World-class LED screen consultancy.

Serving UK sporting venues since 2010.

SysDev supplies scoring and event presentation systems to UK sporting venues, together with consultancy services such as stadium screen procurement. With past experience in LED screen design and manufacturing, digital out-of-home advertising, football, rugby, tennis and athletics, most of our current activity involves UK cricket grounds.


TechEvent is a supremely versatile event presentation package, suitable for a wide range of sporting presentations. TechEvent integrates seamlessly with TechScore and with other (third-party) scoring packages such as PCS Pro. Further interfaces have been implemented by SysDev with match timing systems and ball-speed radars. Follow the link on the image to discover the full capabilities of TechEvent. TechEvent can be used to present any event, sporting or otherwise.



TechScore is a software package designed for the live scoring of all forms of professional cricket matches onto stadium screens. TechScore provides a stable scoring platform with a wider range of data and graphical outputs than other scoring programs plus unique, fast-acting editing functions, enabling the correction of scoring errors which may have been made on any previous ball.

TechEvent workstation at Trent Bridge

Match-day operation

SysDev provides on-site operation and remote support services at major UK events throughout the year, including on-site support at all International cricket matches at Trent Bridge and Headingley.


SysDev applies its expertise in LED screen technology to assist clients in selecting and procuring LED stadium displays. Services typically include the organisation of on-site product comparisons such as this one at Headingley Cricket Ground in 2021.


Template Design

SysDev works closely with all its clients to give them the exact scoreboard layouts they want. Everything is customisable – layout, fonts, colours. Scoring with TechScore enables the widest range of templates including players’ match statistics (with photographs), batters’ waggon wheels and worm graphs.