High-tech factory of Adidas brings back production to Germany

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…. [read more]

Sport eXperience Eindhoven is nominated “Most promising concept of 2017” by Nyenrode Business School

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: http://bit.ly/SX-Nyenrode You don’t need to provide… [read more]

Nike creates world’s first touch-sensitive LCD basketball court (Video)

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… [read more]

“Transforming Grassroots Sport with Technology”– Presented by Freddy Culazzo, MyLocalPitch

“Transforming Grassroots Sport with Technology”– Presented by Freddy Culazzo, MyLocalPitch at The Sports Innovation Conference, took place on March 08, 2016, at Thomas More in Turnhout, Belgium. In the same way technology has revolutionized the hotel, taxi and many other industries, it is beginning to help improve access to grassroots sports. This presentation will focus… [read more]

“Sport as Business: Implications of Recent and Future Innovations for Management” – Presented by Wim Naude, Maastricht School of Management

“Sport as Business: Implications of Recent and Future Innovations for Management” – Presented by Prof. Dr. Wim Naudé, Maastricht School of Management, at Sports Innovation Conference, Nov 24, 2016, at Escuela Universitaria Real Madrid in Madrid, Spain. Sport is a large and growing business, and increasingly subject to the impacts of technological innovations, in particularly… [read more]

“Smart garments: From technology to application” – Presented by Helen Kardan, Holst Centre

“Smart garments: From technology to application” – Presented by Helen Kardan, Holst Centre/ TNO, at Sports Innovation Conference, November 24, at Escuela Universitaria Real Madrid in Madrid, Spain. Today’s world is full of intelligent electronic devices built on conventional printed circuit boards. Making these systems flexible, stretchable or formable opens up the possibility of embedding… [read more]