How The Largest Rodeo Took The Vegas Tragedy To Heart

November 2018

    

How The Largest Rodeo Took The Vegas Tragedy To Heart

Yeehaw! Wyoming is wild country, and it doesn’t get wilder than Cheyenne Frontier Days, the largest rodeo in the nation with attendance in excess of 30,000 people per day. Whether you had a “horse in the race” so-to-speak or enjoyed mellow bluegrass, half the state was there.

Lieutenant Terry Bell, charged with event security, takes his duty to protect his community very seriously; even the remote chance that a similar outcome to the 2017 Vegas tragedy could happen here still weighs heavily on him.

Find out how the Cheyenne PD upped its game to provide another level of public safety in a large outdoor venue on a short-time frame with the most advanced gunshot detection technology.
 

What do human bodies and municipalities have in common? A lot more than you’d first think. Like the human body, cities stay healthy and grow when the information they collect from smart devices can be transformed into useful action. Through IoT-centric initiatives, cities can learn from nature’s most efficient machine and sustain quality of life for residents for decades to come.
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