Panasonic Used Facial Analysis To Broadcast Real-Time Heart Rate Estimates At Its Golf Event

 

 

SPORTS BIOMETRICS NEWS

May 11, 2017

Panasonic Used Facial Analysis To Broadcast Real-Time Heart Rate Estimates At Its Golf Event

Panasonic used the par-3 16th hole at its Asian Tour event in Noda, Japan last month to debut and demonstrate its sports analysis technology that provides a broadcast solution for delivering real-time heart rate data without a wearable device or physical contact.

How Gatorade is using technology to measure sweat content and help athletes stay hydrated

You probably know Gatorade as a sports drink maker. But the 51-year-old company also has a robust research and innovation arm that is developing some high-tech data-driven methods for helping athletes maintain peak performance.

Interview on Formula 1 Sports Conditioning with Pete McKnight – SimpliFaster

In this week’s Freelap Friday Five, Pete McKnight, the Director of Coaching and Sports Science at Hintsa Performance, talks about the physiological and psychological demands on Formula 1 race car drivers, as well as their sports conditioning needs. He also touches on monitoring, recovery techniques for jet lag, and the current technological innovations most interesting to him.

How Important is VO2 Max? What Does Yours Acually Mean?

Written by John Davis It’s hard to get too far into reading about training without encountering the phrase “vo2 max” or hearing about “VO2 max testing.” But what is VO2 max and how does it relate to runners?

The Sports Tech Startup Directory

Sports technology is an industry that is continually growing. More and more startups are popping up, making it difficult to follow all the companies in the space. As a result, I have created this list of sports tech startups to act as a directory.

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