HockeyData Tracking System Brings Analytics To Stakeholders



June 13, 2017

HockeyData Tracking System Brings Analytics To Stakeholders

In the growing world of sports analytics, big data and player statistical analysis is beginning to be embraced in the NHL after its success in Major League Baseball and the NBA. HockeyData Inc. is an independent data tracking and consulting company that provides player tracking and team tracking analysis, depending on the interests of the client.

Big Data in Sports: Going for the Gold – insideBIGDATA

In the 2015 movie ” Concussion ” starring Will Smith, the protagonist, a forensic pathologist, investigates multiple cases of severe mental disorders among former football players to arrive at the conclusion that they were all caused by the athletes’ sport careers in the first turn, but also – and to a very considerable extent – by inefficient safety measures taken by the NFL to protect players from systematic head injuries and blatant neglect of their deteriorating health conditions.

This High-Tech Tool is Helping Athletes Get More Explosive

Training is typically about how much weight you can lift. Problem is, strength doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be a good athlete. No doubt it’s important, but other qualities have a huge impact on your performance in your sport. Most notably-speed. But how often has someone come up to you and asked, “How fast can you bench?”

Perch Uses 3D Cameras Attached To Weight Racks To Help Athletes Train Smarter

New technology from startup ventures is transforming the global sports industry. This contact us if you know of a startup that should be considered for inclusion in this series. Startup Series has introduced over 300 startup companies in the sports technology space to a broader audience by allowing Founders of promising new ventures to tell their story and pitch their idea.

Meet The World’s Smartest Golf Caddie, Powered By Artificial Intelligence

NEW YORK – Sal Syed admits it’s almost too good to be true. The first time he utilized the Arccos Caddie, golf’s first artificial intelligence-powered platform, he notched a hole-in-one. “My first experience was nothing short of remarkable,” says Syed, who is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Arccos, a golf tracking, sensor and data company.

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