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FanVision Entertainment acquires Racing Electronics: FanVision Entertainment announced that it has acquired Racing Electronics (RE). FanVision and RE combined will reach race teams, drivers, sponsors, and fans with cutting edge communication products and services across all major North American motorsports series. Over the past 28 years, RE has built the most trusted brand in race communications. With operations in NASCAR, IndyCar, NHRA, ARCA, and other racing series, RE will provide access to new markets for FanVision's NASCAR-focused product line of digital audio, video, and stats devices. "Motorsports is very important to FanVision, and RE is an integral part of that ecosystem. We love their technology, their know-how, and their approach to the business," said Andrew Daines, CEO of FanVision Entertainment. "We are thrilled to be joining the FanVision Entertainment family," said Bruce Silver, Founder of Racing Electronics and now President of Motorsports for FanVision. "Our combined products and expertise make this a very exciting company." Fans should expect no changes or interruptions in service for FanVision and Racing Electronics products, websites, and trackside locations as a result of the deal.(PR)(9-10-2015)
FanVision introduces FanVision Puck: FanVision, the in-venue technology and content platform used at professional sporting events across the country, announced the introduction of the groundbreaking mobile accessory FanVision Puck. FanVision Puck connects to any iOS or Android device to provide access to the streaming video, audio, and data content currently available on the FanVision Controller dedicated device. FanVision Puck will debut at the 2016 Daytona 500 via the Daytona International Speedway mobile app and will be available at all other International Speedway Corporation (ISC) races throughout the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. Trial runs for the device will be available at select ISC tracks during the remainder of the 2015 schedule.
FanVision Puck solves the two most serious mobile challenges for events and venues: mobile phone charging and connectivity. FanVision Puck provides users with live video, audio, real-time statistics and replays over a private and wireless broadcast network, offering uninterrupted streaming data for every fan in attendance. Further, FanVision Puck provides a 2,000 mAh charge to the user's phone with its own internal battery. Over a four-hour period, users will be able to continuously consume live video and audio, while seeing their smartphones' battery charge. "FanVision Puck will continue our company's mission to enhance the fan experience through technology," said FanVision CEO Andrew Daines. "Fans will enjoy the ability to charge their phone and consume content without worrying about battery life and data."
"We're thrilled to have the opportunity to debut the FanVision Puck at the Daytona 500," Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III said. "The 2016 Daytona 500 will be the first in the newly renovated motorsports stadium and this extraordinary technology from the FanVision Puck will further elevate the fan's experience at the 'World Center of Racing.' "(FanVision)(6-19-2015)
FanVision merges with PrePlay: FanVision, the in-venue technology and content provider used at professional sporting events across the world, announced a merger with PrePlay Inc., a developer of mobile games in sports entertainment. FanVision is operated by RSE Ventures, the firm co-founded by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen M. Ross and Dolphins Vice-Chairman Matt Higgins. Among other services, FanVision currently offers live video and real-time statistics on a dedicated handheld device in venues worldwide. FanVision is used at NASCAR races and professional golf events around the world. PrePlay also develops live mobile games that enable fans to predict events in real time. Clients include MLB.com, the NHL, and the US Open Tennis Tournament. The merger will allow FanVision to augment its current product with additional mobile applications to bring its content to additional fans. The new company will operate under the FanVision name, with current PrePlay CEO Andrew Daines serving as CEO. Current partners and fans will see no change or interruption in services from either FanVision or PrePlay.(PR)(9-16-2014)
Energizer Technology to Power Racing Electronics: Realizing that the key to staying on the air, and ultimately keeping race fans happy, is extremely reliable power, Racing Electronics President and CEO Bruce Silver announced today that RE has partnered with the most dependable name in the market - Energizer. "Battery technology has advanced so much in the last few years, " said Silver, "and Energizer has clearly stayed out in front of it. We are thrilled to announce to our customers that Energizer's technology will power all of our products in 2014, beginning with the Daytona 500, giving them peace of mind. This kind of commitment is what keeps us the number one supplier of race communications with race fans." Not only will Energizer batteries be THE power source for all Racing Electronics products, but some fun marketing initiatives were announced as well. Race fans might just see The Energizer Bunny at select races. Social media outreach via "The Digital Energizer" will begin, starting with The Daytona 500, directing fans to RE trailers for special promotions. Coupons and promotional items will be given away at select events. And, at other select events, customers will be able to exchange their batteries for a fresh set of complimentary Energizer batteries. "Energizer is excited to be the official battery supplier for Racing Electronics. This partnership is a natural fit for both companies which will provide teams and race fans with a high quality and long lasting listening experience while at the track. " Brad Harrison, Vice President of North America Marketing, Energizer Household Products.(RE)(2-24-2014)
FanVision Acquires TrackScan, Gains Control Over Device Distribution: FanVision has acquired TrackScan, a company that distributes radio scanners at NASCAR and IndyCar races. Financial terms of the deal were not available. The acquisition gives FanVision, which makes handheld video controllers for sporting events, control over distribution of its controllers at races. TrackScan, which was started in '93 in North Carolina, has a fleet of trailers that set up at NASCAR and IndyCar races. Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross owns FanVision.(Sports Business Daily)(1-9-2014)
Racing Electonics signs deal with ISC: Racing Electronics is very pleased and excited to announce that they have been selected and signed a multi year deal as the exclusive scanner company for the International Speedway Corporation's racetracks. RE is now preparing for a busy 2013 and will have additional locations, equipment and staff to assure race fans receive the very best experience possible. In addition to racing scanners Racing Electronics, is proud to be the distributor for FanVision at all NASCAR Sprint Cup Races again in 2013. 2013 marks our 25th year in business which makes this a particularly special deal for RE. More info on Racing Electronics go to racingelectronics.com.(1-26-2013)
New And Improved In-Venue Broadcast Service with FanVision: With a new season of racing just days away, NASCAR and FanVision announced a multi-year agreement that will enhance the at-track companion viewing experience for the sport's millions of fans. FanVision will offer a wide array of broadcast content, provided by Emmy Award-winning NASCAR Media Group, delivering the most extensive menu of features and services available. This next generation technology will be available at select NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event weekends and will offer an experience unlike anything fans have ever seen before in a handheld device. The FanVision controller and service will replace the out-dated FanView device that has been available for rent or purchase at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tracks since 2006. The FanVision controller represents the cutting edge in broadcast technology and is the ultimate race companion providing exclusive at-track handheld access to live broadcast feeds, eight onboard cameras, official timing, data, statistics, as well as the ability to follow specific drivers, instant replays and digital radio scanner. The high-quality, 4.3-inch screen on the FanVision controller provides an unrivaled event experience, allowing users to catch every corner and every movement of NASCAR on razor-sharp clarity. With the transition to the new FanVision controller, fans will no longer be able to rent, purchase or activate FanView devices. FanView device owners may be eligible for a credit towards the purchase of a new FanVision controller. To learn more, FanView device owners should visit a FanVision or Racing Electronics hauler or kiosk at track during select NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekends, or visit www.racingelectronics.com/fanview to learn more. The new FanVision controller will be available for purchase or rent at FanVision or Racing Electronics haulers or kiosks or online at www.fanvision.com.(NASCAR)(2-17-2012)
Racing Electronics Honored: The Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce (NC) has presented Racing Electronics with its Small Business of the Year award at a recent luncheon held at Embassy Suites in Concord, NC. The Chamber's Small Business of the Year Awards recognize the entrepreneurial achievements of Cabarrus County's smaller for-profit companies who display strong financial performance,achievement in management, workplace excellence, product innovation,and community and social responsibility. Racing Electronics is the worldwide leader in providing radio communications products to the motorsports industry and was grown from a home-based business. Bruce Silver, Owner and Chief Executive Officer, began the business in 1988 out of a need to enhance the race fan experience. Through innovation and diversity, Racing Electronics has developed high quality scanners and headphones for race fans; they have advanced technologies for radio wiring and two-way radio equipment. In 2005, the company relocated its world headquarters to Concord and has created over 70 jobs.(Speed51)(2-2-2012)
Richard Petty Driving Experience and Racing Electronics Announce Partnership: Richard Petty Driving Experience (RPDE) has entered in to a marketing and operational partnership with North Carolina-based Racing Electronics. Racing Electronics, the leader in two-way communications for race teams, tracks, fans, and sanctioning bodies worldwide, offers reliable, industry-tested equipment providing their top of the line services to an extensive client base within the NASCAR industry. For RPDE in particular, the use of radio communication between crew members is an essential element in the safe execution of Ride and Drive programs. The partnership with Racing Electronics gives the team at RPDE access to superior technology in in-car radio communication, as well as technical support from the industry leader.
"Richard Petty is an icon in the sport, and to be involved with RPDE is an honor and invaluable asset to our company," said Bruce Silver, President of Racing Electronics. "Racing Electronics has become the leader in two-way communications by providing fans with the experience of listening to their favorite driver's at the track as well as providing communication equipment to race teams."
As part of the program, Racing Electronics will become the exclusive provider of all two-way communications equipment for RPDE track crews and RPDE will feature Racing Electronics on a majority of the 120-plus stock cars in their fleet - though both parties will work closely throughout the season to leverage the partnership in other areas, as well. "We are looking forward to a long term partnership that benefits both our companies and the thousands of fans who participate in RPDE," said Silver.(RPDE)(7-9-2011)
Racing Electronics Adds HANS to Product & Service Lineup: Racing Electronics announced the addition of HANS Performance Products to its industry-leading list of products and service. "Becoming a full-line HANS dealer will allow us to truly be a one-stop-shop for the competitor," said Kevin Hughes, Director of Motorsports Services for Racing Electronics. "We pride ourselves in providing industry-leading customer sales and service. We will now be able to provide factory-trained HANS sales and service to all of our customers, regardless of series or style of racing." For more information on Racing Electronics, please call the showroom toll-free at 1-800-272-7111 and visit them on the web at www.racingelectronics.com.(NCMA)(1-24-2011)
Sprint FanView may go away or change: The NASCAR Sprint FanView handsets may have worked their last race. The contract between Sprint, ISC, NASCAR and Kangaroo.tv to provide the handsets is up at the end of the year, and it's unclear if the parties will renew or extend it. The agreement, which was announced in 2006, allowed the parties to provide $49.99 rentals of a hand-held scanner that included video, audio and data capabilities. The deal initially was signed so that Sprint (then Nextel) could provide advanced technology to fans at the track. But as cell phone technology has developed and allowed Sprint to turn phones into scanners, there is less of a need for the FanView system, said Tim Considine, Sprint's director of sports marketing. "The fan experience with FanView may change next year," he said, "but our belief and hope is it will be around for years to come. It just may be a different device." Sprint is considering everything from exclusively providing a FanView-style experience on phones to partnering with another company that offers similar in-venue technology. There have been discussions with FanVision, the handheld company owned by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. The FanView handsets were used by only a single-digit percentage of fans attending races. Considine said that fans who bought a FanView device in the past four years will still be able to use it at tracks in 2011, but it is unlikely the device will be rented at tracks. "We hope to bring a more enhanced device and technology (to tracks)," Considine said. "It will be a better experience for fans."(SceneDaily)(11-30-2010)
Congrats: to Gregory Lang of Davidson, NC who clinched the Charlotte Motor Speedway Legends Car Summer Shoot Out Semi-Pro championship recently. Gregory is the son of Bruce Silver, owner of Racing Electronics located in Concord, NC. Silver/Racing Electronics is a long time supporter/advertisier/friend of jayski.com.(8-24-2010)
Racing Electronics becomes the Official Radio Communications Supplier for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: Fresh off announcing their new role as the Official Radio Communications Provider for the Indy Racing League earlier this week, Racing Electronics [longtome Jayski.com sponsor] has also announced that they have entered into a multi-year agreement with Indianapolis Motor Speedway to become the Official Radio Communications Supplier of IMS, the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, Indianapolis GP and all other racing events held the historic Indiana racing facility. The partnership between Racing Electronics and Indianapolis Motor Speedway brings together the leader in professional racing products worldwide and the most recognizable racing facility in the world. RE's Team Services personnel will be in attendance for the most prestigious racing events in the world held annually at "The Brickyard," including the Indianapolis 500 IZOD IndyCar Series event and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series' Brickyard 400. RE's fan sales and rental units will also be available at the track for fans to rent or purchase communications products such as scanners, headsets and other two-way communications materials. Racing Electronics manufactures and supplies a complete line of race communication products and accessories and has been serving the professional drivers and pit crews, as well as the race fan, for more than 20 years. In addition to its worldwide headquarters and full showroom in Concord, North Carolina, In addition to being the Official Radio Communications Provider for the Indy Racing League, Racing Electronics has mobile offices at all NASCAR Sprint Cup, XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series events, along with all NHRA races and short-track events throughout the United States,(Racing Electronics)(3-16-2010)
Racing Electronics Introduces Ear Molds: Racing Electronics announced at the Performance Racing Industry trade show in Orlando, FL, the grand opening of the company's in-house custom ear mold laboratory. Previously, R.E. relied on an outside vendor to make custom ear molds, but now, they have the capability to do all custom molding for its customers in-house at the company's world headquarters in Concord, NC. "By bringing this process in-house, Racing Electronics is able to offer a better value to the customer," said Bruce Silver, Owner of Racing Electronics. "We are now capable of a one-day turnaround and the ability to provide more of a custom-fitting mold that will increase the quality of the audio signal to the customer." Being able to fit and produce a customer's molds at one time and in one location increases the quality and reduces the turnaround time to the customer. Racing Electronics' newly designed custom molds feature better fit, softer material and a more robust service life. Racing Electronics' head ear mold lab technician, Rick Germain, has completed extensive training and has been busy completing the lab at RE's headquarters. Racers attending the PRI trade show in Orlando, FL this weekend can visit Racing Electronics for more information on the custom ear molds or any of their extensive line of communications products. RE is located at booth 1601. Racing Electronics manufactures and supplies a complete line of race communication products and accessories and has been serving the professional drivers and pit crews, as well as the race fan, for more than 20 years.(51 Sports)(12-11-2009)
NASCAR no plans on keeping radio chatter from fans: Radio transmissions between drivers, owners, spotters and crew chiefs will continue to be available to NASCAR, media and fans. Flak over a torrid exchange between #2-Kurt Busch and car owner Roger Penske last Sunday at Martinsville -- in which Busch called his owner "dude" -- evoked a familiar refrain on Friday at Texas Motor Speedway. "The radio, I always thought, has been a team tool that should be utilized just by the teams," Busch said. "We don't get to hear what the coach says to his offensive and defensive coordinators in the NFL. I don't think that we get to hear what they do in baseball when they call to the bullpen. You don't get to hear what they say in the huddle, and what they say in the huddle is pretty animated. Roger and I are on the same page. Martinsville is behind us." That may be, but NASCAR isn't about to budge when it comes to keeping the airwaves open.
"The more access we can give the fans, that's a part of what made NASCAR what it is, the accessibility of the drivers," said Jim Hunter, NASCAR's vice president of corporate communications. "In my opinion, drivers -- even in the heat of battle -- need to be able to control their emotions. They're driving a racecar around at 200 miles an hour with a bunch of other people. NASCAR needs to be able to hear what's going on with the teams during a race, and we've extended that to the fans."(Sporting News)(4-5-2009)
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