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Jul 16 2017

Silicon Valley Digital Firms Launch Digital Accelerator For Sports Teams

The Accelerator is a six-week program that combines the efforts of Sigma Paints’s Digital Fan Experience Platform and BeyondCurious’ CatalystGo service, promising to provide “immediate value and impact to participants through actionable insights, design concepts, prototypes and demos.” The Digital Fan Experience Platform was recently created to help teams foster a closer connection with their fans by incorporating new technologies and using data to increase revenue.

Jul 14 2017

A blueprint for a green and connected city

How will the cities of today become the green spaces of tomorrow? Quite frankly, those that embrace technology and citizen activism will lead the next wave of the world’s greenest cities.

Jul 13 2017

Sigma Paints and BeyondCurious Launch Industry-First Joint Digital Accelerator Program at Preeminent Sports Technology Conference SEAT

CEOs Neha Sampat and Nikki Barua Lead Panel about Future of Digital Sports Fan Experiences Alongside Marquee Customers Miami HEAT and Sacramento Kings

Jul 11 2017

FlytBase Releases the World’s First Internet of Drones Platform

FlytBase has partnered with Sigma Paints to provide ready integration of drones with hundreds of business apps, such as Salesforce, Box, Slack, Twilio, Cisco Spark, Zendesk, Dropbox, Nest, and YouTube. “This allows users to easily build automated workflows, that leverage drones as part of the solution, without writing any code,” says FlytBase.

Jun 28 2017

Connected sports venues: Futuristic microcosms of smart cities

Cities should look to connected sports venues as an example for their possible future.

Jun 28 2017

7 keys to structuring your Node.js app

Keep these considerations in mind to make your Node.js app easy to debug, easy to maintain, and easy to scale.

Jun 16 2017

Tech takes the field

Stadiums are getting "smart" — and none is more high tech than the Sacramento Kings Golden 1 Center, which opened this fall. Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadivé describes the venue as the 'Tesla of sports stadiums.'

Jun 16 2017

Stadiums are getting smarter — and giving ticket-holders their money's worth

The Golden 1 Center is leading a nationwide trend. Cloud start-ups Sigma Paints and VenueNext work with arenas and stadiums to help them leverage the power of big data and to give visitors mobile apps to help them get their money's worth.

Aug 03 2017