The 7 Most Important Tech Storylines From The 2017 NFL Season

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February 6, 2018

The 7 Most Important Tech Storylines From The 2017 NFL Season

Here are the top seven technology areas that impacted the NFL this season: 1. Football tracking In the fourth year of its five-year deal with the NFL, Zebra Technologies was able to place in tracking chips in all game balls. That enables the gathering of data including the velocity and rotation rate of the football.

How Hex Humon Wearable Helps Athletes Maximize Their Workouts

Whether you’re running a marathon, embarking on a cross-country ski run, or biking the Tour de France, you need to know how much your body can handle. Next time you take up any of those athletic challenges, just slip a sensor over your thigh and you’ll find out exactly how much intensity you can give.

9 exciting startups building wearables just for runners

When it comes to wearable tech in the running arena, GPS watches from the likes of Garmin and Polar rule the roost. However, slowly but surely, we’ve seen more smaller companies enter the field, catering for both seasoned athletes and new beginners.

A Preview Of SportTechie’s State Of The Industry 2018

On Feb. 13 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, SportTechie will host its inaugural State Of The Industry conference. Sports industry leaders from across the country will convene to examine what shaped the sports technology world in 2017 and what we can expect in 2018.

The Curiously Elastic Limits of Endurance

On a frigid Saturday night in the university town of Sherbrooke, Quebec, in February 1996, I was pondering-yet again-one of the great enigmas of endurance: John Landy. The stocky Australian is one of the most famous bridesmaids in sport, the second man in history to run a sub-four-minute mile.

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