The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Sports Complex in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is one of the largest and most technologically advanced in the world, with a total of 15,000 seats, a 50 m competition pool, a 25 m dive pool, and a 50 m warm-up pool. It is the first in the region to be built according to Olympic standards and was initially built for the World Swimming Championships in December 2010.
The Dubai Municipality selected Barco's C11 LED displays to spice up the venue. Four 56 m² displays are installed in the main arena, and the training pool area contains one 18 m² display. Additionally, the foyer has two 19 m² LED displays and two FLM HD20 projectors. All of the screens are used to display all sorts of information and video content.