Notre Dame To Implement ISS "Command Post" Venue Management System For 2010 Football Games

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Notre Dame joins with In Stadium Solutions (ISS) to announce the implementation of their cutting edge “Command Post” Venue Management System beginning with the 2010 football season, which includes both an enhanced version of the ISS text-message system used successfully last year for the 2009 football season, as well as their new Incident Management System. As part of this initiative, Notre Dame and ISS also look to implement the use of 2-Way Hand Held Devices with select individuals within their stadium personnel teams.

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“The implementation of the ISS technology allows us to increase our efficiency in responding to our fans’ concerns and other stadium issues, which will both improve our security and boost the overall experience of attending Notre Dame football games."

Notre Dame joins with In Stadium Solutions (ISS) to announce the implementation of their cutting edge “Command Post” Venue Management System beginning with the 2010 football season, which includes both an enhanced version of the ISS text-message system used successfully last year for the 2009 football season, as well as their new Incident Management System. As part of this initiative, Notre Dame and ISS also look to implement the use of 2-Way Hand Held Devices with select individuals within their stadium personnel teams.

The ISS text system allows fans to communicate inconspicuously, discreetly and directly with the stadium’s command post if assistance is needed in dealing with an unruly fan, an injury, cleanup or various other issues. The ISS Incident Management System allows for all incidents occurring on game day to be tracked and recorded in a central database for future reference. The system also provides the ability to automatically notify the appropriate departments and their respective staff members that are the responders to each incident. Files, pictures and videos can all be attached to these incidents which will be tracked from the stadium’s command post on game days. This fully integrated platform allows for automation of the reporting and recording of incidents and event tasks at each game.

“We are excited to utilize this innovative technology to enhance the fan experience at Notre Dame and help us more efficiently and effectively manage our Stadium. We are proud to put Notre Dame at the forefront of technology,” said Mike Seamon, Director of Game Day Operations. “The implementation of the ISS technology allows us to increase our efficiency in responding to our fans’ concerns and other stadium issues, which will both improve our security and boost the overall experience of attending Notre Dame football games.”

“ISS couldn’t be more proud than to work with an institution with Notre Dame’s tradition and help them manage their events and make sure their fans can enjoy each game in a safe environment where their needs are attended to as quickly as possible,” said Scott Meyers, VP of Sales & Marketing for ISS.

ABOUT NOTRE DAME

Founded in 1842, the University of Notre Dame provides a distinctive voice in higher education that is at once rigorously intellectual, unapologetically moral in orientation, and firmly embracing of a service ethos. The nation’s pre-eminent Catholic university and rated among the top 25 of all U.S. institutions of higher learning, Notre Dame is organized into four undergraduate colleges — Arts and Letters, Science, Engineering, and the Mendoza College of Business — the School of Architecture, the Law School, the Graduate School, 10 major research institutes, more than 40 centers and special programs, and the University library system. Located adjacent to the city of South Bend, Ind., with a metropolitan population of some 300,000, it is highly residential, with 80 percent of students living on campus, and also is known for the quality of its physical plant and the beauty of its campus, including the Golden Dome of the Main Building, the world’s most recognized university landmark

Each home game Saturday, Notre Dame Stadium serves as host to 80,795 fans as the Fighting Irish continue the tradition of one of the most historic football programs in the country. As part of its Game Day Initiative established in 2009, the University continues to build upon its legendary home football weekend experience on campus. As part of this initiative, the University continues to look for innovative ways to actively engage and communicate with its fanbase. ISS remains at the heart of this process.

ABOUT ISS

ISS's is the leading provider of Fan Text Messaging Systems in the Nation and the only Company to offer a complete Venue Management Solution in one Fully Integrated Platform (Text Messaging, Incident Management System, Computerized Maintenance Management System, and 2-Way Devices). The ISS text system is currently being used in dozens of venues across the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA and NASCAR. In addition, their system has been used at the nation's marquee sporting events including the Super Bowl, BCS National Championship and Daytona 500. For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.instadiumsolutions.com.

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