Death Valley is the intimidating home field of LSU football where, on any given Saturday in the fall, the number of tailgating, non-ticket-holding fans can equal the 100,000+ entering the gates to watch their beloved Tigers. It's a security nightmare that requires meticulous planning, flawless...

Marc Lovicott, public information officer for the University of Wisconsin, never misses a home football game. But recovering from knee surgery, he was forced to watch from home as the Badgers battled the University of Illinois at Camp Randall Stadium on October 11, 2014. The game made national...

Athletic Business

by Jacob Molz / August 8, 2014

Incident management systems are emerging as a preferred safety tool in the protection of both spectator and venue. ISS 24/7's featured article "Controlling Chaos" begins on P.40 of the August 2014 issue.

Excerpt from article below...

Incident Management Systems Protect Facility and Spectator


Sports Video Group

by Christopher Butler / January 16, 2014

Thirty people were stationed inside the Unified Command Center during the night of the BCS Championship Game, and nearly all were trained on ISS 24/7, a Web-based incident management system.


by Christopher Butler / October 24, 2013

Tech-Me out to the ballgame: High-tech secrets of AT&T Park. San Francisco Giants using the ISS 24/7 system for security.

Tech me out to the ballgame: High-tech secrets of AT&T Park

Related excerpt below...

Striking out foul fans

To most fans, the ballpark is a happy place, complete with cheering,...

Stadia Magazine

by Christopher Butler / September 1, 2013

More than half of the professional venues use the ISS 24/7 system, which is also in use at half of the collegiate football venues, some of which are larger than typical NFL stadia.