision, a provider of mobile and modular LED video technology for a variety of events. Managing nearly 1000 projects annually GoVision is one of the major players in the US rental market. In particular, the company’s equipment has been deployed for the NCAA Final Four basketball championship, the last three US presidential inaugurations, live broadcast of Pope Francis' visit to the U.S. Capitol, etc. We asked Chris Curtis, CEO, and founder of GoVision, how the merging will affect the company’s positions regarding future prospects and growth potential.
GoVision LP, a full-service LED screen provider from Argyle, Texas, has acquired the assets of Custom Design and Fabrication, LLC, a company specializing in building mobile display trailers. The move marks the company’s fifth strategic acquisition since the beginning of 2014 and expands its portfolio of services with decades of expertise in the design and manufacturing of LED support elements, the press release said.
GoVision, the Texas-based supplier of LED video displays solutions, provided LED backdrop for the Walmart Shareholders Meeting. The project consisted of nearly 400 square meters of LED video equipment, including screens and floor panels.
GoVision announced the appointment of Todd Wickstrum as the company’s new Vice President, Design & Engineering, according to the announcement made on 27th of April.
The company supplements its four already existing locations with a new office and equipment facility in Las Vegas, according to the announcement dated 18th of July.
The company will provide 11 LED screens to support the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. The inaugural ceremonies will take place on Friday, the 20th of January, in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
GoVision received CEDIA "Best Of Show" awards for its new LED video solution GoVision TV. The product was recognized by NewBay Media’s TWICE magazine as one of the outstanding products exhibited at the show, the company said.
Argyle, the Texas-based GoVision team, supplied LED visual solutions for the live displaying of Pope Francis’ historic speech in the National Mall in Washington, D.C. On the 24th of September thousands of excited viewers could watch a real-time view of the Pope’s address to the Congress on five LED displays installed on the Capitol grounds.