US startup accelerator Techstars is coming to Melbourne with a focus on sport thanks to LaunchVic, Tennis Australia and Victoria University. The Techstars SportsTech Melbourne Accelerator will be based at Tennis Australia’s Melbourne Park HQ at its media centre. The mentorship-driven accelerator will run for 13 weeks programs, taking in 10 startups annually. Founded in… Read more »
Datamate helps organisations create scalable video clips and motion graphics for easy distribution across social media platforms.
Launched as a crowd sourced commentary platform, Spalk’s pivot to more professional commentators and professional voice talent has allowed them to monetise a much-improved product.
The SportsHosts platform connects travellers, both local and international, with local fans to watch sports together, powering authentic experiences.
URef checks the barometer of fan sentiment by asking users whether they agree with key decisions of a match, and allowing them to rate a ref’s performance.
Working with the likes of the NBL and AFL clubs Collingwood and Western Bulldogs, Sydney-based Benchvote builds digital fan activations.
Perth’s Formalytics is one of the breakthrough stories in the Australian tech industry in 2018, its app myKicks climbing the rankings during the World Cup.
Uptek has set itself the task of demonstrating the muscular benefits of blood flow restriction training, a novel method of exercise used by NASA.
Aiming to connect fans to their heroes in sports or entertainment for experiences that money can buy is Sydney-based startup Fan+
Sitting at the corners of fan engagement, content and gamification, QuizJam gives clubs and organisations another channel to integrate a sponsor’s message into game-based campaigns.
Sydney-based Briometrix is developing technologies that addresses a total population of one per cent of people who use a wheelchair.
Gameface.ai is AI that can watch match vision in real time to help coaches understand in-game situations, and plan & adjust tactics accordingly.
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… Read more »