The latest developments, updates and news from within Inmotio
The University of Vienna has been integrating the Inmotio LPM-system into their research and development studies for a few years now. With the introduction of
Federico Winer, an expert in innovation and technologies applied to the sports industry, has been appointed as the new CEO of Inmotio Tracking B.V., a leading sports performance analytics company. With two decades of experience in the sports and entertainment industry, Winer is on a mission to take Inmotio to a new level of technological development and expansion.
Inmotio is excited to announce a brand new partnership with European giant SL Benfica around sports data capturing. By closing in on Inmotio’s unique Hybrid tracking solution, Benfica’s performance department is the first one to work with the last addition to Inmotio’s tracking product portfolio.
Inmotio Hybrid, our newest agnostic tracking solution, is here to change the tracking data industry. This unique tracking solution combines the strengths from both wearable and optical technologies and enables contextual physical analysis as well as tactical analysis, even for academies or lower tier leagues.
Inmotio is pleased to announce an agreement with PSV Eindhoven on a 5-year extension of their maintenance contract. Inmotio and PSV have been working together intensively in the field of performance analysis over the last years through Inmotio’s LPM system.
Inmotio is pleased to announce it has extended its successful collaboration with Brøndby IF. Over the last few years, both parties have worked together intensively in the field of performance analysis through Inmotio’s Local Positioning Measurement (LPM) system.
Inmotio is pleased to announce it is now a member of NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing. The Inception program wil help Inmotio continue its development as one of the industry leaders for
tracking solutions in sports performance analysis.
Inmotio and BallJames are excited to officially announce its merger to continue advancements in sports performance analysis through tracking data.
SciSports acquires Inmotio to create sports data intelligence powerhouse and appoints Vincent van Renesse van Duivenbode as new CEO
SciSports, market leader in data-driven player recruitment, and Inmotio Object Tracking, the global thought leader in performance analysis, will join forces to enrich the football industry with advanced player and team insights.
“The more you move towards the first team, the more training components we try to scientifically substantiate directly from the match”
Feyenoord has been using the Inmotio LPM-system at the first team since 2015. In February 2020, they also temporarily installed Inmotio’s mobile LPM system to run a number of test measurements at the leading Feyenoord Academy at Varkenoord. Good reasons to catch up with with two of their specialists in the field of performance analysis.
For all Top 10 European football leagues, Inmotio examined the restrictions of training during and match congestion directly after the Covid-19 break. Based on the findings and supported by literature Inmotio provided some guidelines to mitigate the increased injury risk of players.
Research shows: Only 0.2 percent of all matches expose professional football players to close encounters
At the request of the Dutch Football Association, Inmotio examined whether it’s possible to play professional football matches within the safety boundaries of the WHO Covid-19 guidelines. With this research, Inmotio showcases its capabililties in the field of sports performance analysis.