SEEN & NOTED: SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Regular fans of the 49ers will notice a new addition to the stadium's amenities this season. When the San Francisco 49ers kick off their regular season at Candlestick Park on Sunday, September 11 against the Seattle Seahawks they will be greeted by new digital signage menu boards at their concession stands. Ping HD, a Denver-based digital signage and menu board provider has installed more than 50 digital menu board screens at 20 food court locations throughout historic Candlestick Park.
The installation utilizes 42-inch and 32-inch commercial grade digital signage displays that are installed along side the stadium's closed-circuit broadcast system which enables 49er's fans to stay on top of the action while placing their orders. The 49ers are the oldest major professional sports team in California and the only team in NFL history with an undefeated record in the Super Bowl among teams that have won more than one time. The 49ers are currently planning a new state-of-the-art multi-purpose, open-air stadium to be built in nearby Santa Clara, CA that will host a wider range of events that include soccer, motocross, concerts, civic events, and of course football.
Content on the stadium's new digital menu board system is driven by Remote Media's signagelive, an award winning digital signage platform that's also used at the Edward Jones Dome, home of the the St. Louis Rams. signagelive is also used by major retails and corporations such as Harrods, Audi, Sky, Motorola, CSC and Thomson.
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