At Precision Sports our goal is simple; to help athletes of all levels and all over the world reduce their chances of injuries and improve performance and success in sports. Performance and risk of injury are two sides of the same coin, and at Precision Sports we want to help you and/or your athletes find their individual line between performance and pain. We want to provide Sports Science services, technologies and analytics to the sporting world whether you are a team or an individual, elite or amateur, all based on the most relevant and valid research available.
Precision Wear is our next-generation wearable monitoring system. Using the latest in sensor and motion technology, Precision Wear can quantify every motion, action, stress and load on the body during sporting activities. This allows us to know what, how and where the body is stressed and how the body responds to that stress. Precision Wear can capture “external loads” such as acceleration, deceleration, velocity and more, assess “biomechanical fatigue” such as changes in running gait/stride, left or right side imbalances and even what muscles have been loaded. It can also measure the body’s “physiological response” to loading, from heart rate to HRV response to training, life and more, all via the mobile Precision Wear companion app or powerful Precision Wear Touch Analytics software for team sports. Click below for more info on our individual system or for our team system.
Your own predictive Sports Science A.I.
Your own predictive Sports Science A.I.
Developed at the European Space Agency, PrecisionNET is our powerful predictive-modelling cognitive A.I and virtual sports science service that is working to outthink our biggest challenge; reducing the chances of muscular injuries of athletes.
PrecisionNET is an always live and always active 24/7 machine-learning service, capable of running hundreds of thousands of experiments per minute, to deeply analyse and make sense of your data.
PrecisionNET is always learning and always developing, and with further understandings of how our body responds to loads and injuries, PrecisionNET will aim to add to the scientific community, so we can all learn and adapt together.
PrecisionNET can provide individualized recommendations and thresholds, based on personalised profiling built on variables such as body type, training and injury history, performance level and soon even genetic typing.
If you are a large club with a sports science department, PrecisionNET will add to your work force. If you are a small club or an individual, PrecisionNET can be your own personal sports science team.
Marilyn Okoro - 400m World & Olympic Medallist Athlete
"Its been fantastic having the opportunity to use such a high level technology for my training. I'm confident using the Precision Wear and having the PrecisionNET service behind me, I'll be able to get into peak conditioning and hopefully stay injury-free going into next season."
Greg De Carnys – Head of Performance at West Ham United Academy.
“Having trialled the system, it’s a fantastic system for sports clubs and athletes to help analyse training loads and allowed us to make informed decisions. It’s unique in the sense that PrecisionNET helps save time for those clubs and athletes who don’t have the resources to analyse the data themselves.”
Marques Colston - NFL Wide Receiver & Super Bowl Champion.
"Injuries have been a part of my career as a Wide Receiver in the NFL and has affected me and other football players. We all know many players, young and old, who could’ve gone further if it weren’t for injuries. I’m hugely impressed with Precision Wear and PrecisionNET and definitely looking forward to working with Precision Sports Technologies”.
Mladen Jovanovic - Chief Sports Science Officer.
“I’ve been aware of what Precision Sports have been up to for the last few years and was part of their advisory board for a while, helping to shape and mould PrecisionNET. Once given the offer to become more involved with the company, I simply had to get involved. I’m passionate about injury-prediction modelling and there are certainly a lot of challenges in trying to deal with this massive issue. But I believe we have the technology and ingredients to make a difference to the lives of athletes and sports scientist all over the world.”
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