Do not be surprised if you see the scene in the Super Bowl Rugby match resembles a military exercise of the flag country. To make sure everything goes well, the organizers have built up the most powerful security plan ever.
In addition to the sniffing dogs of the famous K-9 program, the FBI says its rapid response forces, along with bomb specialists, will also be mobilized in the event of an emergency.
Security will be tightened unprecedented in the Super Bowl final match
Help for hundreds of agents is the most advanced equipment. The see-through technology, which scans the image through the car’s glass, allows it to recognize the driver’s face and send it directly to the FBI’s giant biometric data system.
Similarly, personal phones are also strictly monitored with the global positioning system. A giant X-ray machine will also be used to track the crates that are being moved into the stadium.
Notably, helicopters and fighters of the US military will appear in this event. This includes the appearance of the famous F-15 fighter. The air force has been training for the past few months to prepare for protection at Super Bowl.
The US Aviation Administration (FAA), the United States Air Force (U.S Air Force) and the California aviation security force will establish a no-fly zone for the duration of the match. Before that, the airspace around the stadium will also be restricted for these helicopters to practice.
The US Air Force’s F-15 also participated in security protection
This means that each audience will be controlled to every hairline. Millions of people who intend to come close to the field cannot avoid being watched by helicopters in the air.
With the average entry ticket price of $ 5,020, about $ 4.2 billion for betting (including illegal). Each 30 seconds of advertising costs $ 5 million and the value of this match brings in about 620 million. USD, it is not difficult to understand why the security of Super Bowl is so tight.