In the competitive world of sport, it’s the consistency, reliability and quality of data that counts.Yet how that data is gathered, both the means and methods, is the critical question.
Regardless of the sport in question or the venue where it takes place, the players, their teams, and the tournaments and leagues in which they compete, have all benefited from performance data — data about the athlete and the other objects in play. Nevertheless, it is the quality and credibility of that data that defines its effectiveness.
Authors Rolf Olstad, Managing Director ZXY Sports, Ian Wray, ChyronHego EMEA Director of Sports, and ChyronHego Product Manager Niall Hendry have authored a new white paper that looks at understanding three distinct sports tracking technology platforms – optical, local positioning, and satellite.
To learn more, download the white paper by completing and submitting the form to the right.