Minnesota Vikings: Taking the Fan Experience to the Next Level

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Tod Caflisch, VP and CTO of the Minnesota Vikings, is just scratching the surface of what can be achieved for a fan experience at the team's new stadium.

 

The Vikings’ new home, U.S. Bank Stadium, opened earlier this year and it’s equipped with the latest technology. From Wi-Fi, to beacons to mobile apps, Caflisch shares how the Vikings’ fans are using technology to order food, find their seats, and learn where the shortest lines are at all the concession stands. This is only the beginning. By implementing the best technology today, Caflisch shares the current fan experience, and the endless possibilities for the future.
 

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