Protecting venues of every size
For sports and entertainment venues, delivering a positive visitor experience while ensuring safety and security are paramount. From stadiums and amusement parks to museums, casinos, and festivals, a comprehensive security strategy requires effectively managing the flow of people in and around your venue. And, when incidents do occur, you must be prepared to resolve them quickly with minimal disruption.
Secure your venue inside and out
Unify your operations
Navigating between multiple systems and trying to make sense of data from different sources can waste valuable time. You need to respond quickly and effectively to incidents. Managing all your security systems from within a single, intuitive interface helps you strike the right balance between providing your visitors with a positive experience and the safety of your venue.
Manage your parking efficiently
Providing convenient and well organized parking is vital for venues. Effective parking management can improve the flow of traffic by helping you track lot occupancy in real-time and directing drivers to open spaces. It can also help you to identify wanted and stolen vehicles as soon as they enter your parking areas.
Secure your perimeter
Managing the risk of incidents requires thinking beyond the entrance to your venue. You need to establish an effective security strategy that extends your reach to the perimeter. A physical security system that unifies IP video surveillance, access control, and automatic license plate recognition within one intuitive solution can help security personnel keep your entire venue secure.
Improve your operations
Collaborate with local authorities
A safe, secure environment is a top concern for every venue. Keeping people safe requires forging relationships with public agencies, including law enforcement and first responders. By implementing emergency management solutions that facilitate public-private partnerships, you can help all stakeholders proactively assess and prepare for emergency situations and respond to threats effectively.
Track the flow of people
In addition to thousands of sports fans and concert goers, venues also have staff, contract workers, and suppliers accessing facilities on a daily basis. Maintaining a secure environment means ensuring that everyone has access to the right areas. To protect assets, maintain operational efficiency, and provide positive customer experiences, you require a solution that secures, manages, and tracks access to every area.
Increase situational intelligence
Maintaining an all-encompassing view of your environment can be a challenge. To effectively protect your venue, you need to coordinate your personnel through a common framework and deploy tools that efficiently gather, analyze, and associate critical information in a timely manner. With the right solutions, you can provide security teams with the information they need to respond quickly and effectively to any situation.
“We can quickly identify issues around the stadium and dispatch security officers or customer service personnel to intervene. We are far more responsive, and that helps us ensure a positive guest experience.”
Mark McKinnon, Director of Operations, BB&T Ballpark
Our unified physical security system enhances situational awareness and unifies command and control. Being able to monitor all areas of your venue within one platform helps security teams respond quickly and effectively to incidents.
Ensure complete video coverage from the seats to the perimeter. Supporting a wide range of cameras, our solution allows you to accurately visualize any part of your venue at the click of a button.
Heighten the security of your venue by restricting the access to critical areas. Our access control system allows you to assign access control permissions according to an individual’s role, manage the flow of people, and track access over time.
Enable security personnel to manage lot occupancy in real-time, identify vehicles of interest, and optimize traffic flow with our ALPR solution.
Collaborate with public agencies by enabling system access or providing video to ensure that law enforcement can act quickly and knowledgeably in response to an incident.
The National World War II Museum in New Orleans welcomes over 700,000 guests every year for tour exhibits and to hear first-hand accounts from war veterans and historians. Behind the scenes of the 6-acre campus, the security team ensures everything goes smoothly with unified video surveillance, access control, and intrusion detection.