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IoT and the World Cycling Track Championships
This year sees the UCI World Track Championships held in Hong Kong from April 12th-16th. Last year, IBM collaborated with Team USA to give the Women’s Team Pursuit a competitive edge by using real-time data to improve their technique on the track. ...
USA Cycling: getting one step closer to perfection
Like everything else these days, the sports industry is also being driven by just-in-time data and analytics. Cloud and IoT economics is transforming sports coaching with web apps that include up-to-the-minute performance data of each athlete’s ...
IoT technology in the velodrome: Team USA cycling
Collecting data is not a new phenomenon in the sports world. What has changed is how that data is collected and analyzed. As technology has advanced and evolved, the process of collecting data from elite athletes has been streamlined – going from ...
Health Check: innovation at the intersection of fitness apps & wearables
Speed, power, and strength – these – are just a few of the characteristics that come to mind ...
Chain reaction: USA cycling and IBM Watson IoT
Photos by John Huet. In February USA Cycling Coach Neal Henderson first announced how Team USA would use the IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) platform to help his riders. One of the first of its kind, this gold standard of sporting ...
Cheat sheet: What is Digital Twin?
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Why edge computing is essential to your connected...
How the convergence of OT and IT is driving...