Technology at the Atlantic City Convention Center
The Atlantic City Convention Center features the latest technology including a wide variety of new options to host the perfect hybrid event. The venue offers soundproof panels, assisted listening systems and voice, video and data communications capabilities. Each hybrid event is made up of a blend of platform, production, and technology solutions complemented by creative, design and strategy capability to ensure excellence and engagement for all participants. Smart City Networks designs, installs and maintains data, voice, electrical and utility platforms, coupled with voice, video and data network engineering, security and monitoring. Providing technology services to over 3,000 conventions and meetings annually, Smart City Networks currently serves 39 convention and meeting facilities across the U.S., totaling over 17 million square feet of exhibit space.
SmartCity is the provider for high-speed internet at the Atlantic City Convention Center. Free guest Wi-Fi is available in buildings atrium and pre-function spaces. SmartCity is the nation’s largest provider of event telecommunications and technology in the convention industry. Smart City Networks designs, installs and maintains data, voice, electrical and utility platforms, coupled with voice, video and data network engineering, security, and monitoring.
For more information about our networking and technology packages and how they can meet your specific communication requirements, please contact our Smart City Sales Department at 609-449-3446. To learn more about Smart City Networks, call 702-943-6000 or visit www.smartcitynetworks.com.
Due to past efforts by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), the Atlantic City Convention Center installed the largest single roof mounted solar array in the United States on top of the facility in 2009. The solar roof consists of 13,000 individual panels and covers over 290,000 square feet. To date, it has produced 29% of the building’s total electrical consumption, most recently accounting for 31% in 2017. The Atlantic City Convention Center anticipates savings of nearly $4.4 million in electricity costs since its debut through 2029.