At last week’s Samsung V/X Business Reimagined, attendees convened virtually to learn and experience first-hand from Samsung.
At last week’s Samsung V/X Business Reimagined, attendees convened virtually to learn and experience first-hand from Samsung and industry experts about how Samsung customers adapted and evolved to be more agile, efficient, and innovative in reimagining their businesses for the post-pandemic future.
In our V/X industry sessions, business leaders shared lessons learned on how they’ve pivoted to make the best of disruptive change with new technologies and took bold steps to reinvent themselves. The change we’re seeing is just the beginning and this decade will be remembered as the era of intense business reimagination centered around collaboration and interactivity.
In live sports, operators and teams are investing quickly to make changes to both their venues and their business models to reopen safely for fans, players, and employees. According to Josh Kitzler, Partner and Co-founder of 4FRONT, there are silver linings from the pandemic as it relates to improving live sports. Technology will be at the forefront of everything a sports team thinks about — from the fan experience and health and safety to new sponsorship opportunities.
“Teams are rethinking the fan journey to create a frictionless experience and leveraging new digital and mobile technologies to deliver cashless payments for parking, temperature checks at gates, facial recognition technology to streamline ticketing, and mobile ordering for concessions to cut down on missed game time. The unintended consequence is that teams and venues are aggregating more insights on fan preferences to tailor and improve their future experience.”
Josh also emphasized that we’re also just scratching the surface of what sports teams can do with better connectivity to deliver new in-stadium experiences. “There’s a massive opportunity with 5G to deliver new in-stadium experiences for fans and for teams to share more content and become their own content producers.”
Our education experts shared how they make the learning experience fun again by creating interactive, engaging lessons with display and mobile technology for students and teachers in a hybrid education environment.
Originally published at Samsung