Just like its surrounding area in Silicon Valley, the 49ers new stadium will be high-tech to give Niner fans the ultimate experience.
49ers owner Jed York described the new stadium as “software-driven” during his talk at the D11 tech conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
“We want to be a software-driven stadium, not a hardware-driven stadium. We want to build out the infrastructure so you can plug into the stadium any way you want,” said York.
The new stadium in Santa Clara will allow fans to connect to a wireless network using a smartphone or tablet to watch the game recorded through the thousands of HD installed. With so many cameras fans can pick any point of view they like, which puts them closer to the action. Niner fans will also be able to look up stats and information on players.
York went on to explain, “We want you to bring your own smartphone, your own tablet into the game, and have the back end that just works.”
Other information fans will be able to get include digital tickets and the best travel route to and from the game.
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