HOCKEYTECH ACQUIRES FASTHOCKEY
Technology enables precise tracking of player and puck position in real time, automating the computation of game analytics and statistics never before available in the sport of hockey
Acquisition expands HockeyTech’s world leading technology, analytics and information service offerings into video and streaming services
June 1st move to take advantage of the technology-centric environment of the Waterloo Region
HockeyTech uses new technology to track every shot, every move and will sell data for scouting.
The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA), a Canadian minor- and junior-level ice hockey governing body, is considering the adoption of an RFID-based solution called NEXT Testing, for use by all coaches and teams throughout the association. NOHA, which selects and manages teams of players from the region in multiple age levels—known as Team NOHA—employed NEXT Testing in November 2014 at its Team NOHA trials.
The QMJHL has worked in collaboration with HockeyTech, which is providing more detailed statistics and a new game portal.
How Guelph’s HockeyTech is changing the game
Stu Siegel, HockeyTech CEO speaks to The Boston Globe about data driving analytics
RinkNet is the world leader in providing hockey scouting and player information systems. Founded in 1998, RinkNet provides powerful technology solutions to increase the efficiency and productivity of hockey organizations. ... Read More ...
ISS Hockey (International Scouting Services) is the world's leading independent scouting and information provider on hockey prospects. Founded in 2002, ISS scouts evaluate, analyze and rank players worldwide. ... Read More ...
NEXT brings world class technology to the hockey world with scientifically-based on-ice and off-ice testing services. Founded in 2006, NEXT utilizes RFID systems to precisely assess, analyze and compare athletes. ... Read More ...