TechNewsDaily Outlines New Technologies the NFL is Using this Season, Including the New York Jets Touchscreen Command Center by Roundarch

The Jets also are trying out new technology in the skybox this season. Team owner Woody Johnson will be testing a touchscreen device to keep track of various game-day operations, such as which concessions and merchandise are selling fast, ticketing information and if there’s a jam in the Meadowlands parking lot.

The touchscreen “command center” — built by design agency Roundarch — is a first for an NFL team.

“Woody loves technology and wanted access to the entire stadium’s data flow in real time to oversee everything that’s happening,” Sheely said. “If each game is three hours and there’s only ten games, that gives us only 30 hours of action to get it right for our fans. We don’t want to have any lost opportunities, so having the device at our fingertips is key.”

Johnson said the new technology has the potential to revolutionize how NFL teams manage in-game operations in the future.

“The application that Roundarch is developing for us will help us to understand, analyze and then improve the experience each and every time fans come to the stadium and interact with our team,” he told TechNewsDaily.

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