So sports never had motion sensors and positioning before. This is really going to be the very first time where we have an understanding of what happens during a race between the start and finish. We will be able to track the athletes during their entire performance, we’ll know their position, we’ll know their speed, their acceleration, deceleration, and that’s just the beginning of the journey. We’ll be able to, with the motion sensor, develop data even further. For example, the number of steps between hurdles. There’s so much we can still do, and we’re just at the very beginning. It’s exciting that we can really now tell with these sensors where athletes would have gained or lost time, and in the end where they won their gold medal or lost the bronze.
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