combination of affordable technology and highly competitive sourcing has enabled MRG to exploit the use of a separate PC unit with outputs to two screens. The screens are completely independent of each other and can be sited metres apart in an LBO. All that's required is power and an internet connection to constantly update the data which is provided direct from the Press Association.
The UK company, which also supplies dynamic information display systems to a raft of prestigious institutions and organisations including the Houses of Parliament, The Corporation of London and the New Zealand Racing Board, has installed its groundbreaking systems in close to 2,000 UK betting shops, including all branches of Paddy Power and Coral Racing.
Looking ahead to ICE Bryan Corbin said: "The great thing for us is that the ICE expo suits our proposition exactly. We are going to London confident in the knowledge that we are able to deliver technology-driven screen solutions to the betting industry but at ultra competitive rates both of which are crucial factors for the betting sector."
Find Daily Form and other MRG innovations on stand 4142 at ICE 2011.