Unlocking a competitive edge
When the passion of sports and the power of technology come together, it allows athletes to reach new heights—and it brings fans closer to the game they love.
What will change the game is how we embrace technology that makes us even more efficient. It’s about being smarter in the way we work.Pierre d'Imbleval, Chief Information Officer, Renault F1 Team
Technology is changing the game
Renault F1® Team captures 50 billion data points per car per race, using visualization and simulations to optimize car performance.Renault F1 Team
Burton Snowboards is harnessing inclusive design and creativity to explore adaptive technology for all riders.Burton Snowboards
Spektacom is designing technology that enhances the fan experience and empowers athletes to play better and smarter.Spektacom
Hendrick Motorsports is tapping new technologies to spur real-time collaboration and ensure success on the track.Hendrick Motorsports
Surfing's next wave
The Gabriel Medina Institute is inspiring the next generation of surfers through their passion for sports, community, and cutting-edge technology.
Helping athletes reach new heights
Players at Reign FC are living out a dream that once seemed impossible and forging a new path in soccer.Reign FC
The NFL has ushered in a new era of technology that elevates the game by helping teams strategize on the sidelines.NFL
The Gabriel Medina Institute is empowering the next generation of surfers on and off the wavesGabriel Medina Institute
Real Madrid uses technology to transform operations, performance, fitness, and its relationship with 500 million fans.Real Madrid FC
Where tech meets track
The new Renault R.S.19 is the result of real-time team collaborations across multiple sites 24-7. The team captures 50 billion data points per car per race, using visualization and simulations to optimize car performance.
Bringing fans closer to the action
Cloud9 is developing a set of game insight tools to mine valuable data—and revolutionize the world of competitive gaming.Cloud9
SARU uses technology to bring fans closer to the game they loveSouth African Rugby Union
WNBA champions Seattle Storm led clinics teaching kids about the math and science behind their favorite sport—basketball.Seattle Storm
The Miami Heat are using powerful technology and data insights to create game-day experiences that are cost-efficient, innovative, and above all, tailored to fans.Miami Heat
“I’ve heard thousands of no’s, and I don’t let them get me down.”
In developing her career as a pro racer and monster truck driver, Collete Davis has faced a lot of rejection along the way.