Transmit/Receive (TXRX) - Atlanta 2019
SPONSORED BY: PlatypusNeuro, Global Sports Concepts, Dartfish SUPPORT FROM: ASTN, STA Group MEDIA PARTNER: Around The Rings www.TXRXATL.com WHY: The intersection of sports business and sports technology creates a challenging ethical interpretation for those involved with the well-being of athletes. All roads in sport lead to either fan or athlete data. This event is where decision makers find and discuss innovative ideas that support the well being of athletes. How can athlete data be used for entertainment purposes? When do athletes realize an injury is too much? When does instinct or skill beat data? and so much more... WHAT: We will examine the dichotomy between business demands and athlete welfare celebrating methods or technologies that solve critical problems in sport. Each day is divided into two sessions focused on the business of sports technology and the results supporting an athlete-centered perspective. NETWORK WITH DELEGATES: NCAA's Sports Science Institute, NFL's Atlanta Falcon's, Australian Sports Technologies Network, Georgia Institute for Technology - Athletics, United States Olympic Committee, MLS's Professional Soccer Athletic Trainers Society, Dallas FC, and many others. *Speaker & sponsor opportunities are available. TENTATIVE AGENDA - TBA DAY1 - Monday, Sept 9th a.Morning Session - Topics Cover Business Of Sports Technology b.Afternoon Session - Topics Cover Results From Sports Technology DAY2 - Tuesday, Sept 10th c. Morning Session - Topics Cover Business Of Sports Technology d. Afternoon Session - Topics Cover Results From Sports Technology *Delegates will represent the full spectrum of technology in sport. Our event will be intimate and space capacity is limited. As always, the design of our events are to increase collaboration regarding the challenges in applying design innovations, connected equipment, sensors or electronics, and software in sport. Whether your goal is athlete performance or fan engagement - strong relationships happen here. TX/RX is short hand code used in technical communications, it stands for Transmit (TX)/ Receive (RX). TX/RX is a perfect way to describe communicating, sharing, and collaborating about innovation.