Enable-IT Nascar Live Action Sports

LIVE ACTION SPORTS BROADCASTING UNLEASHED

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Live Action Sports Benefits

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Live Action Sports Venues such as The NFL, MLB, NASCAR, The Olympic Games, NHL, PGA TOUR, LPGA Tour, NBA, NCAA, WTA, MLS, Barclays Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, World Cup, CONCACAF, Indy Racing League (IRL), X Games, America’s Cup and other sporting events On-Air and online have all had better enhanced coverage through leveraging more LAN distance and PoE power freedom for capture devices and the networks that support live high speed video streaming.

Indy Racing League updated their tracks almost a decade ago simultaneously with Enable-IT Ethernet Extenders connected to their pits for crews to stream live action sports data feeds to engineering teams and broadcasters alike.

This has been a preferred method for keeping secure, sensitive race performance data from spying competitors and get real time stats and communications critical for best track and race performance.

Fans love the new experience in live action sports with enhanced real time graphics, stats and exciting action – all of which helps the sport stay competitive for viewers and advertisers alike.

Worldwide Goal-Line (GLT) PoE Enabled

Sony Entertainment has buried IP67 rated 828WP Gigabit PoE Extenders in most all UK Premier League fútbol fields for support of Live Action Sports – high speed video goal line technology (GLT).

Other solutions like the GoalControl-4D system are PoE Enabled by PoEx extenders to speedup referee notification of goal and sideline results.

Goal line technology provides clear indications if a soccer ball has fully crossed a goal line, touch line or sideline for assisting the head referee in making his final decision.

This PoE Enabled technology should greatly reduce controversial calls in live action sports such as those made recently in the Barclays Premier League, 2010 and 2014 World Cups, UEFA Euro 2012, and other FIFA matches.

 

PoE Enabled Goal-Line (GLT)

PoE Enabled Goal-Line (GLT)