Veer Sagar, founder of Criconet, says the integration of technology has helped improve the performance levels in games. "The use of technology through slow motion replays, database storage and retrieval, as well as comparison with others have helped players vastly improve their game by recording time, speed, direction, swing, turn and bounce. This has helped players control their grip, release and speed. Every part of a player's body can be assessed and monitored during play for deriving maximum impact.
As the pandemic hit, Criconet started to develop a technology for a remote coaching module. "We realised that to benefit the children and encourage them to keep up with training through the lockdown period, we needed to re-think and re-design our module. Taking advantage of the exposure to technology that allows remote processing, Criconet has designed a platform for e-coaching. The technology allows anyone across the country to access good coaches registered on our platform from their mobile and take personal one-on-one classes. The student and coach can share actual videos of games to pinpoint faults."
Arun Pandey, chairman of Rhiti Group that manages MS Dhoni and other cricketers such as Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kedar Jadhav, says the Indian sports fraternity currently stands at the cusp of a technological revolution. "While sports tech is still nascent in India, it has shown encouraging trends that has helped boost investor confidence. For India to become a sporting powerhouse, it is essential to leverage technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and
The hybrid model will address the breaks caused by pandemics, natural causes or man-made disruptions, offering an effective and flexible alternative to students.
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