Protecting a Stadium from Hazardous Materials Using IoT2cell's Mobility Platform
- Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
- Sensors - Chemical Sensors
- Business Operation
- Intrusion Detection Systems
There was a need for higher security at the AT&T Stadium during the NFL draft. There was a need to ensure that nuclear radiation material was not smuggled inside the stadium. Hazmat materials could often be missed in a standard checkpoint when gaining entry into a stadium.
About The Customer
AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas is the home of the Dallas Cowboys.
Nuclear radiation detectors were placed obscurely at key choke points in the entryways to the stadium. These detectors were connected to the IoT2cell mobility platform using FirstNet. First responders used mobile phones and tablets to see data from the sensors.
CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive)
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