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Bayer Leverkusen Presents 'Stadium Of The Future' Concept For Remodeled BayArena
Published April 18, 2013
GOING WIRELESS: Bayer Leverkeusen announced that it will work with Deutsche Telekom and Cisco to install Cisco Connected Sports solutions -- StadiumVision, Connected Stadium Wi-Fi and StadiumVision Mobile, to make the BayArena the most technologically advanced football stadium in Germany. StadiumVision will centrally manage high definition video and digital content delivery to approximately 500 high-definition video displays. Connected Stadium Wi-Fi will give thousands of fans reliable and fast access to the Internet, and StadiumVision Mobile will deliver live video to those connected fans’ mobile devices, through the planned Bayer 04 app (Cisco).