TOPICS AT A GLANCE

  • Sports Biometrics: The Perspective of an Elite Athlete
  • The Rise of the Quantified Athlete – The Future of Biometrics
  • Sports Nutrition: Emerging Internal Load Biometrics & Personalized Fueling Tactics
  • Post-Game and Training Performance: Regeneration and Recovery
  • The Impact on Trainers, Strength and Conditioning Coaches, and Performance Directors
  • Using Technology to Measure Sweat Content and Help Athletes Stay Hydrated
  • Sports Performance, New Generation Biometric and Metabolic Sensors, and Player Health
  • How Technological Advances Could Create Better Tests for Brain Injury and Change Sports Culture
  • Getting Better: Marginal Gains & Elite Performance
  • How to Improve Monitoring Compliance with Athletes
  • Using 3D Motion-Capture to Enhance Performance and Prevent Injuries
  • Interactive Sports Analytics Using Artificial Intelligence
  • Every Decision Starts with Data: How Data is Being Used by The Most Tech-Savvy Teams
  • Using Data to Prevent Injuries and Develop Training Programs
  • Case Studies: Sports Biometrics in Practice
  • How to Enhance Sports Performance with Cognitive Training

  • A NEW REVOLUTION IN SPORTS SCIENCE

    We are excited to return to San Francisco on November 28-30, 2017 for our next conference! Biometrics are revolutionizing sports. Advances in sports science, data science, and wearable technology have created new opportunities to improve competitive performance and gain an edge on the competition. The Sports Biometrics Conference is the only conference specifically focused on the analysis of biometrics data - the measurement and statistical analysis of an athlete's physical and behavioral characteristics - to improve athletic performance.

    It’s not {just} about technology.…. It’s about having evidence that something works. It’s about setting the players up for success. That includes the fuel they’re putting into their body, it includes their thoughts and their mindset, it includes their physical preparation and recovery. It’s about how those things come together and make them better able to perform on the field to help the team to win. That’s ultimately what we’re trying to do at the top level.

    - Angus Mumford, Director of High Performance, Toronto Blue Jays

    The conference will represent a chance for attendees to learn more about biometrics trends, tools, products, models, best practices and strategies, and an important opportunity to meet with their peers one on one, in person.

    Discover how sports biometrics are enabling athletes to avoid injuries, rapidly enhance their skills, train their minds, reach their peak performance, sustain it, and gain the mental edge to beat the competition. Sports executives and coaches will also learn new techniques to improve in-game strategies, assess talent, build teams, and win more games.

    We'll help you separate myth from reality as we provide unbiased assessments of leading edge technologies.

    Wearable sports technology has expanded from simple biometric monitoring to the inclusion of perceptual and psychological aspects of professional team sports for enhancing performance.

    This year, it is estimated that a total of 9,500 professional athletes on 500 teams in 35 sports and 35 countries are using wearable athletic devices. We are truly at the beginning of a revolution.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Sports Executives
    • Coaches
    • Trainers
    • Sports Scientists
    • Sports Analysts
    • Exercise Physiologists

    Wearable athletic devices are being seamlessly incorporated into the fabric of sports apparel, built into sports equipment like balls and bats, and worn by athletes as small devices attached to the body in a waistband or skin patch. Given the advantages gained by teams and athletes using this technology, it will undoubtedly become a standard for all teams in the future.

    CONFERENCE NEWS

    Marques Colston, President/CEO, Dynasty Digital, Former Wide Receiver, New Orleans Saints to Keynote

    marques_colstonMarques Colston played wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints for 10 years. He is the Saints' all-time franchise leader in receiving yards, yards from scrimmage, receiving touchdowns, total touchdowns, and total receptions. He helped the Saints achieve victory in Super Bowl XLIV with seven receptions for 83 yards against the Indianapolis Colts. Marques retired after the 2015 season and now is President/CEO at Dynasty Sports Group, a consulting company focused at the intersection of sports and technology. Read more...

    Joe Rogowski, Director of Sports Medicine and Research, National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) to Keynote

    rogowski-joeJoe Rogowski is entering his third year consulting for the NBPA. Prior to his role with the players association, he worked ten years in the NBA as a director of performance and as a certified athletic trainer. During that period, he worked with the Orlando Magic and the Houston Rockets and served as president of the strength coaches association. Currently, Rogowski advises the union and its members on research driven medical and performance outcomes and as well as preserving the health and safety of the athletes. In addition, he has been appointed to the NBA wearables committee. A first of its kind for professional sports. Read more...

    Dr. Michael Joyner, Mayo Clinic, Developer, Original “2-hour” Marathon Concept to Keynote

    michael_joyner Michael J. Joyner, M.D., is the Caywood Professor of Anesthesiology at the Mayo Clinic where he was named Distinguished Investigator in 2010. His research focuses on exercise physiology, human performance, blood pressure regulation, metabolism, and transfusion practices. He has been interviewed numerous times in popular print and electronic media and written on exercise and health for the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Outside and Runner’s World. Dr. Joyner’s interest in athletics includes developing the original “2-hour” marathon concept in the early 1990s. Read more...

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    LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS

    "It is a golden opportunity for sports executives and coaches to learn new ways to assess talent, build effective teams, train athletes efficiently, and win more athletic competitions." - Jack Phillips, CEO, International Institute for Analytics

    Discover the latest developments in sports biometrics from speakers and attendees who have worked with over 95 elite sports teams, including:

    Arizona State University ● Atlanta Falcons ● Boston Celtics ● Boston Red Sox ● Boston University ● Brooklyn Nets ● Calgary Flames ● Canadian Soccer Team ● Colorado Rockies ● Dallas Mavericks ● Florida State University ● Golden State Warriors ● Manchester United ● New England Patriots ● Real Madrid ● Seattle Mariners ● Seattle Seahawks ● Seattle Sounders ● Spanish World Cup Soccer Team ● University of Michigan ● US Soccer Team ● Vancouver Canucks

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