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Powering the return of fans is Job One for venue owners and operators everywhere. The same digital technology that allows us to gather fan data to tailor experiences that delight fans and create new revenue streams can also make buildings more integrated, adaptive, proactive and self-learning.
Bringing together traditional operational technology, IT systems and cloud applications infused with AI and IoT, as well as cutting-edge technology such as digital twin, allows us to gain unprecedented insight, integration and collaboration to better adapt venues for the return of fans and future planning.
In this informative webinar, technology experts from Johnson Controls:
· demonstrate how OpenBlue Digital Twin enables 3D visual analysis by leveraging data in and around the building structure, plus location, events, assets and people, as well as past, present and future events related to the building and the environment
· show how digital twin allows for crowd modeling, arrival and departure analysis; “what if” scenario modeling for planned events; foot traffic heat mapping for disinfection; along with unplanned incident response events
· demonstrate how OpenBlue Digital Twin simulations allow end users, venue management and other stakeholders to test and validate their plans around cleaning and safety, where decisions are based on data and demand and not rigid schedules
Host: Dr. Lou Marciani, Director and Co-Founder of IIFX
Chad Pakett, Advanced Solutions Digital Leader, Johnson Controls
Nick Treder, Director of Sports & Entertainment, Johnson Controls
Jason Pelski, Sr. Manager of Architecture & Platform, Johnson Controls