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IoT Solution Development Services for Sports

The main objectives of using the Internet of things (IoT) technology in sports include measuring a player's performance (often referred to as the concept of the “Quantified Self”) increasing the safety and security of the athletes, and engaging fans. Smart stadiums designed with the help of IoT can increase venue efficiency and improve the game experience for fans. Sensors embedded into sportswear, soccer balls, and helmets help to measure a player's vital signs and on-field performance. Cameras deployed around a basketball arena track and analyze players’ movements. Head-mounted cameras on players capture unique game views. The possibilities of IoT for the sports industry are limitless! With our skills and knowledge, we can help you implement these possibilities.

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How we can help

At Integra Sources, we develop IoT solutions that perform analytics on millions of data points in real time. We can help you implement connected devices for player performance tracking and injury prevention, as well as build a wireless sensor network for optimized stadium operations and increased security. From player performance measurement to player safety to smart stadiums – we can partner to implement IoT technologies for the most important uses in the sports industry.

01Player performance measurement

Measure distance run, heart rate, speed, acceleration, stress levels, and so on.

To help players analyze their performances in real time we can create different types of devices. They include wearables, sports equipment like basketballs with multiple integrated sensors, and sportswear with inserted processors, GPS, cardio meters, accelerometers, and gyroscopes.

02Smart stadium

Improve game-day experience

With the help of cameras, wireless access points and internet, we can design a stadium that can engage fans from all corners of the venue. IoT increases venue efficiency with traffic management, optimized energy usage, stadium security, parking solutions, loyalty programs and more.

03Player safety

Monitor player performance and improve safety.

IoT devices for player safety provide important health data on player wellbeing. They help to prevent injuries by determining "danger zones," quantifying the level of physical exertion a player has been through during training or a match and gaining insights on when to rest a player or cut practice.

04Connected devices for athletes

Monitor limitless kinds of data

We can help you develop personal devices for athletes that allow for real-time data collection. At one of our projects, we built a variometer for paraglider pilots that records speed, altitude, and climb rate, and sends these data over Bluetooth to the smartphone.

IoT solution development: from start to finish

We offer custom IoT application development services for companies looking to implement fully-featured Internet of things platforms.

Hardware design and prototyping

We help you choose technology that fits your needs. But if your solution requires custom hardware development, we will provide design, prototyping, assembly, and testing services.

Embedded software development

We deliver feature-rich software for IoT and connected devices. Our systems are optimized for safety and reliability and meet power consumption requirements.

Data storage selection

A centralized data storage is needed to accumulate, systematize and further analyze the collected data. We normally work with Amazon Web Services and Azure IoT Suite solutions.

Backend development

We develop high performance, scalable backend for our IoT platforms. It provides sorting and analyzing of the data collected from sensors and smart IoT devices.

Frontend development

As a full-service hardware and software development company, we create user-friendly frontend application interfaces for web and mobile devices.

Read our case study

Consumer electronics Embedded hardware development Wearable Sports equipment Firmware development

Variometer for Paraglider Pilots

The device indicates the climb/sink rate during paraglider pilots' flights. We provided PCB design for the variometer and ported firmware from Arduino to a new circuit board based on STM32F4 microcontroller.