The Amway Center has more than 1,100 screens of high-definition content via Internet Protocol Television and a state-of-the-art digital signage network which maximizes fan engagement and interaction, distributes an unprecedented amount of patron information, as well as providing unlimited opportunities for advertisers and sponsors. The network is powered by Harris Corporation, the official technology partner of Amway Center.
The Daktronics center-hung videoboard alone includes four primary high definition LED video displays with 840 lines of resolution, eight auxiliary video/scoring/statistics displays and two LED ring displays. The venue will be the first in the world to utilize high resolution 6 mm surface mount LED pixel technology on all of the center-hung digital displays. More than 9 million individual LEDs will be used in the 18 displays incorporated into the center-hung videoboard. Overall dimensions of the center-hung videoboard are 42 feet by 41 feet by 41 feet (HxWxD), making it the tallest and most capable of any in NBA venues. Complementing the primary videoboard will be two LED ribbon boards mounted on the interior fascia of the seating decks.
"Working with an industry leader of Harris Corporation's caliber, as we take on this massive technical challenge, gives us a great sense of confidence," said Orlando Magic President Alex Martins. "As a result of this partnership, everyone who visits the new Amway Center will enjoy a unique level of fan engagement and an unparalleled experience, and our arena will undoubtedly become a technological showcase and the new standard for sports and entertainment venues worldwide."
"Because the Amway Center is the most technologically-advanced sporting venue in the country, the fan experience will be second to none," said City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.