BEI Networks announced today the release of its dedicated Wi-Fi and analytics platform and service for large, fan-based venues. The platform makes its official debut at the 2017 Eastern League All-Star Classic Game on Wednesday, July 12 at the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester, NH.
BEI’s platform provides fans, management and stadium owners with venue-wide, high-density always-on Wi-Fi, and provides management with the ability to capture and track fan usage and engagement data with just a few clicks.
“All Star fans are coming from across the nation to witness the big leaguers all playing together in one exciting game. Today, fans want to share their experience and excitement with other fans in the stadium, their friends and family at home, and their social networks—and our platform empowers them to do so. We’re absolutely thrilled to be a huge part of making that happen,” said Kris Bruno, President of BEI Networks.
In addition to the All Star Game and its venue, stadiums and arenas alike will benefit from BEI’s unique combination of technology and engineering expertise—reducing problems associated with typical Low-Fi or No-Fi conditions, like no cell signal or internet connections.
In development over the last 10 years, variations of the solution have been deployed dozens of times in stadiums and arenas across the US. Created by Kris Bruno, President of BEI Networks, the platform was built specifically to enhance the fan experience.