Florida’s The King’s Academy (TKA) uses digital signage both inside and out to serve student athletes and their supporters at the K-12 faith-based private school in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Samsung’s Smart Signage system-on-chip (SoC) displays and MagicInfo content management software, deployed by integrator United Data Technologies, are being employed in TKA’s sports performance center to help coaches visualize and monitor student-athlete training progress.

Outside, at what’s called The Lion’s Den, high-brightness, outdoor-ready displays are in place at the concession stand for Friday night football and other big TKA sports events.

In this 360-degree virtual tour video, best viewed using a Samsung Gear VR headset or a VR-capable smartphone, the CTO of United Data Technologies shows how digital signage is doing everything from selling snacks during games to tracking and motivating high-performance athletes.

Discover data-driven insights into how smart signage compares to traditional digital displays in this white paper.

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