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Securing the Super Bowl

From the moment Atlanta was announced as the home of Super Bowl LIII, Matt Sloane new UAS’s could be a huge benefit to security and safety organizations tasked with protecting the world’s largest annual event. Here’s the story.

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Making History

In May, 2017 the NFL announced that the newly-minted Mercedes-Benz Stadium and the city of Atlanta would be home to the biggest annual sporting event in the world, Super Bowl LIII.

While hosting the Super Bowl for the third time was a huge deal for all Atlantans, for Skyfire CEO, Matt Sloane, the announcement was doubly significant. With most of Skyfire's local public safety clients involved in the security planning and execution for the Big Game, Sloane saw a history-making opportunity to showcase the power of UAS to help public safety professionals gather data and keep the 10-day event secure and safe for the hundreds of thousands of attendees.

Starting in July, 2018, with just 7 months to plan, Sloane embarked on one of the most ambitious projects of Skyfire's 4 year history...securing the Super Bowl.


Super Bowl at a Glance

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According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more food is eaten on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day thank Thanksgiving.


Super Bowl I didn’t sell out even though the most expensive ticket was only $89 adjusted for inflation.


Over 500K people attended Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, and the 10 days of on- and off-site activities.

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