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Next Idea In Sport Competition By Ryerson DMZ And Rogers Fosters Canadian Sports Tech Innovation

National competition gives startups an opportunity to develop innovative technology solutions for the sport industry.

National competition gives startups an opportunity to develop innovative technology solutions for the sport industry.

Next Idea In Sport Competition By Ryerson DMZ And Rogers Fosters Canadian Sports Tech Innovation

Canadian sports technology competition, Next Big Idea in Sport, is a $100,000 first ever free contest opportunity for five to ten tech startup companies with impactful technologies to win four months of incubation at the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) at Ryerson University and the chance to win cash grand prizes. Rogers Communication in Canada partnered with Ryerson to foster technological innovations to further industry advancements for end users such as athletes, teams and consumers...

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Enter The ACCDN – Guest Reporter Search, Winner Covers ACC Football Championship Game

Opportunity for Students and Alumni to Cover the ACC Football Championship Game.

Opportunity for Students and Alumni to Cover the ACC Football Championship Game.

Enter The ACCDN – Guest Reporter Search, Winner Covers ACC Football Championship Game

The fan experience at the ACC Digital Network (ACCDN) just ramped up thanks to the recent launch of the “Guest Reporter Search” campaign going on right now via the Internet, where one lucky reporter will be selected to be part of the media crew at the 2014 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, December 6. Our thanks go to Natalie Jenkins, ACCDN Director Marketing, for sharing this sports technology inspired contest with the Sports Techie community blog readers and followers...

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The Tennis Show 2014 Sports Tech Products And Services

The Tennis Show 2014 - Celebrating The Business Of Sports

The Tennis Show 2014 – Celebrating The Business Of Sports

The Tennis Show 2014 Sports Tech Products And Services

Innovative sports technology will be on display at The 2014 Tennis Show in New York City, held at the Grand Hyatt in New York City and in conjunction with the Tennis Teachers, for the benefit of the Industry. This unprecedented event plans to invigorate the end user, in this case the millions of younger and older players around the United States, and the world. According to the Physical Activity Council (PAC) 2014 Participation Report, there are 17.68 million tennis players in the U.S. which is a 4 percent or a 658,000 increase from the year before so the sport is on the rise...

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World Cup Soccer Fans Enjoy Qylur’s Automated, Security-Screening Kiosk

World Cup Soccer Fans Enjoy Qylur’s Automated, Security-Screening Kiosk

FIFA World Cup Brazil Security Included The Qylatron, Automated, Self-Screening Machine By Qylur

Qylur Security Systems, is a revolutionary, automated and self-service user experience, invented by the homeland security technology company based in Silicon Valley, who today announced that it deployed the Qylatron™ Entry Experience Solution for security screening at certain 2014 FIFA World Cup™ games. The solution was deployed at Arena de Baixada stadium in Curitiba, Brazil. Lisa Dolev, CEO and founder of Qylur, spoke again to the Sports Techie community blog about their sport business opportunity within the renovated Parana-state venue, perhaps the most modern and best-appointed soccer stadiums in Brazil, with a ca...

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