Startup AERAS partners with Churchill Downs before Kentucky Derby

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Get ready to experience the Kentucky Derby like never before - Startup AERAS partners with Churchill Downs to revolutionize the iconic horse racing event.

Hold onto your horses, folks! The Kentucky Derby, the most prestigious horse racing event of the year, is about to get a tech-savvy makeover.

Thanks to a thrilling partnership between Startup AERAS and Churchill Downs, the host of the Kentucky Derby, fans will now be able to enjoy the event like never before. With cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions, the event will modernize offering spectators a better view of the action.

AERAS has already done this service for a couple of years and during Kentucky Derby times they are invited once again to sanitize the venue.

Upgrading the Kentucky Derby Experience

AERAS is no stranger to transforming the fan experience at sporting events. And we are happy to announce that Churchill Downs will now provide spectators with an outstanding Kentucky Derby experience thanks to their expertise.

From virtual reality to smart ticketing, the collaboration will take horse racing to a whole new level of excitement.

A Virtual Reality Trip to the Races

Imagine being able to watch the Kentucky Derby as if you were in the front row. With Startup AERAS on board, that dream is now a possibility.

Fans will be able to immerse themselves in the world of horse racing using virtual reality technology, receiving a front-row view of the horses and jockeys. It's like taking a magic carpet to the races!

Smarter Ticketing for a Seamless Experience

The days of standing in long lines and worrying about losing your ticket are over. The Kentucky Derby ticketing process will be as smooth as a well-oiled machine thanks to new technologies from Startup AERAS.

Fans will be able to manage their tickets electronically, receive updates and alerts, and have an enjoyable experience from beginning to end.

The Future is Now

The collaboration between Startup AERAS and Churchill Downs is proof that the future of horse racing has arrived.

The Kentucky Derby will be a one-of-a-kind event with cutting-edge technology and inventive solutions that you will not want to miss.

So, if you want to witness horse racing history, the Kentucky Derby 2023 will be the perfect race. It seems like the sport is transforming to modern times just to make it more appealing for the younger generations.

What this Means for the Kentucky Derby and Fans

This collaboration between AERAS and Churchill Downs has the potential to dramatically transform the Kentucky Derby experience.

Fans will be able to experience the event in previously unimaginable ways thanks to the use of cutting-edge technology and inventive solutions.

The excitement of the races will be brought to life through virtual reality, while improved ticketing choices will make the event more accessible and stress-free for attendees.

This is a major step forward for the Kentucky Derby and horse racing enthusiasts, and it will undoubtedly elevate the event. This partnership promises to add a whole new level of excitement to the Kentucky Derby, whether you're a seasoned racegoer or a beginner to the sport.

This will also have a more significant impact on the entire horse racing industry. If this partnership turns out to be the right way for horse racing, we can expect more elite races to introduce cutting-edge technology in horse races.

To Sum Up

Startup AERAS and Churchill Downs' collaboration is a game changer for the Kentucky Derby. The event will present fans with a one-of-a-kind experience by introducing cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions.

The Kentucky Derby will never be the same again, thanks to innovations like virtual reality and expanded ticketing possibilities. Prepare to have an event experience like no other - the future of horse racing has arrived!

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