Editor's note: The above video is from the 49ers' ribbon-cutting ceremony, when they opened Levi's Stadium on July 17, 2014
Jed York spoke at a technology summit hosted at Levi's Stadium on Thursday, and was candid about the team's first season playing games in its new $1.3 billion Santa Clara home.
“I’d give us a ‘B’ on our execution [at Levi's Stadium] this year,” York said, according to mobilesportsreport.com.
York cited parking issues and flow of foot traffic as the two biggest areas that need improvement.
York addressed a number of other topics:
-The stadium Wi-Fi and cellular networks have performed well.
-There has been an underwhelming response to the in-game app and its instant replay features, which received around 7,800 hits in the home opener and less than 4,000 in last week's loss to the Seahawks.
-“We thought that mobile replays would be absolutely a home run feature, but it hasn’t got that much traction,” said York. “We do have great video boards,” York said.
-The 49ers might debut a new feature in which fans can order team merchandise delivered directly to their seats.
"When we get to an 'A,' or 'A+,' people will really be blown away," York said.