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Future of Sport Stadiums, IoT & Fan Experience Guide

The future of sports stadiums, the fan experience and athletic wearables are all hot sports tech topics. The Ohio University Athletic Administration program just published this Smart Stadium data visualization and shared it with the Sports Techie community blog for our readers and followers to use as a resource.

Pro Sports IoT in Smart Arenas

The sports enthusiast, sports techies and those looking to share innovative news about the future of sports, infrastructure and the fan experience are the target audience. Smart arenas and the Internet of Things (IoT) is a combination causing rapid changes in the industries of sports management, coaching and athletic training...

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The Collision of Sports and Retail

The sports industry in North America is projected to be near $74 billion this year. The very best athletes like Lebron James, Serena Williams, Messi, and all the way back to Michael Jordan have changed the way marketers and advertisers reach target audiences. Many of these superstar athletes have earned billion dollar endorsements deals when looked at over the course of a career because of brands like Nike, Gatorade, Puma and so many more.

Because of this, the New Jersey Institute of Technology just released this detailed data visualization for members in the sports business and marketing community. I am passing the terrific information along to the Sports Techie community blog followers and readers because sports tech like the Fitbit is playing a bigger roll each year.

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Panasonic USA, Sharing The Passion For Sports Tech With The Olympics, Paralympics And USOC

Panasonic USA, Sharing The Passion For Sports Tech With The Olympics And USOC

U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs enhances the Olympic fan experience with Panasonic immersive technology.

PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics begins February 9 and Panasonic is ‘Sharing The Passion’ and the spirit of sport athletes with people around the world while connecting people who are passionate about sports and the Olympic Games through advanced technology. The values Panasonic Corporation shares with the Olympic and Paralympic Games as the Official Worldwide Partner of the Games is showcased at the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) visitor training center in Colorado Springs here in the United States, as well as in South Korea, and also in Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Games...

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Sports Tech Increasing MLB Viewership Numbers During World Series

From streaming games online to becoming the top U.S. sports app, baseball is now easier than ever for fans to watch and interact with. In fact, MLB.com was the second-most viewed sports website in 2015.

The World Series between the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers began yesterday giving Major League Baseball center stage for this epic sporting event while the sports stands at a growth crossroads. Once the most popular American pastime, baseball has begun to dwindle. Less and less people are watching baseball on TV and fans are getting increasingly older. In fact, only 14% of Americans consider baseball as their favorite sport...

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National Girls & Women in Sports Day And The Rise Of Women In The NFL

NGWSD And The NFL Intro

National Girls & Women in Sports Day is February 1 and has never been more significant to Americans coming on the coattails of the Women’s March on January 21 held in many cities across the nation and world. NGWSD 2017 is the chosen day meant to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of women and girls in sports. The 31st anniversary of the annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day, marks a national observance for females in sport. Our family was blessed to have a Mom and now Grandma that played international basketball at the highest levels for her country of Ecuador...

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Ohio University Online Master in Coaching Education infographic: The Evolving Modern Professional Athlete.

New Motion-Tracking Tech Allows NBA Fans to See Players Like Never Before.

New Motion-Tracking Tech Allows NBA Fans to See Players Like Never Before.

With the Rio 2016 Olympics at a close and the Paralympics underway, there were many exciting stories to come out of this year’s events including those with a sports technology focus, yet none received as much media attention as 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte and his three USA Swimming teammates involvement in the gas station fiasco down in Brazil which came to light after a video was revealed catching them all in a cover up lie. Hope Solo was suspended by US Soccer from the women’s national team after critical remarks she made after a semifinals soccer loss to team Sweden in Rio...

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Social Media And Sports Journalism UF Online Infographic Visual Resource

The impact by social media on sports journalism can be better understood by looking over the Infographic visual resource provided by the University of Florida to share with the Sports Techie community blog. Sports journalist are having to morph with social media to match the fast changing history of the industry and to keep up with top brands and individuals that are pushing the space to new heights such as ESPN. Fan engagement, sport business and cutting-edge technology resulted in fundamental changes to the way content is now delivered and personalized creating a powerful mechanism named social media used for delivering news, entertainment and gossip to society as happened during the recent NBA and NFL drafts last w...

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Kyrie Irving and the Importance of Player Safety (Visual Resource)

Kyrie Irving and the Importance of Player Safety (Visual Resource) - Sports Techie blog.

Kyrie Irving and the Importance of Player Safety (Visual Resource) – Sports Techie blog.

Kyrie Irving and the Importance of Player Safety (Visual Resource)

As many fans, athletes and exercisers may have observed, an unusual amount of NBA All-Stars suffered season-ending injuries this season, with Kyrie Irving being the latest after sustaining a broken kneecap in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. So too did several local Atlanta Hawks during 2014/15. It is for this reason that the Sports Techie community blog is bringing to your attention an infographic created by Ohio University’s Masters in Athletic Administration program, which highlights the current climate of sports injuries (particularly those occurring in youth sports) as well as ways to minimize the risk of injury and long-term damage...

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Diva Cricket sports tech helps sport image remake

Diva Cricket sports technology ready for fans and sport benefit worldwide

Diva Cricket sports technology ready for fans and sport benefit worldwide

Diva Cricket sports technology ready for fans and sport benefit worldwide. As the sports of cricket looks to rebound from the IPL spot-fixing scandal, this new sports tech product created by deltatre was timed to coincide with two of the largest events in the cricket universe, the ICC Champions Trophy and the Ashes Series. This Sports Techie blog shares how deltatre is redefining the way fans watch cricket with their launch of Diva Cricket, the latest installment of its revolutionary video player designed specifically for this TV and Internet friendly sport.

Diva Cricket

Diva Cricket operates as an enhanced DVR-type player and includes a robust level of statistics and editorial content tailored to all levels of crick...

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French Open Tweet and Shoot sports technology centric social media campaign

The “Tweet and Shoot” on-court robot, connected to the internet and Twitter via 3G, selected users’ Tweets at random and fired tennis balls at Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, with each shot mapped precisely to the positioning of each user’s choosing

The “Tweet and Shoot” on-court robot, connected to the internet and Twitter via 3G, selected users’ Tweets at random and fired tennis balls at Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, with each shot mapped precisely to the positioning of each user’s choosing

Yesterday, an innovative marketing campaign created by social media agency We Are Social Paris for global banking and financial services firm BNP Paribas, celebrating the client’s 40th anniversary of partnership with the French Open, was a success and made sports tech history. The “Tweet and Shoot” event allowed tennis fans to train the world’s #8 ranked (France’s #1) player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga using via a Twitter-controlled robot that launched tennis balls at him live on the court.

The “Tweet and Shoot” event live on a big screen at the We Are Social Paris office

The “Tweet and Shoot” event live on a big screen at the ...

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