Custom made protection in sports – Presented by Arno Hermans, 3Dmouthguard, at the Sports Innovation Conference, which will take place on February 13, 2019, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
3Dmouthguard digitalises and automates the complete process of custom made mouthguards. Additive Manufacturing is part of the chain where intraoral imaging, materials, printers and software are interacting with eachother. It speeds up the delivery process combined with a perfect fit. Continue reading “Custom made protection in sports – Presented by Arno Hermans, 3Dmouthguard”
Adding value through additive manufacturing – Presented by Tom Peeters, RS Print powered by Materialise
Success in sports depends on talent, exercise, a little luck and a lot of persistence. It’s about finding the right people and the right tools to achieve your goals. In the hands of the right experts, additive manufacturing – or 3D printing – can provide athletes with the best possible customized equipment based on objective data to improve their efficiency, stay injury free and enhance their performance. Continue reading “Adding value through additive manufacturing – Presented by Tom Peeters, RS Print powered by Materialise”
3D-printed surfboard fins – How 3D Printing can revolutionise surfing (Video)
Surfers could create their own custom fins as UOW researchers bring additive manufacturing to surfboard design
Ever dreamed of surfing some of the world’s best surf breaks all in the name of research?
That’s exactly what a team of students and academics from the University of Wollongong (UOW) did on a recent trip to the remote Mentawai Islands, located off West Sumatra in Indonesia. Continue reading “3D-printed surfboard fins – How 3D Printing can revolutionise surfing (Video)”
Fujitsu’s Judging Support System to be implemented by International Gymnastics Federation
Lausanne, Switzerland, and Tokyo, Japan, November 20, 2018 The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) and Fujitsu Limited today announced their decision to practically implement a judging support system which they have been developing, with the aim of achieving real time judging support that is fair and accurate. The judging support system will now be tested at a forthcoming World Cup event and targeted for deployment at the 2019 World Championships held by FIG, a global organization that governs gymnastics disciplines, including artistic and rhythmic gymnastics. Continue reading “Fujitsu’s Judging Support System to be implemented by International Gymnastics Federation”
ExportHub is media partner of Sports Innovation Conference
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Unlike other B2B’s, ExportHub offers guaranteed result oriented services that differentiate us from the other B2B & Internet marketing industry. Over the last decade, ways to do business has changed multi-folds. To unleash your maximum business potential, we offer high-tech B2B and full-scale digital services. Continue reading “ExportHub is media partner of Sports Innovation Conference”
Fins and surfboards: 3D printing, IoT, big data, machine learning and performance testing – Presented by Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong, at the Sports Innovation Conference, which will take place on February 13, 2019, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Surfing is an iconic sport that is extremely popular in coastal regions. Current surfboard fin manufacturers produce high end products using an expensive injection moulding process to create hydro-foil shaped fins. This process, however, does not allow for easy customisation or rapid prototyping.
I will talk about the development of surfboard fins using a performance feedback loop. This loop involves the unique combination of computational fluid dynamics, computer aided design, 3D printing, stiffness/flex testing, ocean testing (surfing the waves), embedded sensors / wearables, the Internet-of-Things, machine learning and surfers’ perceptive experiences. I will finish my talk with my progress on measuring the mechanical flex behaviour of surfboards. Continue reading “Fins and surfboards: 3D printing, IoT, big data, machine learning and performance testing – Presented by Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong”
New 3D printed running shoe concept replicates running on sand
Most of us want running shoes that help us run faster and longer. But if you’re a hardcore runner, you might be looking for a way to make it more difficult to put one foot in front of the other. Continue reading “New 3D printed shoe concept replicates running on sand”
High-tech factory of Adidas brings back production to Germany. Behind closed doors in the Bavarian town of Ansbach a new factory is taking shape. That it will use robots and novel production techniques such as additive manufacturing (known as 3D printing) is not surprising for Germany, which has maintained its manufacturing base through innovative engineering. What is unique about this factory is that it will not be making cars, aircraft or electronics but trainers and other sports shoes—an $80bn-a-year industry that has been offshored largely to China, Indonesia and Vietnam. By bringing production home, this factory is out to reinvent an industry. Continue reading “High-tech factory of Adidas brings back production to Germany”
Sport eXperience Eindhoven has been nominated ” Most promising concept of 2017 ” by Nyenrode Business School (Alumni VCV). We try to end in the top5 ranking and every supporting public vote is welcome! if you have 10 seconds time, help us, cast your vote in the facebook poll:
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Nike creates world’s first touch-sensitive LCD basketball court. As part of his visit to China this summer, global basketball superstar Kobe Bryant was in Shanghai to open the House of Mamba (named after Bryant’s nickname), the world’s first touch-sensitive LCD basketball court. The court has been built for training sessions, and it has the ability to track each player’s progress as he or she moves around the court. Continue reading “Nike creates world’s first touch-sensitive LCD basketball court (Video)”