The Grand Finale of the prestigious 2017 Women’s Asian Club Volleyball Championship took place last week at Boris Alexandrov Sports Palace in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan.
The venue is currently the most advanced volleyball arena in the world and has been equipped with Colosseo technology.
Team Thailand won the whole tournament after defeating team Japan in the final match 3-1. Colosseo is proud that it has installed its leading technology at the championship venue.
The most exceptional part of the LED display delivery includes a uniquely designed and globally first curved indoor HD LED screen, which is over 33 metres wide. It has 8mm line spacing and 4K surpassing resolution to provide fans and visitors with an outstanding visual experience.
The arena also installed LED perimeter boards with the same 8mm line spacing.
Colosseo also delivered a Volleyball Challenge System, which is a video solution for referees, allowing teams to request a review of actions which they suspect are faults not identified and duly signalled by the referees or line judges.
The challenge system uses 16 high frame rate cameras with up to 200 frames per second for maximum judgement precision.
The whole system is specially designed for volleyball games and is also fully integrated and connected with the Colosseo Timekeeping, scoring and statistical system.
The content for all LED displays is under the direct control of the Colosseo Single Media Platform, the leading content control and distribution solution for sports venues, used by world renowned venues like the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. and the AccorHotels Arena in Paris.