FutsalRVA, the largest futsal academy in the U.S, signs up for Spiideo

The coach or analyst can pan and zoom in on the footage, pause, rewind, create clips, draw, tag, create presentations etc. Spiideo puts a lot of focus on ease of use and accessibility, since anything that you want to use in our daily process must be extremely low maintenance and remove manual work like charging batteries, dealing with memory cards … Read More

The 3 top things you need to ask yourself, before upgrading your sports video analysis system

Today video is used extensively as a tool across all sports for athlete and team performance development and used properly, it drastically increases efficiency in the coaching process and improve athlete communication. However, working with video usually also involves a lot of inefficient manual work and complicated tools. Coaches and analysts feel stress and frustration over wasting valuable time with … Read More

Spiideo AI game tracking system – automatically analyses and follows the play.

One of the most powerful features in the Spiideo system is the Virtual Panorama, that allows users to independently watch any detail of the game regardless of where it happens on the field. However sometimes, e.g. when watching long game sequences or broadcasting the whole game, it is convenient to have the system automatically track the play and essentially act … Read More

Swedish team gearing up with Spiideo for World Handball Championship 2017

With 2017 IHF World Men’s Handball Championship now well on its way, 24 national teams compete in the first round, at 8 different locations across France. In the process of preparing for championship, the head video analysts for the Swedish team Björn Sätherström (picture above), was using the Spiideo system as a part of the preparation process. Before heading off … Read More

Lugi handball coach Tomas Axnér, talks about how they use Spiideo

Tomas Axnér is a well-known name in the world of handball and has worked with video analysis for many years. This season he has access to unique video analysis material thanks to the Spiideo system installed at Lugi’s home arena. It delivers footage both from the long side (as a wide angle Virtual Panorama view), and from the roof providing … Read More

How Spiideo has changed the way of working with video analysis – Nikola Lukic, video coach at the Swedish Swimming Federation shares his experiences.

In his role working with video analysis, supporting the Swedish Swimming Federation, Nikola Lukic has spent a lot of time on the road covering championships and other events. Long days with filming, followed by editing and processing of the material into late late night was the usual work pattern. However after the introduction of Spiideo in events like e.g. Netanya … Read More

Spiideo technology, now in a snow park near you!

For all ski and snowboard fans out there – Spiideo and SkiStar just went live with a really cool service for video recording of your latest tricks in the slopes. Based on Spiideo sports tracking technology and cameras from Axis Communications, your rides in SkiStar snow parks are automatically captured by the system, and then made available as packaged video clips through MySkiStar.

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Exciting moments captured at the 2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships

Early this December Europe’s top swimming talents gathered for the 2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships. More than 600 swimmers and 200 country coaches from 47 countries, were on site in Netanya, Israel, for an exciting week of competition.

A new interesting addition in this year’s setup, provided by Spiideo together with LEN (Ligue Européenne de Natation) was the

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Live action from Julklappsjakten 2015

With over 3500 starts, “Julklappsjakten” by GKIK is Sweden’s largest youth indoor track and field competition. For the 38th year in a row (5-6 of December), young athletes from all of Sweden got together during a weekend at Friidrottens Hus, Gothenburg to compete in a range of disciplines.

It was a great success both from a sports and spectator

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