Monday, August 15, 2022

Here’s how technology has evolved in football

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Football has evolved dramatically over the years, with today’s game being a far cry from that of the 1950s, 1970s, or even 1990s. Most of this is due to the substantial financial capital invested in the game at this time, with American businessmen and Arab sheikhs purchasing shares.

Pixellot invented automated sports content development technologies as a replacement for conventional video capture, processing, and delivery systems. They’ve made over a million live games with 55 countries. Around the world, broadcasters, production firms, leagues, federations, colleges, high schools, sports websites, and coaching solution providers have introduced 15,000 Pixellot devices.

Before technology enabled him to cram it all into one laptop, Leeds coach Marcelo Bielsa reportedly had rooms stacked with videotapes to enable him to watch football from all over the world. Through this, he was aware of potential talents as well as competing schemes.

Guardiola's idol, Pochettino's mentor and a Leeds legend: The incredible  career of Marcelo Bielsa
Marcelo Bielsa (via

Thanks to the increased accessibility of information brought about by the introduction of digital technology, expertise has now been modernized in many ways, raising the bar in coaching in a manner noticeable across Europe.

Pixellot solutions allow for high-quality team sports coverage without the use of camera operators or producers. The system records, create, and broadcasts live or on-demand games and highlights to any user.

This AI-assisted video production solution covers all the bases. When watching the game at the local bar or on terraces, fans will improve their awareness, giving them an advantage in fantasy football and impressing their mates. Coaches can follow a similar path as Bielsa through this. Players may research and learn from the best of the elite in ways that have never been conceivable before; when Zlatan Ibrahimovic was back in Sweden, he used to act almost like a computer hacker to get footage of Ronaldo Nazario.

Thousands of stadiums around the world are using the award-winning AI-automated technology. It streams upwards of 80,000 games every month. It has been playing an effectual role in the revolution of the beautiful game.

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