A special thanks and congratulations to all CBM employees for a successful implementation of ISO 9001:2008.
CBM television mounting mounting brackets have been in use throughout the Air Canada Centre since it was built in the late 90's, so when the time came for a facelift Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment once again called on CBM's expertise to complete their vision for a state of the art multimedia system throughout the arena.
MLSE asked CBM to design and manufacture a number of very unique custom mounting solutions including the following:
- MEDIA WALLS (11 Displays): 3 Dimensional video wall including 3x3 - 46" monitor wall on sliders for service access with 2 stacked 40" monitors at either end mounted, hinged on an a 45 degree angle between the wall and front edge of the 3x3 wall.
- WALL DIAMONDS (28 Displays): Triangular 2x2 video walls with 2 stacked 46" monitors on either side
- BACK-TO-BACK POST MOUNTS (4 Displays): Two 40" monitors mounted in portrait mode, back to back on either side of 3" brass uprights in a bar area
- 2X2 VIDEO WALLS (2 Displays): Four 46" monitors mounted in 2x2 configuration
- 11X1 VIDEO WALLS
(2 Diplays): Two ribbons of eleven 46" monitors joined side to side
- SPECTACULAR WALLS (2 Displays): Portrait wall that replaced a collage of pictures with 3 - 52" monitors (portrait), 2 - 82" monitors (landscape), 2 - 46" monitors and 1 - 40" monitor on a combination of standard CBM mounts and custom made mounts. One wall also featured a wall extension frame to support the top 3 monitors on a wall that wasn't tall enough.
The facility now has more than 320 HD-quality video display monitors installed in a wide variety of configurations in the public areas. The screens serve several purposes, but many are replacing traditional backlit poster advertising boards, enabling MLSE to change messaging by event and on very short notice. Network digital screens give MLSE’s media department the ability to tailor advertisers and schedules by event and target audience.
The screen network was part of a massive $50 million facelift to the landmark facility, which is among the five busiest sports and events centers in the world. Screens are set in a variety of configurations and clusters to provide more presence and visual interest. One area that was using still images for a history wall is now a cluster of different-sized and oriented screens, with rotating images and narratives on the images that can be heard if fans call designated numbers and listen using their mobile devices.
CBM was selected by VANOC (the Vancouver Olympic Committee) to supply UPC-24B Flat Panel TV Carts for use at Olympic venues during the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.
We are happy to have worked with VANOC and proud to supply our top-quality, Canadian made products for use during the Olympics. CBM has been manufacturing in Ontario for over 80 years and our AV Solutions are currently used in Rogers Centre (Skydome) and the Air Canada Centre in Toronto among many other high profile installations.
The UPC-24B cart features a built in VESA mounting plate and accessory shelf and can be further accessorized with a fold-down notebook tray, locking cabinet, rack frame kit, security kit and video conferencing camera shelf.
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