Smart ball maker Jetson Industries puts minute sensors into the core of a cricket ball or golf ball which captures data on speed, direction and spin
Responding to the growing needs of sporting organisations, JARO were quick to adapt and their platform now encompasses high performance, marketing, player welfare and coaching tools.
The Socceroos, Wallabies, and the men’s cricket team may be floundering, but Australian innovation in the sportstech arena is strong and a relaunch of a sports-focused incubator this week will look to grow it further. Developed by the NSW Institute of Sport and Sydney Olympic Park Authority, the Sydney Sports Incubator is looking for startups working […]
BioConnected targets runners with their wireless headphones called HR+, which have a built in heart rate monitor and in-ear training coach.
Queensland startup ANTI has created a helmet that looks like a soft beanie, but has all the strength of a helmet and more.
ARIVAL is a fan-focused mobile platform using AR to visualise player team data and statistics while gamification aspects are added to drive engagement.
SponServe believes the process of managing of sponsor relationships still leaves a lot to be desired, and has designed software to make it easier.
Looking to build the link between sport and entrepreneurship and encourage opportunities for greater collaboration and research across various areas, RMIT University has partnered with the AFL’s Essendon Football Club.
Focusing on short form video content from athletes, and helping athletes monetise it with partner brands, is Australian startup 20Four.
Media group Southern Cross Austereo, whose properties include the Hit and Triple M radio networks and the Southern Cross television stations across regional Australia, has invested $5 million in telco startup OVO Mobile.
Catapult Sports has announced the acquisition of SportsMed Elite and Baseline, two digital sportstech products from SMG Technologies, for $3.9 million.
Port Adelaide is working with the state government to host an Investment Attraction Forum, selecting five businesses to pitch to 25 Chinese investors.
LeverEdge Sports is looking to help NRL teams make sense of the mountains of performance data they collect and use it to make decisions around players.
To help the average joe get their thoughts heard is Auckland’s Spalk, allowing aspiring sports commentators to broadcast their insights play by play.
Launched in 2003 with a print diary detailing all the important sporting fixtures of the year, Sportsyear has now developed an online platform to help fans better plan their watching.