Events / Sports Tech Crawl goes inside Oriole Park at Camden Yards [PHOTOS]

A tour of the technology that powers Orioles baseball.

Camden Yards warehouse was built in 1899 and is nearly as long as the Eiffel Tower is tall. Photo credit: Sharon Paley.
This is a guest post from Sharon Paley, the COO of, the Greater Baltimore Technology Council.

Cross-posted from the blog.
On Monday night 80 lucky folks got an inside look at the technology that runs Oriole Park at Camden Yards (plus a bunch of other cool ballpark stuff). We skipped the stands and got to learn firsthand about:

  • bullpen and monument park
  • DAS (digital and aerials and satellite) system
  • WiFi in the ballpark
  • Dempsey’s Pub’s microbrewing process
  • media control room
  • security command station
  • Orioles dugout
  • field
  • back halls

After the tour, everyone got to taste some of Dempsey’s excellent brewed-on-premises beer and nachos.
To view the full photo gallery from the Tech Crawl, head to the post.

The media control center inside the ballpark.

The media control center inside the ballpark. Photo credit: Sharon Paley.

media command center

Another shot of the media control center. Photo credit: Sharon Paley.


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