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In the news: iAD developed app is to be used on the national soccer team

NRK talks with Svein Arne Pettersen about the iAD developed app, which is to be used with the Norwegian soccer team. The full story can be found at NRKs website.

In the news: iAD Tehcnology development at Alfheim and in TIL

In the news today, NRK Nordnytt writes about some of our recent technology developments with Tromsø Idrettslag. Our test with player tracking using FitBit armbands are in particularly highlighted and TILs main coach, Steinar Nilsen, expresses his happiness with our

Paper accepted at the IEEE ISSNIP’14 Conference

Our paper titled “Management of Body-Sensor Data in Sports Analytic with Operative Consent” was accepted to the 2014 IEEE Ninth International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing (ISSNIP) held i Singapore 21-24 of April 2014. The paper

Dataset paper accepted at MMSys’14

Our paper titled “A Soccer Video and Player Position Dataset” was accepted for publication in the dataset track at the MMSys’14 conference. The paper describes a set of videos and correlated and body-sensor data from several of the soccer games

iAD Paper accepted presentation at the peerSoccer/icSport 2013 conference

The paper titled “Combining Video and Player Telemetry for Evidence-Based Decisions in Soccer” has been accepted for publication at the peerSoccer special session of the 2013 International Congress on Sports Science Research and Technology Support (icSport). The paper, authored by

Video cameras might change soccer

In a recent story, the Norwegian broadcaster NRK writes how video cameras can change soccer. The story features prof. Dag Johansen talking about our Muithu and Bagadus systems used at Alfheim arena.

Bagadus and Muithu Appears at NRK

In a recent article, NRK writes about Bagadus and Muithu. The full article can be found here.

IT research leads to more jobs in Tromsø

An article recently published on the University of Tromsø home page talks about how Microsoft in collaboration with the department of computer science at the University of Tromsø, is building a new center for big data analytic. This will lead

Microsoft moves people from the USA to Tromsø

To increase and their effort in big data and analytic, Microsoft is moving people and positions from the USA to Norway, with Tromsø as a hub. More on this story can be found in Teknisk Ukeblad.

NFR publishes a new article about Muithu/Bagadus

The Research Council of Norway writes a new article about Muithu and Bagadus on their web-pages. The story can be found here.

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