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Sports Video Group - March 13, 2024

SVG Sit-Down: Stats Perform’s Brian Orefice on How Player Tracking With AI, Remote-Based Technology Is Possible

By: Brandon Costa

Over the past decade, player tracking has become ubiquitous across major sports in the U.S. The hard work and technology behind those systems have ushered in a new era of not just smarter statistics for coaches and players but deep reservoirs of graphical data for live sports broadcasting.

Player (and ball) tracking typically requires a complex infrastructure at stadiums and arenas. However, Stats Perform has been finding success with its newest solution, AutoStats, in enabling remote player tracking with the assistance of AI. It essentially makes it possible to “track” a game from anywhere without any hardware in the venue.

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