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Qylur Demonstrates Intelligent, IIoT-Based Solutions at NCS4 Conference

Qylur Intelligent Systems, an intelligent systems company based in Silicon Valley, announced today that the company will be demoing its solution for improved guest experience and customer service and security operations at the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) Conference and Expo in Orlando from July 6-9, 2015.

A Technology Showcase sponsor, the company will showcase its Qylatron™ Entry Experience Solution, which ushers in a new era of guest entry and uses an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) design to improve operational intelligence for a more holistic and secure guest experience at sports and entertainment venues. Qylur will be demoing the Qylatron in the foyer outside the exhibit hall. Furthermore, Qylur CEO and Founder Dr. Lisa Dolev will speak about this industry-first guest entry solution during the Annual Technology Showcase on Tuesday, July 7, from 8:30-9:45 a.m. ET.

"Currently, the security checkpoint at sports and entertainment venues is perceived as a necessary nuisance by attendees and not as an 'enjoyable' part of the brand experience -- whether at a world-famous amusement park or an innovative sports venue," said Dr. Lisa Dolev, CEO and founder of Qylur. "By leveraging intelligent, IIoT-based solutions, these venues can not only make security less invasive for attendees and fans, but also more supportive of the venue's brand, while tying the whole guest experience and entry process together."

At the Annual Technology Showcase on Tuesday, July 7, Qylur's CEO and founder, Dr. Lisa Dolev, will outline the company's approach to improving the guest entry experience. With its IIoT-based solutions, the company has created a holistic "line-of-sight" process that will take a guest from the ticketing application on their smartphone all the way to the entry gate at the venue, providing better branding opportunities for the venue and a more dignified and secure experience for the guest. Qylur has sponsored the NCS4 conference twice in the past, supporting the event's focus on ways to provide better sports safety and security.

The Qylatron™ Entry Experience Solution is a real-world example of the IIoT and intelligent systems at work. The operational intelligence solution covers many customer service operations processes at venue entries, from welcoming and greeting, access control (ticket validation), marketing and sponsorships, to superior non-intrusive security screening. While the self-service Qylatron kiosk runs intelligent decision software on site as it interacts with guests, an intelligent, big-data analytics and learning software engine processes and analyzes sensor information from the entire network of systems. The resulting insights, ranging from maintenance alerts and operational recommendations to adaptive site-specific decision models, are sent back to the Qylatron systems and site managers, completing the operational intelligence cycle.

About National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4)
The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4), at the University of Southern Mississippi, supports the advancement of sport safety and security through training, professional development, academic programs and research. NCS4 collaborates with professional leagues, open-access events, intercollegiate and interscholastic athletics, along with professional associations, private sector firms and government agencies. It is a critical resource for sport venue managers, event managers, first responders and other key stakeholders. For more information, visit

About Qylur
Qylur Intelligent Systems is a Silicon Valley-based technology company disrupting the operational intelligence market through significantly smarter adaptive systems that deliver great user experiences. Qylur develops software and system solutions that are vertically integrated across the entire IIoT/M2M stack and employ social networks of machines, hyper-dimensional machine learning, and human interaction design (M2H). The company's solutions offer guests a fun, respectful and personalized self-service process while helping venues to continuously optimize their operations. Qylur's solutions sense-think-act-learn in a variety of markets including sports and entertainment, government and transportation. For more information, visit

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