Daemon Defense has an international reputation for leadership, innovation, and excellence in designing and implementing technology for connected stadiums. Successful projects including Mosaic Stadium (Regina, Canada), and IG Field (Winnipeg, Canada), provide a proven track record of excellence in project and budget management, design, consultation, and owner representation.

Mosaic Stadium.

Modern arenas are filled with immersive and interactive technology intended to maximize guest experience and security. Meeting the needs of large crowds means complex requirements for IT design and implementation which is why it’s vital to find the right outcome-focused IT partner. With its experience and expertise in navigating these complex requirements, Daemon Defense is able to ensure the ongoing success of stadium projects from initial planning, until long after opening night.

“Daemon was instrumental in achieving the IT design and implementation goals of Mosaic Stadium on time, and within budget. Their experience and expertise gave the ownership group confidence in every IT decision made throughout the project.”

The owners of Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan engaged Daemon Defense to oversee a $20 million IT infrastructure deployment. Daemon’s role included IT design oversight, consultation, and owner representation.

Daemon Defense Systems has over a decade of experience with large-scale private and public projects employing 25 ICT Project Managers and IT Architects based in Canada and the United States.

Daemon executed a well-planned and efficient process identifying technology gaps and sequencing all issues in a progressive, phased approach. Acting as the owner’s representative, in a peer review and audit capacity, gave the City of Regina unbiased ongoing representation for every IT decision

Mosaic Stadium.

Mosaic Stadium is a 522,000 sq ft facility with a total capacity of 40,000 visitors featuring 38 corporate suites, two levels of luxury seating, and an open concourse circling the entire facility.

Projects of this magnitude include many vendors and separate entities, each with their own personal interests and focuses. Daemon had the experience and process management in place to unify those entities and coordinate across multiple independent IT departments, without disrupting the sequencing of commissioning.

Project contribution highlights:

  • ICT Design
  •  A/V design and integration
  • Cisco StadiumVision strategy and implementation
  • SaskTel IT coordination and installation
  • Operational program assistance and a capital fresh strategy

Through clear communication, concise decision making, and a pragmatic approach to capital construction, Daemon was able to deliver the desired technical end-state for Mosaic Stadium on time, and within budget.

Home to the CFL’s Saskatchewan Rough Riders, Mosaic Stadium provided a state-of-the-art and immersive environment for over 288,000 fans during the 2018 regular season.