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The Smart Venue's future-proof strategy is built around initiatives that prioritize speed, security and sustainability. Our three-pronged strategy empowers venue operators to optimize their resources and be more decisive in planning for the future.
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Here’s the reasons why the $154 Million dollar contract for LeBron to play with the Lakers is about so much more than wins and losses.
Innovation at your company cannot be an afterthought, nor just a new responsibility assigned to existing staff. Meaningful technology innovation requires a "inside-out market research" plan.
For the first in a series of interviews with innovation professionals, we've connected with Scott Kirsner, Editor and Co-founder of Innovation Leader.
Next-Generation Agencies will need to focus on technology, and The Global Sports Venture Studio is the latest entrant into the space.
We’re as excited as anyone about the announcement of the 2026 World Cup taking place in North America. Eight years feels like a long time, but here’s what we believe you’ll see in sports-tech at the North America hosted contest.
We've been following the Golden Knights closely this year, as they lead the way in innovation in just their first year on ice.
For most venue operators, the fans who attend their games are largely anonymous. Gaining visibility into fans is a security and fan experience imperative. Venue operators, technology providers and venue architects must work together to achieve this goal.
Technologies like 5G, AR, and mobile ordering transform a stadium into a Smart Venue. New technologies aren’t the only thing growing, the threats are too. Smart Venues find themselves confronting a host of new threats like drones, hacks and scalper bots.
There's a new corporate leadership position focused on innovation, and the sports industry should be taking some notes.
Fans spend a lot of game-day waiting in line. Venue apps help by speeding up stadium entry, concessions ordering and wayfinding. These services come with a pricetag, but even the world's most valuable franchises have some work to do.
The sports technology market is charging full steam ahead. However, an innovative idea does not determine longevity, it must be matched with a plan to cost-effectively scale technology infrastructure.