Discover the speakers line-up at ESSMA Safety & Security e-workshop
Be sure to have a closer look on our speaker line-up and secure your spot on September 8th!
Learnings from FC Tokyo, Madison Square Garden, Brussels Airport and CrowdProfessionals on the agenda
FC Tokyo: an Asian perspective on safe stadium management after COVID-19 outbreak
FC Tokyo is one of the biggest football clubs in Japan, with a stadium capacity of 50,000 seats. Their outlook on how to future of stadium development is inspired on Japanese culture but nevertheless, holds interesting learnings for European stadium management. Particularly the view of Mr. Koji Ishii on the positive aspects of COVID-19 is refreshing and could prove valuable in Europe too. During the workshop, he provides details on the stronger connections they have build to the world and the accelerated digital transformation that has occurred.
Crowd Management: which factors are leading the decisions and what does the future hold?
Frank Wijnveld had built an extensive experience in crowd management. Important competitions rely on this expertise, just like the UEFA Champions League did for the Final in Madrid 2019. During this Safety & Security e-Workshop, he will elaborate on the 3 key factors of crowd management: density, throughput and crowd psychology as leading factors in the decision making process. Furthermore, analytics tools such as DIM-ICE and RAMP are being discussed with their separate benefits. Thereafter, the challenge of COVID-19, social distancing and crowd management will be highlighted as an important aspect of the new normal.
Madison Square Garden: safe crowd management at the heart of New York
A location in the middle of New York, not an easy position for a venue to foresee safe crowd management. However, Madison Square Garden has been facing this challenge gloriously for years. Darren Claphan, Director Threat Intelligence at Madison Square Garden, will enlighten us on how technology improves crowd management, operations and visitor experience. Join our e-workshop and learn more about the process on how to invest in safety-related technology and get insights on the user experience and results of the facial recognition software.
Brussels Airport flies beyond COVID-19
Brussels Airport is a European hub in aerial transport with millions of passengers coming through each year. Obviously, COVID-19 has impacted the operations hugely and the airport was forced to a standstill. Since June, European travel has carefully restarted and travellers return slowly to the airport. However, in this new normal, various hygienic and safety procedures have to be put in place to guarantee safe travelling. How did they face this challenge? What measures are taken and how did this affect the work force on a daily basis? Register now for the e-workshop and find out how Brussels Airport goes on with COVID-19 & beyond!
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