How smartphones may help reduce sports injuries
Accelerometer “an inexpensive and efficient” measurement device, researchers say.
Sports tech company Catapult to raise $25m
Growth opportunities in player monitoring and analytics.
The tech bringing cricketers’ key stats to TV
Catapult's wearables, analytics and communications systems providing performance data.
Catapult wants to track your local soccer team
ASX-listed company expands its target market.
How wearables helped Solar Challenge team keep its cool
Fujitsu’s Ubiquitousware kept track of drivers’ wellbeing.
Aussie startup develops wearable for concussion testing
HeadsafeIP planning to start clinical trials next year.
How Centratech's Field Mouse simplifies asset control
Low-cost hardware meets AWS-enabled cloud capability.
Using mobile tech to recover from knee surgery
CSIRO, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices to commence trial.
How wearables are helping Aussie swim teams
Data-driven insights for our Olympic and Paralympic swimmers.
Fitbit sales soften, 110 jobs to be cut
Workforce streamlining to follow recent acquisitions.
How Elanation built a child-friendly wearable
Australian start-up combines technology, physical activity and online gaming.
How extreme sailing uses analytics to stay on course
Providing insights for audiences, racing teams and event organisers alike.
Cricket Aus turns to Microsoft for player analytics
Using machine learning and predictive analytics to optimise performance.
How IoT was used in the Sydney Marathon
Keeping track of runners using Tour de France technology.
How PGA Tour is creating a richer spectator experience
Combining location tracking, cloud and data analytics.
How IoT tech is used in the NFL
Location awareness and data analytics just as useful in the sporting arena as in a warehouse.
How IoT can prolong athletes' careers
Predictive analytics is being used gain insights into their future performance.
Bringing IoT to gym workouts
Sports science technologies now within reach of normal people.
Red Bull Racing and AT&T share the need for speed
Fast data delivery leads to fast lap times.
IBM Watson crunching numbers for Honda F1
Real-time data analysis.
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