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SMART STUMPS - BROADCAST
The Batsense, developed by the company, in collaboration with Intel Corporation, was tried at the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 with more than 20 players across 7 teams, allowing the 25-gram chip to be mounted on top of their cricket bat. The result was a data set which indicated the bat speed, follow-through angle and back-lift angle among others. The same data was broadcast globally on television livefeed.
The company is building a data-driven ecosystem that will create a connected community of smart players, bringing fans closer to the game, and redefining the way sport is played, watched, followed and analysed. The Company’s Ambition is to soon get into multisport to leverage data & gamification
Many sports, including cricket, are played with sports equipment or implements, such as a bat, that is swung to hit a ball or other sports implement. There are also many different types or forms of swings that a batter may use to hit a ball or other sports implement with a bat.