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1080p HD 103" Plasma1080p HD 65" Plasma

National Training Center

• Customer — National Training Center
• Delivery location — Tokyo, Japan
• Product to be delivered — 103FHD, 65FHD
• Delivery date — Dec, 2007

Plasma displays and HD camcorders support Japan's elite athletes in a new training facility.

Exclusive training facilities for world-class athletes.

Under the guidance of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the National Training Center (NTC) opened its doors on January 21, 2008, as a comprehensive training facility for Japan's top athletes to further hone their competitive skills.
The NTC has an indoor training facility at its core that contains special courts and rooms for each sport, and also houses facilities for track & field training, indoor tennis courts, and an athletes village for accommodation. Plasma displays are used in the practice areas for each sport, the main entrance lobby, and in meeting rooms throughout the facility.

High-quality displays provide powerful support for sports training.

The National Agency for the Advancement of Sports and Health (NAASH), which manages and operates the NTC, selected the equipment to be used after carefully considering requests from relevant sports associations.
The AV system includes projectors and screens for giant, 200-inch images, and a number of medium-and large-size displays of around 50 inches. The sales company advised NAASH on the following plasma display advantages:

  • High moving-picture resolution, which is essential for displaying fast motion sharply and clearly for sports training.
  • High contrast, for clear viewing even in the brightly lit practice rooms, and a wide viewing angle to allow large groups of people to view the images comfortably.
  • Excellent safety in the event of an impact, thanks to a durable glass panel on the front of the display.

The future advantages of HD compatibility were also explained, and the final decision by NAASH reflected these proposals.