Zone7’s AI Platform Seeks to Predict Injuries Before They Occur

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September 27, 2018

Zone7’s AI Platform Seeks to Predict Injuries Before They Occur

Getafe CF has one of the lowest operating budgets in Spain’s top soccer circuit, La Liga. That puts a premium on the club keeping its starting players healthy. Depth is hard to afford. The team used to endure about three notable injuries per month, but something curious happened last year: that rate fell to one per month.

The Brain Mechanics of Hitting the Inner Bullseye

“Skate to where the puck is going, not where it has been. A good hockey player plays where the puck is; a great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.”

How Virtual Reality and Sideline Brain Scans Could Help Diagnose Concussions

In the 2017 season, NFL players suffered 291 concussions -the most since the league started sharing data in 2012. To curb the high rate of concussions, football rule makers at the professional and college levels have tried everything from penalizing players for hitting with their helmets to adding impartial sideline doctors who can pull players out of the game after a blow to the head.

Northampton Saints team up with STATSports to monitor player performance

Northampton Saints will now join the STATSports elite group of world-wide clients for at least the next four seasons. With this cutting-edge technology, the physical toll placed on players throughout practice or games is made much clearer, and Saints’ head of strength and conditioning Tom Bullough is delighted to take the Club’s performance monitoring to the next level.

Technogym Launches Stationary Bike With Gears for Cyclists

Fitness equipment maker Technogym has launched a stationary bike with gears that will more closely mirror the experience cyclists face while riding outside on actual hills. The Skillbike, which retails for $4,790, is the “first stationary bike with real gears,” according to Technogym.

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