"Making the impossible possible" was the towering ambition on Saturday evening at the Bruges Jan Breydel Stadium. Six deaf fans of Club Brugge were given the opportunity to test an innovation for the first time, aiming to elevate their football experience: haptic feedback suits that convert all the stadium sounds into vibrations on their bodies.
Bruges - Citymesh Flex, known for their powerful temporary networks at events, construction sites, festivals and entertainment venues, are joining forces with TowerEye, a subsidiary of DNCS. This new acquisition adds a lot of expertise, services and innovative solutions to Citymesh Flex as well as exciting references such as Tomorrowland, WeCanDance, Crammerock, Ostend Beach, Core Festival and many others.
Bruges - Citymesh continues to make strides towards a full-service technology company, acquiring the established PS: Radiocom. With their experience and expertise, Citymesh set up a new division specialising in mission- and business-critical solutions, led by Sylvie Debaere. This allows them to offer an even broader range of technological solutions. Roger that!