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Electro-Voice and Dynacord audio upgrade for Wells Fargo Arena

When Spectra, the venue management and operator of the Iowa Events Center (Des Moines, Iowa), decided it was time to update the sound system in the Wells Fargo Arena, they opted to work with Daktronics on a design-build basis. The goal was to modernize the sound both within the arena – which serves as the region’s primary sports and entertainment venue – and for several ancillary areas outside the main space, including concourses, restaurant/bars, and interview rooms. The project was led by David Sturzenbecher, applications engineer in the Audio Systems division of Daktronics. The physical installation was managed by Daktronics Field Engineer Thijs Hammink.

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Electro-Voice and Dynacord audio upgrade for Wells Fargo Arena

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Robe Helps Deliver Spectacular LOL OC in Paris

Creative lighting artist / designer LeRoy Bennett utilised 91 x Robe BMFL WashBeam high powered moving lights – nine working in conjunction with RoboSpot remote operation systems – to help deliver a stunning Opening Ceremony (OC) complete with holographic projection effects, for the Riot Games’ 2019 League of Legends World Championship Finals, staged at the Accor Arena in Paris, France.

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Robe Helps Deliver Spectacular LOL OC in Paris

TRACKING SKIING’S STRONGEST ATHLETES ACROSS SAALBACH’S SUMMITS

Every January, the world’s best cross-country skiers head to Saalbach Hinterglemm to tackle Austria’s biggest and toughest touring race. This year, 1,200 competitors from 24 countries took on the Mountain Attack challenge, a series of events including a marathon ‘vertical race’, with a course up and over three mountain summits across the Austrian Alps. 

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TRACKING SKIING’S STRONGEST ATHLETES ACROSS SAALBACH’S SUMMITS

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Sainz holds off car rivals for third Dakar Rally title in Saudi Arabia

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Peterhansel and Al-Attiyah cut deficit to Sainz ahead of last stage

Here is all you need to know:

- Two-time winner Sainz had carved out a healthy 18m 10s lead over Qatari Al-Attiyah and 18m 26s over Frenchman Peterhansel, but his two main rivals have 10 Dakar titles between them and they made sure the inaugural Saudi Arabian edition goes down to the wire.

- Thirteen-time Dakar bike and car champion Peterhansel edged out Toyota driver Al-Attiyah by 10 seconds over the 744km stage 11 from Shubaytah to Haradh with Sainz 8m 3s behind Peterhansel in his MINI Buggy to set up a grandstand finish on Friday.

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Peterhansel and Al-Attiyah cut deficit to Sainz ahead of last stage
Sainz regains control on stage 10 as Dakar Rally battle heats up

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Dakar leaders feel the heat on scorching Stage 9

The 2020 Dakar Rally served up a mammoth Stage 9 which had competitors on the road for nearly 900km. The trip east from Wadi Al-Dawasir to Haradh included a 415km timed special stage which saw race leaders come under severe pressure.

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Dakar leaders feel the heat on scorching Stage 9
De Villiers makes up time on Dakar Rally car leaders during stage eight

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Sainz extends lead as Hildebrand captures side-by-side stage win

Five key moments so far from the first Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia

The 2020 Dakar Rally convoy have enjoyed a deserved rest day on Saturday as they patch up their bodies and vehicles ahead of the second half of the race on Sunday. The maiden staging of the world's most fearsome off-road race in Saudi Arabia has conjured up some fascinating stories so far with the competitors battling it out for stage wins and survival through the desert.

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Five key moments so far from the first Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia

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Peterhansel eats into Sainz car lead on Friday ahead of Dakar rest day

Sainz scorches to a second stage win while Sunderland crashes out

The 2020 Dakar Rally really started to take shape on a wild Stage 5 which was dominated by sandy terrain. Carlos Sainz, Toby Price, Cyril Despres and Dmitry Sotnikov all bagged victories but Sam Sunderland suffered a heavy crash and is out of the race. With the Rest Day in Riyadh now just one day away, we’re witnessing world class off-roaders going full speed at the 42nd edition of the world’s toughest rally.

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Sainz scorches to a second stage win while Sunderland crashes out

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Biggest ever production and digital offering to boost sponsor benefits at EHF EURO 2020

The Men’s EHF EURO 2020 will broaden its audience through innovations as Infront, the exclusive media and marketing partner of the European Handball Federation (EHF), prepares to deliver the tournament once again. The introduction of new cameras and court angles will be complemented by an enhanced online offering for both the EHF and sponsors when the event takes place across Sweden, Austria and Norway from 9-26 January.

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Biggest ever production and digital offering to boost sponsor benefits at EHF EURO 2020

Stéphane Peterhansel wins stage four to move into Dakar contention

Stéphane Peterhansel catapulted himself up the Dakar standings to third by winning stage four, his first victory in Saudi Arabia. ‘Mr Dakar’ as he has become known off the back of his 13 victories in the prestigious annual event, put himself within 12 minutes of leader Carlos Sainz, with another former Dakar champion Nasser Al-Attiyah just three minutes off Sainz’s lead following stage four.

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Stéphane Peterhansel wins stage four to move into Dakar contention

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