Latest AJT Systems News
Jun 25, 2018
. E-mail Address Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your 1-week free trial to StreetInsider Premium here . Daktronics (NASDAQ: DAKT ) of Brookings, South Dakota, announces today the acquisition of AJT Systems, Inc.âs services and technology to expand the companyâs control system features and offerings. These new features, offerings and services add to the entertainment for live events customers through the integration of broadcast-style graphics, including real-time live to air graphics rendering and video server systems. âThe acquisition of AJT Systems allows us to expand our offerings for sport and interactive applications,â said Daktronics President and CEO Reece Kurtenbach. âOver time, we will incorporate the technologies they have developed into Daktronics control systems. Our goal is to create a powerful platform for event producers to create a compelling âshowâ for their fans. We are excited to see our customers take advantage of these new capabilities in future product releases as we continue to make our industry-leading offerings even stronger.â âWeâre looking forward to the new opportunities presented by joining the Daktronics team,â said AJT Systems President Ron Linares. âBeing such a large and well-known company in multiple industries, Daktronics will offer new and exciting challenges for our group that weâre excited to take on. We look forward to delivering on the innovation the AJT team is known for as we integrate with Daktronics technology platforms. We would also like to thank Trafalgar Capital Partners LLC for connecting us and serving as the exclusive investment banking advisor to AJT on the transaction.â Technology from AJT Systems is involved in more than 6,000 events every year from professional sports to high school sports and everything in between. This includes live productions at the highest levels of the broadcast business in the United States such as driving graphics for ESPN broadcasts and ESPN live productions for colleges and universities over ESPN3 and ESPN+. Their technology is installed in 1,200 systems in stadiums and arenas as well as 700 systems in television stations throughout the country.