Dovetailing our panel at SEAT Atlanta, we’re participating in a Twitter chat to dive into what it takes to build a connected venue, build mobile apps that are “sticky”, incorporate new technology like sensors, beacons, VR and AR, and how to deliver an unforgettable fan experience.
The event will take place on Twitter on Thursday, July 27 from 10AM-11AM Pacific Time and 1PM-2PM Eastern Time. We encourage you to bring your questions about sports technology, connected venues, IoT, mobile apps, and more. To join the conversation, follow our handles and the hashtag #SportsTechChat.
Join @paulkaps, @matthewjafarian (@MiamiHEAT), @A_Nicholson (@SacramentoKings) + more on 7/27 for a #SportsTechChat. https://t.co/K7beVb0ztC pic.twitter.com/KEWfeOgPzv
— Built.io (@Builtio) July 24, 2017
The chat will be led by Paul Kapustka (@paulkaps) of Mobile Sports Report and will feature:
Andrew Nicholson, Senior Director, Digital & Integration Communications, will join us to share insight into the award-winning dual app that serves as the remote control to Golden 1 Center and the Sacramento Kings experience.
Follow Andrew, the Kings and the arena:
Matthew Jafarian, VP, Mobile Strategy & Innovation, will speak to his experience launching the brand new Miami HEAT app and digital fan experience.
Follow Matthew and the HEAT:
Nikki Barua, CEO, will focus on value of Agile and digital transformation through the lense of BeyondCurious’ CatalystGo methodolgy.
Follow Nikki and BeyondCurious.
Neha Sampat, CEO, and Gal Oppenheimer, Senior Product Manager, will focus on the Digital Fan Experience Platform, the foundational technology that helps franchises achieve results when it comes to building apps, connected venues, and delivering omnichannel content.
Follow Neha, Gal, and Built.io:
Stay tuned for more details, and follow us and the hashtag #SportsTechChat to participate.