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Vol 8

AV & Security Solutions Active at the Stadiums in Brazil

Jun 26, 2014

Panasonic's AV and security solutions have been active in two major stadiums in Brazil.

  • Panasonic's AV & Security Solutions at Arena Pantanal

Panasonic do Brasil (PANABRAS) has provided Arena Pantanal Stadium, one of the stadiums to be used in the the major sports events in Brazil in 2014 with Panasonic's wide variety of AV and security solutions.

The Arena Pantanal, in Cuiaba - Mato Grosso, is the venue for many of the matches to be played during the football event. The stadium's capacity is about 41,000 people and it has the flexible structure, in order to adapt it to future needs and multiple events, even after the event. Its nickname is 'O Verdão' (The Big Green), after the sustainable approach used for the construction and the maintenance.

Panasonic's solutions include two 77.4 square meter large LED screens, security systems (330 cameras, 6 recorders, server and display monitors), three IP PBX main units and 60 IP phones, IT systems and 250 screens of full IP digital signage systems with the cooperation of its strategic partner Canal Livre. Arena Pantanal Stadium kicked off on 2nd April, with a test match between Santos FC and Misto EC.

In addition, Panasonic has supplied two 77 square meter large LED systems to Arena da Baixada stadium in Curitiba, one of the major stadiums for the sports event in Brazil. The company also has signed a sponsorship deal with the Clube Atletico Paranaense based on this stadium that will allow Panasonic to display its brand on the large LED systems for 10 years, advertise the company using the systems and digital displays in the stadium for four years.

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    Panasonic's LED systems at Arena de Baixada
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