by Matthias Neuner

August 24, 2016

Wearable Sensors to improve your Tennis skills

Nowadays, tennis players have a lot of different opportunities to analyze and improve their game. The problem for most consumers is finding the perfect tracking device for them. Some devices are better in providing detailed data and analysis of your performance during games, while others inform you of simple statistics like how fine your strokes […]

by My Nguyen

August 22, 2016

The Smart Hats

While most activity trackers come in the form of wristbands or smartwatches, there are also activity tracker devices that sit on your head like a normal hat. They are smart caps which are developed to overcome the limitations of monitoring technologies. Smartcap Each SmartCap is a piece of headwear that is fitted with a sophisticated […]

by Zuriñe Dopacio González

August 11, 2016

Trouble in Paradise

It is not all peaches and cream in the wearable tech world. Back in May, we made a short recap of companies that are no longer with us due to lack of funds, poor management skills or products simply not ready for the millennials. Recently we heard another two different stories from companies whose “game […]

by Matthias Neuner

August 10, 2016

Wearable Sports Data: The future of TV coverage?

The NFL, the national football league of America is probably the best example to show the possible influence of sports data monitored by wearable devices and used for TV coverage. Last year the NFL announced to equip all 1696 players of the 32 Teams with a set of RFID chips. These special chips are capable […]

by Matthias Neuner

August 8, 2016

In 2016, Tom Tom transforms into a sports brand

Tom Tom, is a global leader of navigation, traffic and map products. However, recent news has leaked that they are now transforming into a sports brand. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is integral to proper sports tracking. Today they have ten wearable sports products designed for running, fitness and golf. There is big potential in […]