“Digital Strategy Is Lacking In Australian Sport”

Last year around this time we hosted Alex Mednis from Sydney based reveloutioniseSPORT at our Australian Sports Technology Network Queensland event. He recently penned (see below for an excerpt) a thought-provoking article for LinkedIn as a reflection on technological change, and pace of change in Australia’s sporting bodies. See the full article at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-strategy-lacking-australian-sport-alex-mednis Thanks, Alex and look… Read More “Digital Strategy Is Lacking In Australian Sport”

Suspect Bowling Action In The News Again

This week discussions over suspect bowling action have again been in the news. The Melbourne Age reports CRICKET Australia is set to introduce a tougher regime for dealing with illegal bowling actions in domestic cricket. The move comes amid growing angst from state coaches, who perceive a problem with suspect actions that extends beyond the… Read More Suspect Bowling Action In The News Again

Our Chucking Sensor Is In The News

Last week trials of our illegal arm action sensor began at the AIS. Its work funded by the ICC and the MCC and is undertaken in partnership with praxis Sport Science, the AIS and Cricket Australia. Its been picked up by a few news sources http://www.google.com.au/search?q=cricket+bowling+action+technology “Detection of throwing in cricket using wearable sensors” has just… Read More Our Chucking Sensor Is In The News

Hockey Skills Testing With Stick Mounted Technology– U15 And U18 Girls Squads Results

Well, the results are in from Mel’s 4th yr research project…and they look good. Working with some of the states upcoming elite hockey players and some technologies developed at the Centre for Wireless Monitoring and Applications, a verifiable assessment method for player skill was verified! The work has been tracked nicely in the scientific literature,… Read More Hockey Skills Testing With Stick Mounted Technology– U15 And U18 Girls Squads Results