CAYIN Digital Signage Seizes Attention at 2010 OEC Taipei Ladies Open

To broadcast the most updated tennis match onto 300” LED screens, 2010 OEC Taipei Ladies Open adopted CAYIN’s digital signage solution, incorporated with Heimavista’s sports game system, as the main communication media within the arena.
By: CAYIN Technology Co., Ltd.
Nov. 29, 2010 - PRLog -- 2010 OEC Taipei Ladies Open, the biggest tennis event in Taiwan, took place from October 30th to November 7th in Taipei Arena. To broadcast the most updated, exciting tennis match onto 300” LED screens, the organizer adopted CAYIN’s digital signage solution, incorporated with Heimavista’s sports game system as the main communication media within the arena.

The biggest highlight of this project is the perfect integration of CAYIN’s digital signage players and the cloud-based sports game system developed by Heimavista, CAYIN’s premium solution partner in Taiwan. CAYIN’s digital signage player features for its flexible platform, which can be integrated with application software, web servers and databases for different vertical markets. Altogether the combination creates an optimized digital signage solution.

The organizer set up two LED screens in Taipei Arena and each screen was connected to one CAYIN digital signage player. Authorized staff operated these media players via network and controlled the content playback on each LED screen as well.

All live scores and figures were collected and managed by Heimavista’s sports game system. Through CAYIN’s digital signage players, live sports data from Heimavista’s system was presented on the LED screens swiftly and faithfully.

It was not easy to know the precise time of each tennis game, so the operation of LED digital signage was under the command of a director, who was responsible for content arrangement based on the onsite situation. Due to the powerful remote managerial functions of CAYIN SMP-WEB4 digital signage players, LED screens changed templates and contents immediately whenever a different playlist was applied.

During this tournament, every referee even updated scores via a PDA. Whenever a tennis player scored, the referee updated the data just by a simple click on the PDA. The PDA transmitted the data immediately to the web server and, at the same time, broadcasted the updated information onto LED screens via SMP-WEB4 digital signage players.

This tournament fully utilized digital technologies to record and broadcast sports information, largely reducing paper consumption and increasing the efficiency of information transmission.

CAYIN digital signage products, integrated with the Heimavista’s sports game system, is the best digital signage solution for conveying multimedia and timely information of all sport games.

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OEC Taipei Ladies Open in Brief

2010 OEC Taipei Ladies Open is the biggest tennis event in Taiwan. Many talented professional female tennis players joined this tournament, taken place from October 30th to November 7th in Taipei Arena. Orient Express Container (OEC) Group has hosted this tournament four years in a row and has invested more than NT$ 50 million to invite more tennis stars. This year, twelve players ranked in the WTA's (Women's Tennis Association) top 100, have entered the 2010 OEC Taipei Ladies Open.

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CAYIN Technology offers a complete portfolio of digital signage solutions including media players, servers, and software which are applicable to various industries, such as education, retail, hospitality, corporate, financial, and public institutions.
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