The UniCity approach, experience, and IoT (Internet of Things) partners also support smart solutions for small-to-large scale sports and cultural venues and campuses. Whether you are a developer interested in foot traffic analytics at your mixed-use facility or a University marketing team looking to expand recruiting and development strategies, UniCity can work with you to integrate smart solutions into your existing technology systems.
With a scalable and interoperable intelligent Wi-Fi software, UniCity can support and build capabilities over time.
A couple of our UniCity Venues currently deployed are The Levitt Pavilion and The UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio. These smart venues will continue to grow as UniCity expands and provides a Public Wi-Fi Network.
Levitt Pavilion Dayton
Cincinnati Bell partnered with Levitt Pavilion Dayton to provide free public Wi-Fi for concertgoers. Every season, Levitt Pavilion Dayton presents 50 free concerts of diverse and high-caliber programming with the intention of bringing our community together in a creative place-making space that is safe and family-friendly.
We are very grateful for their commitment and enthusiasm to this project, and we are proud to have them as our technology partner moving forward. This collaborative approach to this project is a great example of the many partnerships that are contributing to the success of Levitt Pavilion Dayton. We look forward to seeing everyone on the lawn!Lisa Wagner
Executive Director of Levitt Pavilion Dayton
University of Dayton Arena
The private university — founded in 1850 and home to about 8,500 undergraduates, the arena plays a central role in the small city. As the arena went through a major redesign, expanding their footprint allowing for more spacious, wider concourses and expanded square footage.
Cincinnati Bell stepped in to bring the online community together. With the company’s installation of Wi-Fi, UD was able to develop a game-day app for fans to customize everyone’s interactive experience and to enhance arena operations, such as monitoring traffic flow throughout the space.
“Connectivity was very poor but we were able to bring technology into the 21st century,” said Jason Praeter, President of Entertainment and Communications for Cincinnati Bell. “We’re very proud to be part of a strong partnership to preserve such an iconic space, while bringing it up to modern standards and expectations.”
Cincinnati Bell has been a tremendous partner with Dayton Flyers Athletics. We are proud to provide our more than 13,000 fans and guests with a world-class Wi-Fi experience and it couldn’t have been done without the great work of Cincinnati Bell.Scott DeBolt, SR
Associate Athletics Director
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