Matching articles for Sports Facilities — Indoor - Lighting: 10
Web Exclusive - November 2016
If you want your facility to maximize patron comfort and minimize costs for lighting, relying on natural light is a key. There are newer commercial daylighting systems that are making indoor daylight more accessible for all kinds of recreation, sports and fitness facilities.
Feature Article - September 2016
While the team plays and spectators look on, there’s a whole host of behind-the-scenes technology making the game go. In this feature, we’ll examine the latest trends in sports lighting, sound systems and scoreboards.
Web Exclusive - September 2015
When the Hempfield Recreation Center in Landisville, Pa., needed to improve its operations, it went with a solution that would improve maintenance while decreasing the center's operating expenses.
Feature Article - October 2014
Lighting swimming pools and sports fields has become a lot more economical with the introduction of LEDs. In this feature, we explore some of the newer ideas in sports and pool lighting.
Problem Solver - August 2014
Today, as new technology is developed by manufacturers, pool operators can upgrade their existing pool components to take advantage of these new technologies. In some cases, these new products make it possible to not only save labor time, but also save energy, and improve facility operating costs, by saving money over the long term.
Web Exclusive - March 2014
New lighting for the University of Rhode Island's Ryan Center means the Rams will be among the first basketball players shooting hoops under LED lights.
Feature Article - October 2012
LED technology has changed how scoreboards and field lighting bring the viewing experience to spectators. Learn more about these innovations.
Feature Article - October 2011
Between upgrades to LED and wireless technology and a growing focus on environmentally friendly solutions, the world of scoreboards and sports lighting continues to evolve.
Facility Profile - February 2011
When this ice arena needed a lighting solution, they found the right choice was something unexpected.
Feature Article - November 2009
To ensure your players and the viewing public are getting the most out of their experience, you’ll need to pay close attention to your sound and lighting. In this case, one size does not fit all.