EXCLUSIVE: LEARN HOW YOU CAN JOIN OUR EFFORTS TO REDUCE SPORTS INJURY RISK!
SYSTEMATICALLY DELIVERING HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE
Whether you are an athletic trainers, player, coach, or the common fan; the demand for sports data has never been greater. Luckily, in today's market, there is no shortage of content-rich sports information, both on-field and off. While there is more information than ever before; how do we make this data actionable for important goals like sports injury reduction?
Welcome to Edge Up Sports™. We look to leverage technology to give everyone around the field a more well-rounded perspective of the sports world around them. Through key partnerships and Videometrics capabilities; we are able to deliver unique insights and trends in addition to player performance metrics. The future of sports analytics is now - and we're excited to build it with you.
WHAT WE'RE WORKING ON
Ability to provide resource-restricted players and teams with more in-depth video capturing and replay capabilities
Strategically placed recording devices capture data from every angle of the field
Sensor Tracking allows for a tool that enables athletic trainers with technology to help them reduce the occurence of injury.
SPORTS TECH INTELLIGENCE
Giving sports fans a more wholistic view of the news cycle surrounding players and teams through mass content analysis
Leverage technology to digest tens of thousands of online resources simultaneously
Provide readers with insights that track positive/negative trends, reporter bias, gameday breakdowns and more
A leader in the world of sports medicine, KU Hospital is helping us to bridge the gap of clinical miscues in sports health by improving the ability to gather more comprehensive data.
Simply put, IBM Watson™ is leading the charge of cognitive era computing - allowing us to build the world of more thorough and efficient sports news analysis.
A fellow Kansas City company, Infegy™ allows us to augment our linguistic sentiment capabilities and provide users with a single, all-data encompassing headline.