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Kentucky Derby And Churchill Downs Use Lua Mobile Enterprise Communications

Renowned racetrack and host of the Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs, has tapped mobile enterprise communication company Lua to power the 141st annual Kentucky Derby.

Renowned racetrack and host of the Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs, has tapped mobile enterprise communication company Lua to power the 141st annual Kentucky Derby.

Kentucky Derby And Churchill Downs Use Lua Mobile Enterprise Communications

Churchill Downs and Lua partnered for the 141st annual Kentucky Derby to implement mobile enterprise communications software to handle staff-related internal communications throughout the prestigious horse racetrack. Come Friday, May 1, and Saturday, May 2, the sport event operations team has to use reliable and secure technology to communicate before, during and after, the greatest two minutes in sports...

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High Tech Tennis For The Sports Techie Community Blog

Sports Techie was asked by iQ by Intel to take a look at the way tech is changing how tennis is played via connected racquets, smart courts and technology being used at this year’s 2014 grand slams, however, since I am no longer a contributor and was sent this story I researched back, I will publish it on my own for our community readers and followers benefit. It was my pleasure to investigate and learn how technologies by Babolat, smartcourts by PlaySight, and the grand slams such as Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, are together pushing tennis forward creating a worldwide renaissance for the sport America used to dominate but not anymore.

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Reviewing Security And Sports Tech At FIFA World Cup Brazil For Intel By Sports Techie

Soccer Drones, image via Weekly Wonk.

Soccer Drones, image via Weekly Wonk.

Reviewing Security And Sports Tech At FIFA World Cup Brazil For Intel By Sports Techie

A new Sports Techie contribution for iQ by Intel was just published about the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil security and technology.

Read about it here: July 19, 2014 – Recapping the Tech at Soccer’s Super Stage (Click here): http://mvb.me/s/8d0923  By Robert Roble, iQ Contributor & Editor at #SportsTechie

I submitted nine pages of content to Intel and wanted to share some of the following sports technology and security material I researched, exclusively for the Sports Techie community blog readers.

The fan experience and security has never been better than it was for the nearly 3 million people that attended the 2014 World Cup.

The fan experience and security has never been better than it was for the nearly 3 million people that attended the 2014 World Cup.

Brazil 2014 Sports Tech And Security...

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