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Sensor-Based Hockey Analytics

NHL Level Sensor Technology for Testing, Evaluation & Training

15 min. Setup for 3,000 Data Points /sec.

Mobile Tracking System Setup

Our tracking system setup is quick and easy, and can operate without internet and using rechargeable batteries. The first time a rink is setup, it must be measured and calibrated (about a 1.5 hr. process) where our team uses small clear stickers on the outside of the glass to mark sensor placement. Each time after, the system is setup in about 15 minutes prior to an event. Tags are strapped onto individual players before they hit the ice, and the tracking system does the rest!

Tracking System Components

Our tracking system creates its own Wi-Fi network for you to connect a mobile device to it and operate (no internet required). Several small networking components are required, with redundancy built into the system in case a single component fails during use.


Advanced Sensor Technology & AI Data Processing System Built Specifically for Hockey

Over 3,000 data points per second captured in real-time using precision sensors. Sensor data is processed using advanced AI models that identify specific skills performed by players and how the player uses them in game situations. Skills are broken down into more detailed, measurable attributes and benchmarked against top performers so that users can identify exactly how they can improve their unique game.

Player Tracking Sensor

Straps to the shoulder pads to collect player skating, athletic and positional performance data in real-time.

Tracking System License

System license includes multi-team access for tracking practices or games, AI-data processing, team access to analytic reports and extended support.

Trackable Puck & Stick Tag

Currently in R&D, our patent-pending stick tag and trackable puck adds on powerful analytic capabilities to our existing player tracking system.

Skill Breakdown & Benchmarking

If You Can Measure it, You Can Improve it!

Profiles each player’s top performance vs. the benchmark (ie. lowest/highest from team, evaluation, league). Skills covered include linear/angular skating, use-of-speed, burst/sprint acceleration, tight/wide turns, agility, stops/delays and filtered player ratings for small area and full speed skills. Each Skill is further broken down into smaller details to help focus skill development areas.