How technology shapes the future of rugby

Possibly the most demanding sport of all contact sports. It was an unhealthy and difficult fight to win that required a combination of tact and dexterity. Fortunately, technology is there to help with the challenges.

With the world-famous tournament featuring six of the best rugby nations in the Northern Hemisphere, the rugby sport has never been so high-tech. With fifteen players per team, micro management is crucial to
personal performance monitoring.

A coach needs to evaluate every contribution player for the match in both training and match. Player kits have GPS tracking enables the next phase of this sport rating.

Given the difficult nature of this sport, rugby is very heavy and difficult
towels, and solving risks. The physical stress of head-pounding
On the opposing team may be underestimated. The GPS tracking system increases the speed of each obstacle and its impact on the individual.

In this quantitative body, the coaches were able to identify and reduce the dampers trauma. Ultimately, GPS technology will bring vast amounts of previously unavailable data into the hands of coaches. That’s giving them the edge in both game preparation and game management.

Wind trackers attached to golf poles linked to GPS meters allow teams to measure wind speed and direction. Knowing the factors that can change the course of a kick gives teams the chance to adjust their efforts accordingly.

Sometimes just a slight change in the direction of a last-minute free-kick can be the difference between victory and defeat. It’s not just player fatigue that technology is calculating.

With an outdoor sport, the more conditions in which the game is played also like the players on the field. Strong winds, icy temperatures, and the sun couldn’t give up. Either way can decide how a game plays out.