Music industry software specialist TESBL is set to launch a new simulation package, which it says will replace traditional festival planning and preparation.
Named ‘Caterpillar’, the software automates live music festivals in a simulation engine that produces a 3D model. The technology allows for stage planning and crowd management as well as being able to sales estimates using artificial intelligence even before tickets are made available to the public.
A variety of real life scenarios can be programmed into the system ...
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