Month

July 2018
By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media Bringing a financial and consumer data approach to sport is Australian data and analytics company Empirics. What the company discovered was the data solutions they delivered within their current industry verticals – super, retail and finance – could solve the mass of data sources that elite sporting clubs gather. It could...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media A former professional cyclist, Box Altitude founder Rico Rogers has brought his athletic experience and studies into designing and developing altitude training products to help improve performance in elite sports, yet going beyond athletic performance Rogers believes that altitude training and sleeping can improve anyone’s quality of life. His company has...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media Emerging video analytics company Gameface.ai wants machines to understand sports. A radical notion when we’re used to the idea of players sitting in small rooms and theatres sifting and scrubbing through video content to plan match ups and tactics. Gameface.ai has set the mission of changing that. The company has developed...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media It’s a simple enough proposition, sports games have got to be easy to organise and find players for. Yet the problem is rather multifaceted when you have to communicate with friends and fellow players across different channels, find locations or venues then coordinate who is playing and who has paid. Developed...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media Whether it’s a dusty pitch that makes it difficult to defend against spin bowling or a firmer, faster pitch that begins to crack, different conditions change the way a batsman plays and approaches different bowlers. Bangalore based company QuickLogi Technologies has developed a product called StanceBeam, a small sensor device that...
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