Sports Tech Feed

Sports Tech Feed

By Sports Tech World Series
The Global Sports Technology Podcast delivering you in-depth interviews with the greatest minds in sports tech.

Hosted by Thomas Alomes. New episodes released every Monday. Show notes available at: sportstechfeed.com

Presented by Sports Tech World Series and Vumero.
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The future of tech in sports betting with Nicole Metzgar-Schall, Nathan Rothschild and Wayne Kimmel
The sports betting industry is estimated to grow to $500+ billion within the US market alone. This week we explore how technology is being applied to accelerate the growth of sports betting with Nathan Rothschild (GTG Network), Niki Metzgar-Schall (Sportradar) and Wayne Kimmel (SeventySix Capital). You'll learn what tech underpins in sports betting ecosystem including data collection, data analytics, media and broadcasting; how tech is being applied to ensure integrity; and where venture capital investments are being made in the highest growth areas of the sports betting industry. This panel discussion was recorded live in October 2019 at the USA Sports Tech Conference as part of the Sports Tech World Series. Shownotes and more episodes: https://sportstechfeed.com/
42:07
January 20, 2020
Automating video production and distribution for live sports with Umberto Righetti, Atrium Sports
Umberto is Chief Strategy Officer at Atrium Sports, a company he co-founded with the aim of providing sports with a one-stop shop for technology solutions that create new content, engage fans and open further commercial opportunities to grow the sport. Umberto's journey in sports tech is a classic 20-year overnight success story. It began with a voluntary role at his son's local football team and led to work with FIFA and the basketball equivalent, FIBA. On today's episode, we discuss the "Connected Stadium" and how technology automation is enabling sports of all levels to better capture, produce, enhance and distribute their in-game video and data. Shownotes and more episodes: https://sportstechfeed.com/
40:22
January 13, 2020
Uncovering hidden football talent through social scouting app with Peter Holm, Tonsser
Peter is the Co-Founder of Tonsser, a Danish football performance app for unsigned youth players looking to be discovered by professional teams. In just three years, Tonsser’s app has acquired over 1M+ football playing-users and is the largest youth football database in Europe. It's been described as the LinkedIn of football and utilises individually sourced and community validated data to uncover the next generation of footballers. Shownotes and more episodes: https://sportstechfeed.com/
45:32
January 6, 2020
Disrupting sports media to create unprecedented athlete accessibility with Caley Wilson, Blinder
As the communications manager of New Zealand Rugby League, Caley was frustrated with what he saw as huge limitations around how teams and leagues could make their athletes accessible and get their stories told. So he founded the sports tech startup Blinder to unlock the storytelling potential of high-performance teams whilst respecting the privacy of the athlete. Shownotes and more episodes: https://sportstechfeed.com/
51:11
December 30, 2019
The impact of real-time basketball data for coaches, players and fans with Davyeon Ross, ShotTracker
How real-time basketball data analytics is a game changer for coaches, players and fans with Davyeon Ross, Co-Founder and President of ShotTracker. Shownotes: https://sportstechfeed.com/
35:30
December 23, 2019
How blood biomarker data is combating athlete fatigue and injury with Dr. Georgie Bruinvels, Orecco
Georgie is a Research Scientist at Orreco working with a range of Olympic and professional sporting teams including the Dallas Mavericks and the US Women's National Team, recent FIFA World Cup Champions. She also leads the science behind the Female Athlete Programme and FitrWomam and FitrCoach Apps. Shownotes: https://sportstechfeed.com
41:52
December 16, 2019
How golf is embracing digital transformation with Michael Cole, PGA European Tour and Ryder Cup
Michael is the Chief Technology Officer for the PGA European Tour and Ryder Cup. His responsibilities include technology, digital, data and data management across the Tour’s 47 golfing tournaments held annually in 30 countries. Show notes: https://sportstechfeed.com
38:13
December 9, 2019
How neuroscience is training brains of elite athletes with Tom Nugent, Platypus Neuro
Tom leads the Elite Performance Solutions division for Platypus Neuro, which provides state-of-the art neurocognitive assessment and training programs to professional sports teams and military operator communities. Show notes: https://sportstechfeed.com
49:27
December 4, 2019
Welcome to Sports Tech Feed!
Each week your host, Thomas Alomes, will guide you through the latest trends across the intersection of sports and technology via in-depth interviews with some of the brightest minds in sports tech from around the World. Our aim in starting Sports Tech Feed is to give you access to these industry learnings so you can apply them in your own professional development. Upcoming guests include: Tom Nugent (VP, Elite Performance | Platypus Institute) Dr Helen Sun (CTO | Stats Perform) Michael Cole (CTO | European Tour & Ryder Cup) Dr Georgie Bruinvels (Research Scientist | Orreco) New episodes are released first thing every Monday morning, ready for your weekly commute, and you can check out notes and previous episodes at www.sportstechfeed.com
01:43
December 2, 2019