Bosch Security Systems Hosts Customer Event at New Dallas Cowboys Stadium
November 30, 2010
It cost $1.3 billion dollars to build. It has an interior cubic volume of over 100 million sq. ft. and can accommodate up to 110,000 people. It’s the largest domed stadium ever built, with the most expansive free-standing interior.
A multitude of sound and security challenges can be found here. It’s the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium – venue for the 2010 Bosch “Ultimate Sound & Security Challenge.”
“Our goal is to provide unique experiences that allow customers to interact with our technology in settings that replicate some of the issues they face in their applications,”
On November 16, 2010, Bosch Security Systems, Inc. welcomed over 400 guests to this amazing venue for a day of learning, networking, and entertainment far beyond the scale of traditional customer events held in the Security and Pro Audio industries. From in-depth demonstrations and educational sessions covering the latest Bosch security and communications systems – including the brands Bosch, Electro-Voice, RTS, and Telex – to a meet and greet with the Cowboys Cheerleaders, this was a unique opportunity for sound and security professionals to experience leading-edge technologies in action in a variety of challenging environments – all under one enormous roof.
"Bosch strives to be a true partner to our customers, and we continually seek ways to bring them more value. Our goal is to provide unique experiences that allow customers to interact with our technology in settings that replicate some of the issues they face in their applications,” said Jeremy Hockham, president of sales - Americas, Bosch Security Systems, Inc. “We're moving beyond the industry standard to help them solve their security and communication challenges. In fact, 2011 will see us raise the bar even higher with the launch of an impressive roadshow truck, which will bring hands-on technology demonstrations and training to our customers around North America.”