Game day is a busy time for event organisers, security teams and patrons. Using location technology, ticket holders can easily make it to a stadium by public transport, find amenities, access help - and if social distancing is still on the cards - ensure that these biosecurity measures can be met.
Organisations involved across gameday operations should consider the following location technologies and use cases as they plan for 2023.
Managing large groups of people comes with large responsibility required from government, defence and security departments. Maps are a great way to monitor human traffic at a venue, identify congestion hotspot areas and deploy security and police to highly congested areas to ensure that corridors (like ticket gates and train station entries and exits) are well resourced.
Technologies like CARTO can be used to track heavily congested areas via heat mapping capabilities - or if the correct functionality enabled for police, guards and patrons, distress calls can be accurately pin-pointed by location in real time so that response actions can be dealt with swiftly.
NGIS Australia has been building maps for over 26 years, we have demonstrated experience working with government, tourism agencies, sports and entertainment organisations and more.
We take great pride in working with you to understand your objectives and meet the needs of your organisation when it comes to preparing for large scale events.
Let’s have a chat about your ideas and plans.
About the author: Sarah Butler
Sarah is the Marketing Manager at the NGIS Australia Group. The group consists of location focused companies including NGIS Australia, Winyama, Liveli and EO Data Science.