How is technology advancing sports’ training and athletes’ performance?
We are now at the forefront of a technological revolution that is taking place in the world of sports, just as it has taken place in the entire global society some years or even decades ago. Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cloud services and generally, data analytic systems have become quite common in contemporary sports environments.
Only recently InfoSys – the Indian digital services giant – announced it has signed tennis top player Iga Swiatek and one of the best tennis champions of the world, Rafael Nadal, as their brand ambassadors. This definitely shows that the world of technology and the world of sports are not really apart and distant, just as a more romantic or traditional perspective on sports would suggest. In fact, technology and sports are getting so close together, blending and merging, that we are only beginning to get a sense of how the future can be like.
Technology transforms the fans’ experience
For everyone who loves sports -even for those who love to bet on sports on betting sites in Germany and for that reason they follow sports news closely – the advanced technological and digital systems have already changed -or better advanced – their experience while watching sports.
And this comes not only from the fact that digital technologies are transforming the way that they see and understand a game or the way that they bet on sports (through advancing strategies for instance), let’s say with better analytics and statistics right there in front of them – but also from the fact that technology is transforming the performance of the athletes themselves.
Technology transforms athletes’ performance
We are talking about making athletes far more efficient, effective, precise, tuned and strategic than ever