Key elements of Basket-Ball
A player jumps more than 100 times per game. This represents significant joint stress and risk of injury, identifying and accounting for these jumps has become essential.
Change of direction
Players average about 6ft6 thus making it more difficult on hard surface to alternate change of directions and acceleration. Being able to Quantify this type of effort allows the identification of muscular exhaustion and can prevent injuries.
Two tools allow identification of different impact received by the athletes. With the GPS inertial unit, we can isolate the main impact. By connecting our sensor we can calculate the force and the number of head impacts which causes many concussions.
Basketball has always been a sport of statistics, mostly technical or tactical. Thanks to our indoor system we can now report injury prevention information during matches and training sessions. Jumps, accelerations, changes in direction, heart rate. All these parameters are now analyzed in real time. With the warning sensors, athletic trainers can protect players at key moments of the game or the season.
The NBA system
Live indoor sensor
The only system available in the world without using satellite. 4 inches accuracy for real time feedback.
The precision of our accelerometer with a specially developed algorithm for basketball our software is able to identify, height, speed and power of each jump.
Change of direction
By coupling the 100HTZ accelerometer with the 3-axis gyroscope we can identify all direction changes. From 5 to 90 ° regardless of the speed of the player.
Indoor tracking is finally here!
Thanks to the Mac-Lloyd indoor tracker, basketball and ice hockey finally have access to the GPS technology. By positioning 6 to 12 tags around the arena, the indoor system, based on the Ultra Wide Band (UWB) technology, makes it possible to restore datas with an accuracy of 4 inches./span>