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Australian startup markets a football boot specifically designed for women’s feet
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A winter sports helmet can automatically detect when a user falls, sending distress signals, and allows for simple long-distance group communication.
An Italian football club is using an AI-enabled chatbot to help answer customer queries and questions from fans.
A new platform combines wearable data with video analysis, enabling coaches to easily tag player sequences and share clips of their progress.
A German football club has launched a new website that is optimised specifically for poor internet connections.
An AR app allows users to view videos that leap off the page of a print newspaper.
A startup has created a new app that uses augmented reality to create and distribute avatars to enhance the football fan engagement.
A startup has successfully funded a new technology that provides peer-to-peer, real-time, location tracking without needing phones or internet connection.
A new wearable smart coach platform for amateur soccer players uses a GPS device and app to monitor athletic performance.
Australian company is developing a suite of AR features to change the way fans engage with sport, from gamifying the in-stadium experience to AR stats in the living room and even city wide.
Flexible tires made from a thermoplastic elastomer can be 3D printed and customized for varying cycling needs.
An app gives tailored nutrition and exercise recommendations base on the users metabolism to help increase performance.
A new style of dive fin uses ski-binding technology and allows users to customise their dive experience
Cyclists can use this new bike to receive more detailed and personalized results regarding their fitness and cycling technique.
A new camera design allows sports teams to easily create their own videos, without the need for an operator
This new wearable monitors the amount of oxygen in a user’s muscle helping make workouts as productive as possible.
Designed for use by players of all skill levels, a new device monitors 20 metrics including strokes, footwork and fitness and provides personalized coaching tips.
A new technology powered by deep learning offers coaches actionable insights by tracking every aspect of soccer and cricket games from videos.
Consumers can stream music, make calls, receive fitness coaching and tracking using voice controlled AI headphones.