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Performance sports conference 2020


In this track you’ll hear from key innovators in the sports and fitness industry, and experts in the latest sports tech. Hear how wearable technology and IOT is optimising performance, and how the world’s top professional teams harness wearables, effectively using the data collected.


This is a paid track and is available to holders of the following pass types – One and Two Day Conference Pass, Expo Gold Pass.

Academic and charitable discounts are available – please email [email protected] for further information

Welcome address
Pushing performance to the limit
From training to measuring performance, what is the ultimate goal in sports performance? How can we go further than ever before? With the demand to go further and better than ever before this panel will look at how technology within the sports sector dictate how performance is developing faster than ever before.
3 Ways Computer Vision is Pushing Performance to the Next Level
See how computer vision applied to video is helping teams in ice hockey, tennis and squash boost performance.
11.15am Networking break
The importance of data within sports
The importance of data for analysis is becoming more clear and understandable than ever before. This panel will review how products and athletes use this information and how it is creating the 'must have' for sports analysis in any current sport
Do customised performance programmes work?
Innovative wearables are helping athletes at all levels improve and break records. Learn how Gait Up precision motion analysis is making a difference.
1.00pm Lunch
4.15pm Closing Remarks

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