The GAA Congress in 2013 introduced three key changes to the sport which have had a lasting effect for players, fans and sponsors. It was this weekend seven years ago and it is today’s look back through our archives. Continue reading
“We looked at a number of options but Ireland was a clear winner with its talented workforce that understand what we are about and how we can continually develop our offering.” Continue reading
Over the past 15 years or so there has been an explosion of data analytics in sport, as individuals, teams, organisations and even video games’ developers seek to capitalise on what has come to be known as the “Moneyball effect”. … Continue reading
The Aviva Stadium has become the first 5G-enabled sports facility in Ireland as Vodafone Ireland continues to expand its next generation network. Continue reading
Huawei will work with the GAA to help develop Croke Park into one of the most technologically advanced ‘Smart Stadiums’ in Europe. Continue reading
In our new series putting the spotlight on the work of our Sport for Business members, we entered the world of fan engagement and technology with Huggiuty CEO Mike Sikorski, in between chasing storms for fun… Continue reading
Rob Kearney is to become an investor, board member and brand ambassador in a technology start-up based in London bringing people closer to fitness via a web app. Continue reading
Today in the second of a four-part series on Data in Irish Sport we look at why SAS and the Sport Ireland Institute came together in the first place. Continue reading
Cycling Ireland and Wahoo Fitness have agreed a partnership that will see Wahoo named as the National Governing Bodies official technical partner for smart trainers and bike computers though the 2020 season.
Player representation has always been a people business but an Irish company reaching out to the world has ambitions to bring at least a significant part of it into the technology era.