Sports and Entertainment Technology Alliance

Sports and Entertainment Technology Alliance

NCS4 Sports and Entertainment Technology Alliance member logo banner, including Axis Communications, Esri, Microsoft, Nvidia, S2 Global, and Xtract One Technologies.

The Technology Alliance is a consortium of individuals and organizations committed to spectator safety and security excellence through innovation. Members work alongside practitioners and the NCS4 to explore how people, processes, and technologies can best contribute to safety and security challenges in a meaningful way.

Invest in the Future with a Technology Alliance Membership

Membership Benefits

  • Access to experts, practitioners, and resources through the NCS4 network.
  • Participate in technology webinars and educational programs.
  • Contribute to the review and development of technology information and resources.
  • Provide input that helps shape national-level research surveys.
  • Marketing and communication opportunities through NCS⁴ channels.
  • Corporate membership to NCS4 Connect.
  • Utilization of the Technology Alliance Member designation and logo.

For more information, please contact Daniel Ward at or (601) 266-5999.

Current Technology Alliance Members

Axis Communications

Axis enables a smarter and safer world by creating network solutions that provide insights for improving security and new ways of doing business. As the industry leader in network video, Axis offers products and services for video surveillance and analytics, access control, and intercom and audio systems. Axis has more than 3,800 dedicated employees in over 50 countries and collaborates with partners worldwide to deliver customer solutions. Axis was founded in 1984 and has its headquarters in Lund, Sweden.


Esri was founded to help solve some of the world’s most difficult problems. This is accomplished by supporting users’ important work with a commitment to science, sustainability, community, education, research, and positive change. Today, Esri software is deployed in more than 350,000 organizations, including the world’s largest cities and most national governments.


Microsoft helps first responders improve the safety and security of communities through reliable, compliant, and scalable solutions. These solutions are built collectively by customers, partners, and Microsoft. Microsoft helps public safety leaders understand and manage their organizations in the digital age by engaging citizens, empowering personnel, transforming services, and optimizing operations. Agencies can use the call center and dispatch solution to help process data from a broad range of sources and share it in real-time with first responders. First responders can experience the digital patrol solution which enables faster response to incidents, more effective policing, and enhanced crime analysis.


NVIDIA’s (Nasdaq: NVDA) invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market and has redefined modern computer graphics, high performance computing and artificial intelligence. The company’s pioneering work in accelerated computing and AI is reshaping trillion-dollar industries, such as transportation, healthcare, and manufacturing, and fueling the growth of many others.

S2 Global

S2 Global provides an intelligent platform that delivers accelerated integrated inspection services to secure trade, transport, and events. With unmatched experience, S2 helps organizations realize the benefits of the integration of systems for venues and events.

Xtract One Technologies

Xtract One’s touchless, non-invasive, integrated threat detection applications such as gateway patron screening, video recognition and real-time analytics capabilities remove the need for manual security monitoring as well as the invasion of your patron’s privacy. Xtract One’s integrated security solutions not only secure venues, they secure great times. Treat patrons like the valued guests they are by providing a frictionless welcoming experience from the moment they arrive at the venue. With Xtract One’s integrated security solutions, metal detectors, long lines, delays and invasive pat downs become obsolete.