Technology / 10.26.21
Keeping an Eye on the Doors
VenuesNow (10/21/21) White, Lisa
New York City-based Building Intelligence helps buildings manage and coordinate safety and security technologies via its SV3 cloud-based software solution engineered for stadiums, arenas, convention centers and other commercial and event facilities. Three software modules digitally upgrade engagement, entry and exit by monitoring visitors and vendors as they enter through the front door or in vehicles at the loading dock or parking area. "This software enables these facilities to partner with vendors coming on site through a scheduling mechanism that allows for proper documentation and driver's registration," explained Building Intelligence Chief Operating Officer Chris Lipowicz. "These programs create frictionless access to obtain visitor recognition quicker with safety top of mind." New York City's Yankee Stadium and Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and Washington, D.C.'s Capital One Arena are among the venues where this software suite has been implemented. SV3 offers real-time freight control by managing a third-party network of vendors and contractors, while the Visitor module supervises the scheduling, authorization and access of all people entering a facility. An integrated quick response (QR) code accelerates visitor processing, and incorporates into a venue's physical access control system to permit badges or mobile QR codes to go directly to turnstiles, elevators or rooms.
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