SportsInnovation 2018 has closed its doors. See what the event had to offer on Day 2.
Pioneering sports tech event has invitees raving about insights gained. This one-of-a-kind gathering of global experts made its mark and is set to make its mark as the go-to event in international sports and technology.
Representatives from the European Leagues, NFL and DFL gathered at the discussion panel of SportsInnovation Night on Day 1 and talked about what lies ahead of sports leagues.
SportsInnovation 2018 has successfully started. Day 1 in pictures.
On Day 1 of SportsInnovation 2018, 449 handselected guests explored pioneering broadcasting approaches, virtual reality “realness,” and vivid match analysis & data solutions like you’ve never seen before.
For the first time ever worldwide during a football match, a so-called „Remote-Assistant“ replacing both linesmen was tested, helping the referee with offside, throw-in or corner decisions.
How to improve broadcasts, fan experience, or event planning: These SportsInnovation 2018 vendors’ solutions rock!
From state-of-the-art stadium technology to local amateur sports live broadcasts, SportsInnovation 2018 presents the most exciting companies in the sports tech field from around the world. Check out some exhibitor’s innovative ideas today.
The immersive international platform for technological progress in professional football is attracting high-profile vendors and leading experts in global sports and technology. Sneak a peek at what’s in the cards, on and off the pitch.
Merging tradition and progress: Borussia Dortmund and fans around the globe connect with the official BVB Mobile App
Keeping both the home base and a fast-growing global fan base in mind, the black-and-yellow Bundesliga club has created a mobile app that masterfully amalgamates a down-to-earth approach with rapid international expansion.
SportsInnovation Update: Three Innovation Games, strong partners, technological firsts make event a “can’t miss”
With technology specifically designed for SportsInnovation, guests will get a glimpse of what football production will look like in the future and how DFL will continue to drive progress as a hallmark for professional football in Germany.