The NFL Tests Qylur’s Magic Machine That May Fix Airport Security

Levi’s Stadium is a technological marvel and one of the most sophisticated sports stadiums in the world. That makes sense, given that the new home of the San Francisco 49ers football team sits in the heart of Silicon Valley. The Wi-Fi network, some 600 access points strung together with 400 miles of cable, can transfer 40 gigabits of data per second. Some 1,200 Bluetooth beacons guide fans to their seats and other locations. More than 2,000 TVs scattered throughout the place ensure no one misses a second of action while waiting in line for hot dogs and beer.That’s all well and good, but nothing new to 21st century fans accustomed to being connected everywhere they go. Far more novel is the tech fans will see outside the stadium in the security…


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