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CASE STUDY: Topgolf, Dallas

Topgolf is a Dallas-based entertainment chain that focuses on keeping golfers of all skill levels in their best form on the driving range. Key to the experience is video distribution–the average Topgolf location has more than 200 screens to serve their customers.

Technology integrator Diem Digital of Carrollton, TX implemented a powerful, flexible, and cost-effective AV integration to deliver interactive TVs to each Topgolf hitting bay. Diem Digital identified ZeeVee’s HDbridge Series high performance QAM video distribution solution as the best-suited equipment to deliver the quality, reliability, and flexibility required, and at 50 percent lower cost than a traditional matrix switch solution.

Diem Digital’s system has proven reliable and intuitive, giving accessible control to the staff via any WiFi connected mobile device (iPhone, Android, and Windows), which was not possible at Topgolf facilities previously. With an intuitive SAVI controls interface, newly hired employees become proficient at controlling the entire AV system in just minutes, substantially cutting training costs.

“ZeeVee’s HDbridge Series has provided us with an extremely reliable and cost-effective solution for Topgolf,” says Byron Baird, vice president of sales at Diem Digital. “Greater reliability is realized due to the centralized approach and lack of expensive failure-prone, endpoint devices behind every TV, making this solution cost-effective and simple to maintain.”

“Diem Digital has been an excellent partner for ZeeVee in the U.S.,” says Chris Scurto, vice president sales and marketing, ZeeVee. “They tackled the integration challenges presented by the sheer size of a typical 65,000-square-foot Topgolf location – with its 3 levels, 260 TVs, and miles of cabling between video endpoints and the control room with ease and delivered an extremely cost-effective and reliable solution.”


ZeeVee HDbridge Series

The HDbridge converts up to 1080p compos- ite component, VGA, unencrypted HDMI, and HD-SDI sources and distributes them to digital tuners as well as an IP network. It supports an unlimited number of displays over almost any distance; multiple units can be combined to enable over 100 different sources via a single coax cable.

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