The first results in the Johan Cruijff ArenA are promising: the soles offer useful extra information, on top of the data that were already collected via the more than forty sensors in the stadium. The next steps will be to try and convince other football stadiums, and national and international football organizations like KNVB and UEFA.
But even beyond that, the ultimate goal of HI Sports is to help Holland Innovative with its efforts in other industries as well. Most of all: precision agriculture. Data is an all-important component in this. But for now, Van Cranenbroek will be finetuning the tests in the Johan Cruijff ArenA. “For now, much of what we do is based on assumptions. The more we test, the more we know about things like accuracy, repeatability, and reproducibility.
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