How the Kansas City Chiefs Champion Digital Transformation with Python Analytics

Abstract: 

As consecutive Super Bowl champions in 2023 and 2024, the Kansas City Chiefs have demonstrated immense success both on and off the field. With one of the highest home attendance rates in the NFL, their front office prioritized data analytics as the center of business and game-day stadium operations. They needed a flexible, scalable solution that could support a continuous stream of live data, so they turned to Dash Enterprise to create secure Python data applications.

Join this special presentation from Michael Ragsdale and Andrew Schutte to learn how the Chiefs achieved the following:
● Live data processing in game-day apps to increase understanding of crowd flows, parking logistics, and staffing
● 32 person-hours saved every week from automating manual workflows
● Reduced software licensing costs while delivering high-value business analytics

Bio: 

Andrew is the Senior Data Scientist for the Kansas City Chiefs. Prior to working for the team, Andrew was the Director of Baseball Analytics at Kansas State University, his alma mater. He has a background in industrial engineering and data science/visualization. Andrew is well-versed in Python, HTML and CSS and uses those tools to drive web app development and business analytics.

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