Client: Performing Arts Center

Case Study

A multi-venue Performing Arts Center keeps visitors safe with seamless security screening


Today, millions of people are vulnerable to attacks as private facilities, the transportation infrastructure and public venues and arenas have become potential targets. These soft targets are more vulnerable to attacks because they are harder to secure, with surging crowds, multiple ingresses and egresses to monitor and often minimally trained staff. Based on physical layout, crowd concentration and location, some venues have become concerned with person-borne explosive threats and others with concealed firearms. Decisions about which security technology should be deployed and what processes to wrap around them are highly dependent on the threats and vulnerabilities of a specific venue.

Patrons have a choice and if they perceive that the hassle and intrusiveness of the security process is too great, they may choose not to attend a performance.

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