Intel has announced that its 3D Athlete Tracking (3DAT) technology is being used by Exos, which
Intel 3DAT technology captures locationthe skeleton of an athlete while running, using a video camera operating at 60 frames per second. This data is then analyzed using Intel Deep Learning Boost AI capabilities that have been built into the latest generation of Intel Xeon Scalable processors running in the cloud.
The goal of the program is to make it easier to understand how different types of skeletal structures can give one athlete an edge over others.
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Using this data, coaches and athletes canoptimize training regimes. Information about speed, acceleration and biomechanics appears in reports that are sent to coaches and athletes. This data can be decisive because the difference between who wins the race is reduced to tenths of a second.
The most important thing about their approach is that the athlete does not need to attach sensors to the body. All data is captured using a portable camera that can be used indoors or outdoors.
Most professional sports teams already use analytics to evaluate players. Exos works with many college football teams preparing for transfers to big clubs.
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