Leading vendors to examine interactivity and in-stadium innovation at Sports Venue Technology Summit 2016
Emerging technologies and the ways in which they can help sports fan get ever closer to the action will be the subject of a panel session during the first SVG Europe event of 2016 – the Sports Venue Technology Summit, which will take place in Amsterdam on 11 February, during the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) exhibition.
Increasingly, deepening fan engagement through new technology is the name of the game as sports associations and venue operators seek to maintain the attention of an increasingly distracted populace. This requirement can find fruition in multiple forms – through greater integration of social media and bespoke video into the content relayed on stadium displays, to the ability for fans to access statistics, game highlights and more on their smart devices. Challenges abound in this new connected era – not least the need to guarantee sufficient bandwidth throughout the duration of an event – so this panel session will examine emerging technologies and techniques that are set to make everyone’s lives easier.
Joining moderator and SVG Europe managing editor David Davies will be: NewTek senior director of global product marketing Ellen Camloh; BroaMan managing director Tine Helmle; Genelec marketing and PR director Lars-Olof Janflod; and Media Links head of EMEA John Smith.
For a full programme, and to register, please visit https://www.svgeurope.org/svts-europe-2016/.