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July 20, 2017
Bangladesh Cricket have invested in PV/ONE to assist in profiling and tracking the progress of players involved in their national setup. They are also using it as a tool to identify talent, and also to analyse and track the remedial work of any suspect bowling actions. The video analysis capture and having 3 video feeds...
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The ICC Cricket Academy has turned the indoor facility into smart lanes with the installation of PitchVision sensors under the floor. The prestigious facility set in the heart of Dubai’s Sports City now has dedicated lanes that deliver instant key delivery criteria such as flight, pace, line, length and even batsman’s footwork. This feedback is...
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  The Isle of Man National team currently compete in ICC Europe Division 2 and have a thriving academy and emerging players programme. PV/ONE has been added to their coaching setup in order to profile players from grass roots level right through to the senior elite level in preparation for their ICC tournaments. They have...
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Cricket in Malawi has gone from tatters to technology in just a few years. It’s an incredible recovery story. PitchVision first heard the tale when we approached Vivek Ganesan – President of the Malawi Cricket Union (MCU) – about our ball tracking and video analysis technology. That all sounds rather grand: Presidents, technology, international cricket!...
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Cricket Namibia have become the latest national side to add PitchVision to their coaching setup. The senior side are currently ranked 19th in the World Cricket League and are making huge strides to becoming one of the next associate sides to mix it with the big boys. PV/ONE will be used as part of their...
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