Craine's Cleveland Business - Cleveland Cavaliers CIO, Mike Conley, talks about his favorite aspect of the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse renovation project - the ANC imagined and created Power Portal.
“We challenged ANC to re-imagine the fan experience and help us deliver stunning, new showcase elements as part of the Transformation project. They delivered in a big and unique way. The outcome has been spectacular and is a reflection of our long-standing partnership and mutual desire to push the boundaries of fan engagement and impact to another level.”
Forbes - The fusion of technological innovation and the overall fan experience has also led to a few first-time features for really, any arena. They’re also the most visually striking additions to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. The power portal is a seamless DVLED tunnel experience designed and implemented by ANC coupled with a state-of-the-art surround sound system called Soundscape. It has become a popular fan destination during both initial tours and the preseason, and will be a feature for years to come.
The Dallas Morning News - With a capacity of over 92,000, the famous Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, TX has hosted state fairs, concerts, and sporting events like the FIFA World Cup and the upcoming 2020 NHL Winter Classic for nearly 90 years. Now it will feature a state-of-the-art digital technology and media network powered by ANC.
Commercial Integrator - Pier 17 is fast becoming an iconic New York City destination with a 1.5-acre rooftop that serves as a year-round community amenity featuring a restaurant, outdoor bars, and a venue for concerts, cultural and public events — in partial thanks to a vast digital media network installed by ANC.
The digital media network at Pier 17 at Seaport District NYC was designed to help create innovative experiences, allowing consumers to engage with eye-catching visuals as they move from floor to floor of the four-story building.
Commerical Integrator - ANC was recognized as one of Commercial Integrator's 2019 Integration Award winners in the Best Bar and Restaurant category for our Pier 17 project at Seaport District NYC.
“The judges, we’ll admit, had some healthy debates and there could easily have been multiple winners in each category. That being said, the winners of the 2019 commercial Integration Awards should be extremely proudof creating solutions to customers real problems. That’s what integrators are meant to do.” - Tom LeBlanc, CI editor-in-chief
VenuesNow Magazine - VenuesNow spoke with ANC's CEO George Linardos about the experience ANC creates for its event and venue partners: "It’s not just the stadium videoboard we’re providing but the whole game-day experience."
Systems Contractor News - For many years now, the organizations running transportation hubs have looked to technology to help improve the trips of millions of travelers. We’ve seen flip-board timetables replaced by digital displays that can provide better, up-to-the minute information, and we’ve heard how directed audio announcements can improve the sound quality of a bustling space. But more and more, those in charge of transportation spaces are finding innovative ways to calm their weary passengers through art—which is not, of course, a huge leap from what many AV installations are already doing in these spaces.
Digital Signage Magazine - Last year was a stunning display of growth for the global video wall market. In a report issued earlier this summer, market research firm FutureSource noted that the video wall sector reached a global market value of $6.4 billion, under-scoring a 47 percent year-on-year growth across three major video-wall technologies: rear projection cubes (RPC), LED, and LCD. The report charts a strong competitive field with RPCs stilling leading the charge thanks in large part to their importance in control rooms, where they are noted for their reliability and suitability for mission critical applications.
Digital Signage Magazine - After winning their second NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship in three years, Villanova University set their eyes on upgrading the Finneran Pavilion, formally known as the Pavilion. Their goal was to integrate industry leading technology to create a best-in-class atmosphere for their players, students, and alumni. Working with architectural firm EwingCole and Hunter Roberts Construction Group, technology service provider ANC integrated 1,700 square feet of LED technology, helping to create an immersive viewing experience.
Systems Contractor News - Manufacturers are continually recognized for their latest innovations—be it a glowing review in a magazine or a more formal award presentation. But integrators are often the unsung heroes of the AV world. ANC is thrilled to be recognized as one of the top installs of the year for our work at Pier 17 at Seaport District New York. A year-round public space that features restaurants, outdoor bars, and a venue for concerts, it’s also home to over 2,000 square feet of 4mm outdoor LED.
AV Network - Trail Drive Management Corp. (TDMC) released plans to install a complete video display network at Dickies Arena. TDMC will partner with ANC to design and install a new center-hung display, fascia ribbon boards, and courtside displays throughout the venue. According to ANC, the display will be the second largest continuous display featuring 360-degree playback as one canvas in the U.S.
AV Network - ANC's Senior VP, Operations, Malik Khan, shares his thoughts on how what experiential, immersive, and interactive experiences really means.
Sign of the Times - Digital signage is a fast-growing industry within the AV space, constantly adapting to changes in consumer needs and technology. According to Malik Khan, senior vice president of integration and product development at ANC (Purchase, NY), some of the biggest trends found within the industry are displays customized to fit in seamlessly within a variety of environments, such as thin cabinet models, flexible technology, highresolution transparent screens and other custom applications.
Sixteen:Nine - ANC got its start about 20 years ago as a rotational signage company that primarily serviced the pro sports business, and through the years, ANC has grown into a big tech services provider that’s been putting in the visual systems for many arenas and stadiums. More recently the company has found itself getting into digital out of home media, creating the same kinds of visual spectacle you might see in live sports, but instead in public areas or mass transportation hubs. A lot more than a conventional AV systems integrator, ANC is doing a ton of R&D and using product that will do things like light up the whole 360-degree view of an area with sync’d content. You might think, “Well that’s not all that new,” but ANC’s CTO Mark Stross explains why what he’s cooked up is different.
Women of Digital Signage - A new organization with the goal to advance women in the digital signage industry, the Women of Digital Signage group selected ANC's SVP of Sales, Venue Services Colleen Brace to be their featured member. The organization's Ann Holland spoke with Colleen about ANC, working in the digital signage space, and what drives her.
January 31, 2019 - Fort Worth – Trail Drive Management Corp. (TDMC) released plans to install a complete video display network at Dickies Arena.......