Invited by dasGate and Veridas, sponsors of Identity Week and architects of the biometric access installed at El Sadar, Osasuna will be represented in London by Luis Arregui, Head of International Business Development of the club.
Arregui will give the presentation ‘IAM in the media, sport, and entertainment, where he will explain how dasGate’s accesses have revolutionized the user experience in Spanish soccer, achieving average access to the stadium of 20 members per minute, thus reducing queues and crowds.
In the session, Arregui will go deeper into a maxim that the club has been defending for years: “What we try to do at Osasuna is to be as prepared as possible so that our members and fans are first-class and have the best possible services.”
This innovation has allowed Osasuna members a more comfortable, faster, and safer way to enter the stadium. And voluntary. To use the system, they only have to register in a process that takes less than a minute, and, from then on, they can access the stadium on match days using their face, without the need to carry their season ticket.
Thanks to this project, Osasuna is eligible for a global award on technological innovation organized by The Stadium Business, where it competes against other world-class clubs such as Inter Milan, the Brooklyn Nets, or Burnley. A recognition that joins the one achieved a few months ago as ‘Best stadium in the world in 2021’ by the Stadium Database website.