For years, we’ve been collaborating with facility leaders, vendors and fans to reimagine fan experiences. And with the right innovations, the venue of the future is ready to help fans share new experiences today.
The ultralow latency of 5G Ultra Wideband means response times in less than the blink of an eye, which is great for venue innovations like touchless concessions purchasing.
The massive capacity of 5G Ultra Wideband allows for the potential of more mobile devices working in the same place at the same time without congestion.
Pairing 5G Ultra Wideband with the mobile edge computing (MEC) power of Verizon 5G Edge helps make it possible to design new innovative technologies that will drive brand new experiences.
5G Edge Crowd Analytics
Monitor crowd movements to help reduce congestion.
By using LiDAR-based technologies to analyze crowd patterns, venue operators can make immediate decisions to help improve the flow of people.
Keep the line moving with fast-lane access.
Wicket offers opt-in facial recognition technology that, when paired with the incredibly low lag times and cloud-based processing power of Verizon 5G Edge, could quickly identify season ticket holders, VIPs and employees, so they can quickly pass through checkpoints.
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