- Connecticut Sun and Seattle Storm players will be equipped with KINEXON player tags during the inaugural Commissioner’s Cup Championship Game at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Ariz., on Thursday, Aug. 12.
- The wearable sensors will be worn in the waistband of the Nike uniform shorts and will provide data points on sprints, jumps, velocity, position, and more.
- The data will be integrated into the exclusive livestream by Amazon Prime Video.
For the first time, the WNBA will use player tracking technology during a live game. KINEXON will supply the Connecticut Sun and Seattle Storm players with its cutting-edge wearable sensors during the WNBA Commissioner’s Cup Championship Game in Phoenix, Ariz., on Thursday, Aug. 12. The inaugural game was announced in January 2020 as a part of the WNBA’s focus on innovation and fan engagement.
The data will be used to enhance the storytelling of the event through Amazon Prime Video’s exclusive livestream starting at 9 p.m. ET.
“KINEXON’s integration with the WNBA is a first-of-its-kind for the game of women’s basketball. There could not be a better event for using real-time performance insights to highlight the skillset of these amazing athletes. The league’s focus on innovation and fan engagement for the Commissioner’s Cup Championship Game aligned perfectly with our ability to provide fascinating real time insights on player performance.”
KINEXON supplies its sports technology to more than 400 teams, leagues, and events worldwide.
“The WNBA is proud to be working with KINEXON, which will provide an innovative look at our game through its state-of-the-art, next generation wearable technology at this year’s inaugural WNBA Commissioner’s Cup.”
KINEXON expands its footprint in the Swiss National League by providing tracking and analysis to HC Ambrì-Piotta
With the Swiss professional ice hockey club HC Ambrì-Piotta, another club relies on intelligent live tracking & performance analysis technology from KINEXON. The team led by head coach Luca Cereda joins SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers as one of the first in the National League to use small UWB KINEXON player sensors to analyze data on skating speed, time on ice, power, acceleration, miles traveled on ice and more in real time. It’s the same technology that is increasingly used in the US American NHL, NBA and NFL, as well as German professional leagues.
VfL Wolfsburg to become first club to equip women's and junior teams with same sports analytics setup as men's pros
Live player tracking is now also used in women’s and youth football. German Bundesliga football club VfL Wolfsburg is investing in the latest real-time tracking technology from KINEXON. Beginning in the 2021/2022 season, all teams from women’s and men’s professional to the U14 junior team are equipped with the latest GNSS-based KINEXON PERFORM live tracking and analysis solution.
KINEXON Launches the World's Most Cost-Efficient UWB Sensor For Unprecedented IoT Use Cases
KINEXON makes industrial connectivity and ultra-precise indoor-localization available for the mass market at a price point comparable to RFID and BLE solutions: With the X‑Tag, the company now offers the world’s most cost-efficient UWB-sensor for the industrial Internet of Things.
KINEXON Integrates with ServiceNow to Help Facilitate a Safe and Efficient Reopening
Leading workflow and contact tracing solutions integrate to provide a safe pathway to return to work amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
EBI partners with KINEXON for leading Distance Monitoring & Contact Tracing Solution
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Telekom and KINEXON with new technology to combat COVID-19
T‑Systems and its partner Kinexon have developed a warning technology for companies. This enables companies to detect infection chains at an early stage. The new offering is called “Enterprise Protection System (EPS)”.
DB Schenker: Modern Sensor Technology Reduces Infection-Critical Contacts
Innovative strength and responsibility go hand in hand — At its Neu-Isenburg site, DB Schenker has implemented health and safety protocols with the use of modern sensor technology to provide employees with the best possible protection in times of COVID-19.
KINEXON Wins 2021 IoT Sensor Innovation of the Year Award
Today, the 5th annual IoT Breakthrough Awards program announced that KINEXON SafeZone, the world’s most trusted solution for contact warning and contact tracing, has been selected as the winner of the 2021 “IoT Sensor Innovation of the Year” award. The awards are conducted by IoT Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global Internet-of-Things (IoT) market.
Oerlikon Expands Use of World-Leading Digital Solution for Contact Warning & Tracing
From employees, to customers, to business partners — to enable safe and reliable production operations in times of COVID-19, the Swiss company Oerlikon relies on KINEXON SafeZone, the world’s most trusted digital solution for proximity warning and contact tracing.
IoT Solutions for Next Generation Factory Automation & More Resilience: KINEXON Joins the AWS Partner Network
It’s a match: KINEXON and Amazon Web Services. KINEXON is now a part of the AWS Partner Network. KINEXON offers both factory automation and worker safety solutions on AWS. During the COVID-19 pandemic, KINEXON SafeZone has become the world’s most trusted digital solution, for contact warning and tracing.
EIB Invests €15 Million Into KINEXON to Scale Its IoT Technology
Ambroise Fayolle, EIB Vice-President: “At the EIB, we strive to support companies that shape the future. KINEXON is such a company and given how they seized the opportunity to make use of their knowledge and expertise during the COVID-crisis, I am thrilled that we can bolster their creativity and vision with EIB financing.”