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© dpa gang advertising in the World Cup game between the USA and Wales in the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in AR-Rayyan. At the European Football Championship
, it was discussed why a majority of the gang advertising was Chinese , after all, the tournament is only played out with European national teams. However, the continental tournament is of great importance for the Asian market. Also at the currently ongoing World Cup in Qatar, all sorts of large companies are promoting the gangs on the edge of the field, and here too the advertising that is shown in Iran is different Look at the same game. In top football, however, there are other interesting aspects in terms of gang advertising. If a German team plays abroad, the German viewer often sees the advertising of German companies on the gangs around the field. This may seem strange at first glance, since fans of the French, Spanish or English team on the other side can also follow the game and do less with the German products. [Crosslinks IDS = "15105,15159,1513198"] There is a simple explanation for this: Double production can be used for games from different countries. In this case, different gang advertisements are played on both sides of the field. The transfer of German television then takes place, for example, from the main grandstand and films towards the opposite line, where German advertising flickers across the gang. The Italian television team is on the back and films on the main grandstand and the domestic ads. So both German and Italians are played out "their" advertising. Technically even greater possibilities and flexibility, the whole thing can be solved even more specifically technically without the fan noticing something. The Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems has developed an
technology that is able to exchange gang advertising during the live broadcast of a football game. So every TV station should be able to play even target group-friendly advertising. The AI-based system can play various advertisements in the same gang to a million audience without anyone noticing it. [YouTube _hredhkq4gk] Some time ago, a video of the English Premier League game between Watford and Middlesbrough Viral showed, which shows how the whole thing can look like in reality. The implementation to be seen already dates from 2017 and is due to the company
Adi , which specializes in LED screen technology. For the mere eye, it cannot be seen that the gang advertising to be seen does not correspond to the one that the viewer has in the stadium.
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