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Reviewing Security And Sports Tech At FIFA World Cup Brazil For Intel By Sports Techie

Soccer Drones, image via Weekly Wonk.

Soccer Drones, image via Weekly Wonk.

Reviewing Security And Sports Tech At FIFA World Cup Brazil For Intel By Sports Techie

A new Sports Techie contribution for iQ by Intel was just published about the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil security and technology.

Read about it here: July 19, 2014 – Recapping the Tech at Soccer’s Super Stage (Click here): http://mvb.me/s/8d0923  By Robert Roble, iQ Contributor & Editor at #SportsTechie

I submitted nine pages of content to Intel and wanted to share some of the following sports technology and security material I researched, exclusively for the Sports Techie community blog readers.

The fan experience and security has never been better than it was for the nearly 3 million people that attended the 2014 World Cup.

The fan experience and security has never been better than it was for the nearly 3 million people that attended the 2014 World Cup.

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World Cup Soccer Fans Enjoy Qylur’s Automated, Security-Screening Kiosk

World Cup Soccer Fans Enjoy Qylur’s Automated, Security-Screening Kiosk

FIFA World Cup Brazil Security Included The Qylatron, Automated, Self-Screening Machine By Qylur

Qylur Security Systems, is a revolutionary, automated and self-service user experience, invented by the homeland security technology company based in Silicon Valley, who today announced that it deployed the Qylatron™ Entry Experience Solution for security screening at certain 2014 FIFA World Cup™ games. The solution was deployed at Arena de Baixada stadium in Curitiba, Brazil. Lisa Dolev, CEO and founder of Qylur, spoke again to the Sports Techie community blog about their sport business opportunity within the renovated Parana-state venue, perhaps the most modern and best-appointed soccer stadiums in Brazil, with a ca...

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Super Bowl Security is not a Game – It’s been at Level 1 since 9-11

Qylur is a user experience-driven homeland security technology company

Qylur is a user experience-driven homeland security technology company

Forget stoic Peyton Manning vs. brash Richard Sherman – the biggest Super Bowl story surrounds unprecedented security for Super Bowl XLVIII, where a projected 400,000 will invade New York/New Jersey for the first cold-weather venue Big Game in NFL history. For several months, the FBI, local police, marine and military experts have been working on comprehensive plans to secure and protect surrounding land, sea and air for this major event. Times are a changing and so is global venue security technology. The Sports Techie community blog published a piece last year about Qylur, a provider of security-screening solutions for stadiums and public venues, and the launch of Qylatron™...

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Qylur Automated, Self-Service, Security-Screening Kiosk Is Revolutionary

The Qylatron will reverse the strict new rules for fans checking their bags

The Qylatron will reverse the strict new rules for fans checking their bags

Qylur has designed a game-changing new bag-screening technology called the Qylatron that will improve fan experience for sports and entertainment venues, monuments and transportation hubs. The industry-first Qylatron scans guest IDs and screens bags five times faster, detects multiple security threats, reduces security costs with up to 50-percent less staffing, and improves the guest experience. Lisa Dolev, PhD – Founder, Qylur Security Systems, a user experience-driven homeland security technology company based in Silicon Valley, was gracious to carve out the time from Palo Alto to speak to the Sports Techie community blog in Seattle, before their global launch today.

Qylatron™ – Smart Threat-Learning System

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NFL Pass Interference Instant Replay Challenge Reviews Set Up To Fail

Instant Replay Works
Say it ain’t so ref because it wasn’t…

NFL pass interference (PI) instant replay challenges and reviews have been doomed to fail since it was reluctantly voted in for the 2019/20 season by the Competition Committee made up of some of the unquestioned, top football minds in the sport but certainly not proponents of advanced technology in the game, especially New York Giants owner, John Mara. The exception being Sean Payton, the New Orleans Saints Head Coach who played the price for the lack of this rule in place when his team lost the NFC Championship game last year on an egregious PI no-call resulting in the LA Rams back-dooring into the Super Bowl here in Atlanta. Remember the word ‘egregious’ please because it’s important but is shouldn’t be...

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MyBookie Sports Betting Site And Live Mobile Sport Bets

MyBookie Sportsbook & Casino 2019 is America’s most Trusted Sportsbook & Online Betting for players around the world

Sports betting is rapidly expanding across the United States at the pace of a burning vape pen as the big four professional sports leagues try to control the exploding online gaming industry through proprietary data and licensed distribution deals with legal sports books conducted via Sportradar while companies such as MyBookie run their legal offshore operation to the delight of gamblers worldwide without consent from the leagues. Just today, the NBA announced a new sports betting partnership with William Hill. The gambling world was also informed today that Flutter Entertainment, previously known as Paddy Power Betfair, joined forces with Sky Bet in a $10 billion dea...

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FIFA Women’s World Cup VAR Room Media Briefing Review

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 12: A view inside the VAR at the main IBC on June 12, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marianna Massey – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

The FIFA TV media briefing today regarding refereeing and VAR was enlightening both as a fan of football and a sports tech expert. I especially enjoyed listening to Pierluigi Collina, Chairman of FIFA’s referee committee, he hails from Italy and speaks English with a very strong Italian accent. He was joined by Head of FIFA Referring Massimo Busacca, and Kari Seitz, FIFA Senior Refereeing Manager and head of the refereeing project for the Women’s World Cup in France. The sports tech event lasted about a hour and a half and was streamed worldwide...

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Belmont Stakes: Betting Odds 2019

Sir Winston, A Long Shot Delivered The Win At The Belmont Stakes

The last leg of the Triple Crown races, the Belmont Stakes, celebrated its 151st run in the ever-changing but at the same time highly traditional horse racing industry last June 8, 2019. The competition was over a long distance of 12 furlongs or 1 ½ miles. Various racehorses and tracks took part in the most awaited of events. Individuals from different locations in the world also take part in this sporting game. The Sports Techie community blog has deep concerns however about the Santa Anita racetrack where 29 horses have died or been put down since Christmas, 2018. California and other states are trying to ensure the safety of the horses and jockeys with independent reviews...

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How to get more YouTube views for your sports videos

YouTube Mania

Sport videos rank up there with cat videos when it comes to popularity. We love to watch our favorite teams and players doing well – or opponents embarrassing themselves. However, if you’re a budding sports channel making  your own videos or a team/individual building their brand online, or just someone making compilation videos, then you need to know how to make YouTube work for you. The Sports Techie community blog YouTube channel requests your subscription on our drive to 1,000 subscribers from the 114 currently subscribed at http://www.youtube.com/user/sportstechie. We have had 94,885 views and 655 subscribers in ten years, thank you all...

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BallStreet Trading Open For Sports Trades

BallStreet Trading, Inc. is a real time peer-to-peer prediction market that allows fans to trade the win probability of the live events they are watching

BallStreet Trading, Inc. developed a brand new off the shelf game to trade stocks while watching sports. Their peer-to-peer prediction market app allows fans real-time fan engagement in the form of win probability during live events with a decentralized exchange. Price of shares and virtual currency is driven by buyers and sellers in market numbers. By trading sports, they create security around a future, buy the Jets at $22, they play well and sell for $40...

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