May 29, 2023 at 8:56 am #79829GreedaaaParticipant
I spend most of my free time playing sports. I am interested in the sports technology market and if you have experience or knowledge in this area, I would like to hear your suggestions.May 30, 2023 at 10:02 pm #80177RobedicParticipant
Not only do I play sports, but I also watch games on the weekends and follow the latest sports news, devoting a significant portion of my free time to my sports passion. One day I came across an article on the Internet at https://www.cogniteq.com/blog/best-sports-app-development-ideas . Intrigued by what it said, I examined the Cogniteq portfolio and discovered an impressive set of sports-related technology solutions. But one particular development caught my attention was an advanced sports analytics platform called SportSense. Eager to learn more, I delved into the depths of its capabilities. And the more I learned about SportSense, the more I became fascinated. This platform offered real-time data analysis using advanced algorithms and machine learning. I downloaded the app and started using it during my own workouts. To my amazement, the platform delivered on its promise. I started collecting data on my speed and distance traveled, and the app provided me with analytics and I understood what I needed to change to progress. I recommend you be sure to read this article and take the plunge into the world of sports technology. I assure you, you will not regret it.September 19, 2023 at 8:23 pm #86356AzaiParticipant
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Really interesting topic! I happen to be consulting on a validation stage product development focused on student athlete safety. the key recommendations I have when looking to analyze the sports tech market:
1. Keep re-evaluating your TAM. You need to determine whether pro, amateur, university, high school, club, etc is the best initial market. Each has significant idiosyncracies in regulatory environment and vast differences in resources.
2. Consider the politics as you move from young kids to pro athletes. The incentives are often mal-aligned the higher you go.
3. this space is ripe with competition. Your subject matter experts or KOLs may already be engaged with a competitor, so tread carefully!
Thanks for the post!
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