Enormous crowds are expected to gather along the National Mall to get a glimpse of Pope Francis when he addresses a joint session of Congress this Thursday, Sept. 24. And as they have for the past three Presidential Inaugurations, the team from Argyle, Texas-based GoVision has been enlisted to provide the giant LED screens needed to give the assembled masses the best possible view.

GoVision of Argyle is the North Texas company behind the massive mobile video screens that will help visitors see and hear Pope Francis’ message along the National Mall in Washington DC.

Ultra-lightweight product offers extremely high resolution, maximum flexibility ARGYLE, TX (June 25, 2015) – LED technology just keeps getting better, lighter and more high-res. And GoVision is staying on the cutting edge with the introduction of its new GV6 tiles. The 6mm product is ultra-lightweight, weighing in at just 40 pounds per tile. This allows

Fans at McKinney cycling event feel as if they’re on the bikes themselves McKINNEY, TX (June 2, 2015) – As thousands of spectators lined the streets of downtown McKinney, just inches away from cyclists rocketing by at more than 40 mph, aerial cameras buzzed overhead, capturing spectacular, real-time footage of the 6th Annual Bike the

GoVision LP announced that it has acquired the assets of Transit Image LLC, a leading provider of mobile, self-contained large format video screen rentals. When added to GoVision’s existing fleet of “GoTron,” “GoBig” and “GoBigger” units, the combined inventory – 20 units in all – comprises the largest mobile LED screen fleet in North America.

Coming off another year of record growth, including the acquisition of two West Coast-based companies, GoVision LP announced today that it has expanded its leadership team with the addition of Kevin Faciane as a Partner and Vice President of Business Development.

If it’s a major national sporting event, you just know GoVision will be there. As college football fans flood into North Texas for the first-ever College Football Championship Game this weekend, they’ll be greeted by a world-class stadium, more Tex-Mex and BBQ than they can shake a stick at, and several massive video walls provided by Argyle, Texas-based GoVision.

In a bold move to provide an even more comprehensive suite of services to its growing client list, GoVision LP announced today that it has acquired Graystone Media, a leading provider of graphics, production services and live-event content for large video screens and event venues.

GoVision Is the Life of the Party

Friday, 29 August 2014 by

Back in the spring of 2006, a nasty storm blew through the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Among the damage it caused was the annihilation of a manual scoreboard at the Las Colinas site of what’s now the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship. This was the Saturday before the tourney was supposed to tee off. Help arrived in the form of Chris Curtis, president and founder of GoVision, an Argyle-based company that rents out large digital displays.

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(From Digital Signage Today) The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Four just wrapped up a thrilling March Madness — and digital signage was there to make enjoying the game possible for fans.

(from Signweb) GoVision LP, an Argyle, TX-based DS system integrator, bedecked both the scoreboards and sidewalls at Arlington, TX’s AT & T Stadium, where the games were played, and the March Madness Music Festival, which assembled Bruce Springsteen, Tim McGraw and other superstars who performed at an open-air venue in downtown Dallas.