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Boston-based crowd intelligence software company Armored Things has named one-time Portland Trail Blazers Chief Information Officer Chris Dill vice president of business development.
WALK AND ROLL: Evolv Technology’s Evolv Express helps cut lines at security gates. (Courtesy Evolv Technology) Companies selling solutions that can keep venue patrons out of lines New and existing technologies are being brought to bear in the effort to reopen venues amid the coronavirus pandemic, with some that have been around for years finding new salience or being modified to help address COVID-era health and safety imperatives. Examples include Waltham, Mass.-based Evolv Technology, which for the last seven years has employed touchless sensors and an algorithm to detect threats faster and with less guest friction than what’s afforded by magnetometers, pat-downs and bag searches. In July, in response to clients’ needs since the pandemic struck, the company announced that thermal imaging capability had been added to its Evolv Express artificial intelligence-based platform. The company’s roots date back to 9/11 and the death of a close friend of Anil Chitkara, […]
Ticketmaster has developed a new social distance seating tool to help sports and entertainment venues navigate the process for selling tickets for events with reduced capacity during the pandemic.