Mercedes Benz Stadium Case Study

 

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Using a combination of device radar, pedestrian/vehicle radar, drone deterrence, infrared weapons detection, facial recognition, and integration with ‘Wanted’ lists, the Wireless Guardian layered investigative and defensive network identifies and tracks security threats; keeping the public safe.

 
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To illustrate the system capabilities, please find the following four case studies outlining the operational effectiveness of the Wireless Guardian system planned to be installed at the Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta, GA.

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2017 Case Study A

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Car (Non-WiFi Enabled) with One Driver and Smartphone; Single Device Scenario *(See Map and Data for Case Study A)

A driver in an older, non-wifi enabled vehicle, without passengers, drives west on Mitchell Street towards Mercedes Benz stadium. The WG Radar/Beacon System pings the iPhone 6 Plus device. The WG Signal Intelligence gained from the WG Radar/Beacon System works with the WG Camera System in real-time and tracks the driver who exits the vehicle on foot.

 

2017 Case Study B

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One Pedestrian with Two Smartphones; Two Device Scenario *(See Map and Data for Case Study B)

A pedestrian in the crowd walks west from the Philips Drive Lot on foot towards Mercedes Benz stadium. The WG Radar/Beacon System pings an iPhone 7 device (Device B1) at the same time it pings a disposable phone (Device B2). The WG Signal Intelligence gained from the WG Radar/Beacon System works with the WG Camera System in real-time. WG identifies both phones are being carried by the same pedestrian, then continues to track the pedestrian with two devices on foot as he enters the facility at Gate 1.

 

2017 Case Study C/D

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*(See Map and Data for Case Study C & D)

A driver in a UHaul truck, with one passenger drives west on MLK Jr. Drive SW towards Mercedes Benz stadium. The WG Signal Intelligence gained from the WG Radar/Beacon System works with the WG Camera System in real-time. WG identifies and tracks the driver dropping off the passenger, then continues to track both the pedestrian (Case Study D) on foot, and the UHaul truck (Case Study C) as it heads north on Northside Drive.

Security and Law Enforcement Personnel use WG Intel to effectively track target.

 

2017 Case Study C/D

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U Haul 17’ WiFi Enabled Truck, One Driver with Smartphone, One Passenger with Smartphone; Three Device Scenario *(See Map and Data for Case Study C & D)

Pedestrian on list exits U Haul 17’ WiFi Enabled Truck - One Pedestrian with Smartphone *(See Map and Data for Case Study C & D) A driver in a UHaul truck, with one passenger drives west on MLK Jr. Drive SW towards Mercedes Benz stadium. The WG Signal Intelligence gained from the WG Radar/Beacon System works with the WG Camera System in real-time. WG identifies and tracks the driver dropping off the passenger, then continues to track both the pedestrian (Case Study D) on foot, and the UHaul truck (Case Study C) as it heads north on Northside Drive

Security and Law Enforcement Personnel use WG Intel to effectively track and apprehend target.

 

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