CNET Reports on Haystax’s Software Being Used to Help Secure the Bay Area during Super Bowl 50

By Haystax, February 2, 2016 | SHARE

Cnet-logo-PentagramTerry Collins from CNET took a look at some of the security efforts going on in the Bay Area as public safety officials gear up for Super Bowl 50, which kicked off yesterday evening with Super Bowl Opening Night. Fans are already pouring in to the Bay Area, making it critical to ensure safety and security for fans in the Bay Area for Super Bowl activities. Haystax’s software, Cal COP, is taking in tons of data feeds, from officer reports to traffic reports, and getting them relayed to public safety officials on the ground in Santa Clara.

Currently more than 200 alerts are processed per minute, and about 300,000 day, said Bryan Ware, Haystax’s chief technology officer. Those numbers are expected to increase over the course of this week. Accessing this information in multiple offices is key to safety at this year’s Super Bowl, because there are events happening throughout the Bay Area, making it more “logistically challenging” than previous games. Please click here to read the full article on CNET.com