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SIS.event

Visitor stream analysis, targeted communications, coordination of forces, and headcount – all integrated in one modular system for 21st century events

Organizers of big events are facing an increasing number of challenges, particularly regarding security and safety as well as service. Effective and efficient crowd management are an essential prerequisite to master those challenges.

Through applying intelligent smartphone technology, SIS.event offers users unparalleled situational awareness for the benefit of analyzing visitor streams and managing forces. Combined with our innovative SIS communications tools, which offer, amongst other things, targeted messaging of visitors, this technology creates a comprehensive platform for cutting-edge digital crowd management, making your event more secure, safe, and customer-friendly.

SIS.event uses the following technologies: SIS Crowd Sensing, SIS Messaging, SIS Command, SIS Headcount

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Welcome to the SIS-Event. Enjoy the concert!
Pay particular attention to people trying to trespass barriers.
You are approaching Gate 2 which is currently very crowded.

Please use Gate 3 instead.
Parking areas P1 and P2 are occupied.

Please use P3 instead.
Please instruct all vehicles to use P3 only.
Area A in front of Stage 2 is at 90% capacity.
The Main Stage is currently overcrowded.

Please visit Stages 2 and 3 in the meantime.
Unfortunately, the next act will have have a delay of 15 minutes.
NOW: Enjoy a 10% heat discount on all drinks!
Thank you for being our guest today!

Please use Gate 1 or 3 to exit.
Thank you for joining this year’s music festival!

We look forward to welcoming you back again next year.

As a loyal customer, we are pleased to offer you a 10% discount on all tickets!
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Geographic visitor information can be generated prior to an event and published through the official event app.
Service messages for different sections of the event area can also be prepared prior to the event. Visitors will receive those messages as soon as they enter the respective section.
Moreover, forces can improve resource planning with the help of geographic information and other messages sent to their smartphones.
During the arrival phase of an event, SIS.event analyzes visitor streams in real time, thereby identifying the main arrival pathways and steering people using SIS.event’s intelligent messaging features.
Due to its ability to connect with existing infrastructures, SIS.event enables sending messages not only to smartphones, but also, for example, to digital displays.
Should forces be required to intervene, SIS.event supports adequate resource allocation and the distribution of instructions.
Once published, all geographic information can be updated with the latest changes.
Current visitor numbers are constantly displayed for all areas with access to headcount systems compatible with SIS Headcount.
Whenever pre-defined values are exceeded in a given headcount area, SIS.event immediately sends off an alarm. Depending on the respective headcount system, other control devices such as traffic lights can be activated.
Of course, SIS.event constantly offers a complete overview of visitor stream behavior during the actual event, thereby enabling efficient crowd management.
To keep event managers up-to-date and support optimal coordination of forces, the event team can send out reports with SIS.event at any time.
SIS.event can also be used to send out general messages about the event flow or implement targeted marketing campaigns.
The current position of selected security forces can be shared in the official event app during the event. This allows visitors to always find an emergency doctor, for example.
SIS.event also supports the efficient departure of visitors.
An integrated time-lapse function provides valuable insights into the entire event flow after the event. This allows organizers to identify any potential for improvements when planning future events.
Messages to thank visitors, for example, can also be sent out after the event.