sensors in sports


Sensors in Sports

Sensors are smaller, more accurate, and providing more data as time goes on. Designed to measure properties, such as pressure, temperature, humidity, acceleration, sensors can provide the right information to make more informed decisions. Learn how sensors are shaping the games we watch and play.

Faster. Smarter. Healthier.

Sensors have the potential to improve athletic performance, balance the competitive landscape, create fair judgement, and increase fan interaction. Learn how sensors are changing sports today, their potential impact in the future, and the data that can help the athlete in all of us live healthier lives.

Miniaturization and Multi-Function

Sensors continue to get smaller with the adoption of technologies such as MEMS (Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems). Additionally, sensors are combining various measurement properties such as relative humidity and temperature into a single device. This allows for an overall smaller footprint within a device, increased quality by having less components, and lighter weight packages.

  1. Sensors in Basketball Video (English)

Learn how sensors can be used to enable better training, fair play, and improved in-game experiences in the sport of basketball.

  • Sensors in Baseball Video

  • Sensors in Football Video (English)

  • Sensors in Soccer Video (English)


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