How securing Atlanta for the big game became an access management initiative

With less than three months to the biggest football game of the year, the Department of Homeland Security tasked the City of Atlanta with heightening control of the city by securing traffic cabinets within a 1-mile radius of the Mercedes Benz Stadium. 

The goal was for the city, along with ASSA ABLOY, Genetec, and 360 Network Solutions, to control access and traffic flow for fans and players in attendance.

Find out how they designed and implemented an integrated, long-term security and access management solution for the City of Atlanta and the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT).

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