The NFL will unveil new stadium technology that will save teams millions of dollars per year, with more than a dozen new technologies that are designed to be compatible with existing technology and will help the league maintain a competitive advantage in the age of the internet.
The NFL announced Wednesday that it has signed a multiyear agreement with Google and the Air-Force to work together to create new technology that would be compatible on all of the NFL’s new stadiums and equipment.
It will use the technology to make stadiums more environmentally friendly, and it will make the game more interactive and fun, the league said.
“We are working to reduce the environmental impact of stadiums, from construction and renovation, to the energy use of stadiums and to the carbon footprint of stadiums,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
“We will do so by making our stadiums more energy efficient and the technologies that enable us to do so.”
With this new partnership, we are making it easier for our teams to play in stadiums that are in compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act, which are the two laws we all love to hate.
We will have the best technology, the most advanced technology, that will allow our teams and players to compete on a level playing field with the rest of the world.
“The NFL said it will also partner with a leading technology company to help develop technology for new stadiums, and the league will invest millions of hours of research and development into the technologies to improve stadiums.”
We are confident that this technology will help us win the Super Bowl, and we look forward to working with all of you, the fans, on the next steps.””
It is our belief that these technologies will save lives and money for fans, our employees, and our owners.
We are confident that this technology will help us win the Super Bowl, and we look forward to working with all of you, the fans, on the next steps.”
The technologies are designed for stadiums that will be built by 2021, including the $1 billion CenturyLink Field, the $750 million Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the planned $2 billion Mercedes-Marblehead Stadium and the $600 million Toyota Stadium.
The agreement will cover the technology that is currently in use at NFL stadiums, but will be able to be integrated with other technology that already exists.
The technology includes the stadium lighting system and the stadium audio system, as well as advanced analytics to help manage the stadium environment.
The technology will also be compatible in the new stadiums that the league has been building, including two new stadiums in Los Angeles and Denver, as part of the $350 million renovation of Qualcomm Stadium, which is scheduled to open next year.
The stadium technology will be used to improve the sound quality of stadiums for the next decade, as it will help prevent the formation of harmful airborne particles that can cause respiratory illness.
The stadium technology also will be integrated into the existing sound-absorbing sound-distribution system that is used at the stadiums.