Anyone that’s recently attended a stadium or arena to see a concert, football game or even conference will have noticed a huge increase in security for obvious reasons. But, things have moved on from a guy patting you down on the door or checking your bag.
I wanted to find out more about how technology solutions are helping keep people safe.This search led me to the Qylatron Entry Experience Solution. It provides an automated, self-service screening experience for sporting events, amusement parks, and airports, and has been used at the Olympics, World Cup, Levi’s Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers and other large venues.
Qylur was founded in Palo Alto, CA with a goal to bring the best technologies together to solve some the toughest challenges of our times. The team was driven by an uncompromising commitment to protect people’s lives and way of life. From simple concept renderings, the ground-breaking architecture of the Qylatron took shape, drawing upon the team’s combined experience in AI, systems engineering, and security.
A machine learning-based intelligent system that implemented IoT before the term was even coined. With the full-scale solution realized, Qylur also introduced a novel service subscription model and teamed up with world-class partners for design, manufacturing, technology and services. From humble beginnings to deployments across the world, Qylur stands for big ideas realized
Qylur is helping security deliver the wow factor to venues around the world. To find out more, I invite CEO and founder of Qylur, Lisa Dolev onto the show to learn more about how the company’s journey.