Having staged the World Stadiums Congress over 11 years in Europe, Qatar, Singapore and Australia, the event is moving to a virtual platform to reach its biggest audience yet. .
To be held as a three-part series, the 2020 Congress will feature a world class line-up of experts discussing the future of efficiency, sustainability, profitability and experience in stadiums.
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The three parts of the Congress will consist of:
• Part 1: Stadium Design & Development on 1st July 2020.
• Part 2: Smart Stadiums & Digital Fan Experience on 8th July 2020 and
• Part 3: Stadium Security, Health & Safety on 15th July 2020.
Speakers at the events include:
• Darren Whitehouse, Head of Strategy and Partnerships, Sports Grounds
Safety Authority (UK)
• Laurence Smith, Head of Venue Technology, Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
• Christian Lau, Chief Technology Officer, Los Angeles Football Club, USA
• Sander van Stiphout, International Director, Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
• Amie Wallis, Head of People and Culture, Australian Olympic Committee
• Mitch Seeto, Senior Director of Venue and Event Operations, Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore
• Alistair Richards, Director, COX Architecture, Australia
Introducing the Congress, Mary Anne Ghobrial, Program Director states “the age of Coronavirus has seen the sporting and entertainment industry forced to adapt in remarkable ways to health and safety regulations.”
“With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games postponed, along with various sporting seasons either cancelled or on standby, stadium owners and operators remain focused on what the post-COVID-19 era will look like when re-engaging fans back into the stands.
“In light of the pandemic forcing global shut downs on sports and live events, we know that stadium owners/operators will be re-evaluating their priorities to ensure their stadiums can remain operational post-shutdown.
Part 1: Stadium Design & Development – 1st July 2020
The first series will look at the latest trends and innovations on recent and upcoming projects. This will include everything from sustainability through design along with project redesigns that can drive enhance fan experiences for multi-purpose venues.
Case studies: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, Singapore Sports Hub, Egis France
Part 2: Smart Stadiums & Digital Fan Experiences – 8th July
The second series will delve into Smart Stadiums & Digital Engagement strategies, looking at the latest trends and innovations across the globe. This will include everything from utilising data and fan intelligence to driving smarter sustainable stadium operations.
Case studies: Los Angeles Football Club, Johan Cruijff Arena Amsterdam, Australian Olympic Committee
Part 3: Security, Health & Safety – 15th July 2020
The final series will delve into Stadium Security, Health & Safety strategies and the different methods stadium owners and operators can put in place to ensure fans feel safe within their venues.
Case studies: Sports Grounds Safety Authority (UK), COX Architecture, Titanium Security Arena.
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