For Immediate Release: January 23, 2013
BALDWINSVILLE, NY -- VIZIONefx, a Digital Network integrator based in Baldwinsville, NY, today announced it has expanded its relationship with Syracuse University Athletics. It recently installed its CAMPUSefx Broadcast Channel and VZN Touch, an interactive touch screen solution, in Syracuse University’s Iocolano-Petty Football Wing at Manley Field House. The Iocolano-Petty Football Wing is the home of Syracuse Football and houses a Hall of Fame lobby, team auditorium, locker rooms, a student-athlete lounge and cafeteria.
As part of the project, VIZIONefx installed 10 unique flat-panel displays, as part of its CAMPUSefx platform, to be used as video footage stations. In addition, two individual VZN Touch kiosks were installed - one for a historical tribute to the #44, Syracuse Football’s iconic jersey number, and a second to highlight the myriad players who have gone on to compete in the National Football League (NFL).
CAMPUSefx is a broadcast channel designed to distribute media content to television displays. In utilizing CAMPUSefx, televisions and displays become information-delivery vehicles for content and messaging. VZN Touch creates a dynamic engagement kiosk to interact with student-athletes, alumni, fans and visitors. Utilizing a beautiful HD touch screen display, VZN Touch allows users to easily navigate a direct portal to video clips, schedules, events, highlights, seating charts, wayfinding and historical information.
"Syracuse Football strives to be the best in everything we do and that means surrounding ourselves with the best,” said Kevin Van Derzee, Director of Football Operations. “That is exactly what we have done in partnering with VIZIONefx. They have provided the absolutely best in technology which will engage everyone who passes through the Iocolano-Petty Football Wing. Our partnership with VIZIONefx will help in the engagement of future student-athletes, alumni, and fans as we continue on the path toward becoming one of the nation's top programs."
"The Iocolano-Petty Football Wing Football Wing is extremely important to the culture surrounding our program," said Bob Brotzki, Assistant Athletics Director for Player Development. "The enhancements VIZIONefx made to this space are engaging and captivating. They draw people in immediately upon entering the building and leave a lasting impression. This will go a long way to assisting in attracting the very best student-athletes to the Syracuse University Football program."
This installation is now the sixth project VIZIONefx has completed with Syracuse Athletics. It has provided both and Information Broadcast Channel and an Interactive Touch Screen kiosk within the Stevenson Educational Center and installed Digital Menu Boards, a Ticket Window Information Display and Advertising Displays at ATMs within the Carrier Dome.
"I am excited that we will be working with VIZIONefx to continue the development of technology within the Syracuse Football Wing," said Steve Scarnecchia, Director of Football Video Operations. "Their VZN Touch platform and CAMPUSefx Channel will be fantastic tools to present the rich history of this program."
“We greatly value our relationship with Syracuse University Athletics and Syracuse Football, and are excited to see it expand,” said Matt Oswalt of VIZIONefx. “The project at the Iocolano-Petty Football Wing is one of our best installations to-date, and it shows off the capabilities of meaningful and thoughtful Digital Communication solutions. We were proud to partner with Syracuse Football on this and are looking forward to the continued growth of the program under Head Coach Scott Shafer."
VIZIONefx develops a broad scope of Digital Communication, Interactive and Advertising platforms and has installations with a variety of clients in Entertainment, Higher Education, Healthcare and Senior Living. Its client list is highlighted by Syracuse University Athletics, Washington St. Partners Development, the Carrier Dome, Le Moyne College, Hobart-William Smith Colleges, Oneida County Office for Aging, Madison County Office for Aging and YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley.
For Immediate Release: January 23, 2013