Founded in 2001, Fortress technology has powered the adoption of digital ticketing, the use of RFID/NFC technology in the sports and entertainment industries. Widely regarded as the leading provider of integrated services and engagement solutions in the market today. Our platform powers the game day operations & wider fan engagement activities of more than 120 teams across Europe and the U.S., including 16 of the current EPL’s 20 teams.
At Fortress innovation is part of our DNA. Our team of over 60 engineers understand what fan centric operations means. We understand your business and as such we build solutions that work. Above all we support you – 24/7 in a way that is gained us the respect and trust of many of the worlds most demanding sports teams. That’s what we do…how can we help?
It is said that, “greatness is a lot of small things, done well everyday.” For a sports team, being “great” does not just mean (nor totally rely upon) on field performance. Being great off the field is just as important.
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New York Jets President Neil Glat discussed with SportTechie digital ticketing, the future of virtual reality and the team’s social influencer program
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The Montreal Canadiens in October launched its Club 1909 fan program, an initiative to unite the team’s fans from around the globe
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Welcome to the world of ZK-Crypt where data communications between the smallest electronic components through to largest international corporations and user’s smart cards are accelerated and secured. If you are developing electronic devices with stored data or need secured communications that are vulnerable to snooping or attack, then the parallel processing, low current ZK-Crypt is for you and your clients.
The history of the ZK-Crypt Design Group can be traced back to the 1980′s and 90′s, when the original Fortress U&T Design Group supplied innovative Public Key Encryption technologies (e.g. RSA & Elliptic Curve) to many silicon vendors, including DEC, Samsung and ST Micro. It was these innovative technologies that Fortress GB first exploited with their smart card technologies for transportation, crowd control and universities.
After Fortress U&T was purchased by M-Systems/SanDisk, many engineers and technicians joined their colleagues in Fortress GB and began to create ideas for a new architecture for future long lasting symmetric ciphering and data authentication. Following many man years of development, the result is the ZK‑Crypt family of functions for best of breed True Random Generation, Stream Ciphers and Data Authenticators, ready for efficient implementations.
Fortress GB is proud to present the ZK‑Crypt. The inventors devised the Dual Track Orthogonal Feedback ZK‑Crypt to be a multi-permutation, high diffusion, compact engine, ready to fend off attacks generated on future generation super and quantum computers.
The ZK-Crypt’s Crypto engines (operating from 0.5 to 200MHz; where an engine processes 32 bits on every clock cycle) are compact hardware modules which can be used in SOC designs to efficiently encrypt, decrypt and authenticate clear and cipher text; or spawn unpredictable on-line provable true random numbers.
The ZK-Crypt engine and protocol have achieved highest marks in the most rigorous crypto-tests: NIST, Maurer, Diehard, Repeated Word, Binary Differentials, Distinguishing & Impossible Features, and demonstrate immunity to Differential and other known Cryptanalytic attack strategies. ZK-Crypt’s mathematical complexity precludes attacks on future quantum or conventional computation platforms.
Audio and Video Streams – Fixed line and mobile phone calls, video conference, PayTV
Encrypt Data – e.g. hard drive data simultaneous decryption and hash validated
Electronic Components Data – e.g. tamper-proof car Engine Management Units
Internet Communications – FTP, HTTPS, VPN. Runs at up to 100 Gb/s or more…
A system for facilitating a sequence of events and comprising a data bank loader operative set up for each individual event by loading into an event attendee data bank, IDs and pre-paid balance values, for users expected to attend said individual event and the storing of a user ID, a pre-paid balance, e-cash filling stations and incrementing pre-paid balance of users in an on-site data bank, which can be accessed by mobile service provider workstations according to the user ID of the receptacle being read (which can include a multiplicity of portable receptacles issued to known users) and facilitating a value transaction on the on-site data bank.
A data integrity system including a transmitter, having a TX pseudorandom function generator, a TX switching function having a transmitting option and a TX combiner operative to receive, from a Host, an initialization data entity including at least one word.
Systems and methods for off line/online access controlled environments to implement temporal applications in wireless devices via near field communications in closed group venues; e.g., concert halls, race horse betting, and university scheduling, are disclosed.
Methods and apparatus for controlling venue buy-back and resale of access privileges to controlled group events limiting third party trading of subscription.
Systems and methods to generate random number strings with a high level of entropy at maximum speed. Particular attention has been paid to maintain maximum correlation immunity, and to maximize non-linearity of the output sequence.
Methods and apparatus for controlling physical and virtual access for accelerated recognition and processing of privileges, benefits, value transfers, crowd control, community membership and status, in particular for institutions, arenas and other large venues.
In this invention an autonomous random frequency modulated oscillator driven by a self-contained pseudo-random number generator outputs three loosely correlated random binary streams. Included in the invention is a hardware method for proving wandering phase differences and also the existence of a coloured random distribution of concatenated nibbles.
A data hashing system operative to hash an incoming string of message words. The system generates a hash value tag comprising a deterministic random number string which uniquely identifies the incoming string.
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