Sporting Applications

Here are some examples of the sports we have successfully applied technology too. in all cases a partnership with sports professionals was essential to tuning the teechnology

Swimming

cricket bowlingUsing a small wearable device a swimmer can now train in their own pool and on their own but gather performance data as though they were supported by coach and timekeeper in an instrumented pool with video analysis.more info...

Running

cricket bowling Stride and gait characteristics including lower limb movement, ground contact events, pronation or supernation and hip movement can all be monitored using wearable technology. Calibrated in laboratories using video based markers these technologies have the potential to provide race day information to athletes.more info...

Snow Board Technology

cricket bowlingNothing is cooler than having the latest in technology if you are into recreation snowboarding. This research shows how new technology can provide virtual scores for half pipe athletes and be an aid for judges. See the results of the world's first electronically judged snowboard competition. more info...

Sword

cricket bowlingThirty years is a long time, but that's how long it takes to master the art of the Japanese sword. Hang on a second we put man on the moon 40 years ago surely we can do better. Using an instrumented sword we find key differences between the sword master and the grasshopper, using principles of biofeedback we develop an intuitive training device for aspiring swordsman with encouraging results. more info...

Boxing, Martial Arts and Combative Sports

cricket bowlingIn the combat sports it all happens so quickly, best practice for scoring often involves a number of judges and set areas that can count as scoring areas. Enter the electronic age where we can monitor striking, defending and scores quicker than the eye can see. Impact force can also be monitored. Put this all together to have a real time judging system and analysis of weak points in defence or attacks. Combine this with safety equipment and its a winner all round. more info...

Cricket, Bat and Ball

cricket bowlingMonitoring players on the field gives us information but what about monitoring the bat or raquet they are using, put a little something in the ball too as an aid to athelet performance and game statistics. Have a look at what we are doing in cricket and tennis. more info...

Tennis

tennis technologyA major challenge faced by tennis coaches and sports scientists is to be able to accurately measure what athletes are doing in the training and competition environment. We examin tennis first service with a range of sensors more info...


Walking

cricket bowlingShanks pony, not just a recreational pass time but an Olympic sport and something we all need to do to get around. So whether we are looking for illegal walking action, gait analysis, post operative recovery compliance, planning healthy cities or helping those at fall risk, this new technology has a lot to offer everyone. more info...


Soccer, football

soccer technologySoccer is one of the most popular team sports played in the world. The throw-in is a method to restart play after the ball has left the playing area and occurs many times in a game. more info...


Team Sports

cricket bowlingHow is the team performing? What are their preparations for match day? When an extra goal per match can make a difference to a team's season. Performance monitoring technologies can make a difference. Tailor training session for each athlete, monitor for stress and injury indicators.

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