Football governing bodies are coming to the realisation that the market for attention is more competitive than ever, and the landscape will continue to change. But one thing is certain: fans desire to witness the best players performing at their peak regularly.
The move to more added time throws a metaphorical wrench into the wheels for players, coaches, and performance staff. As the baseline of what players need to physically do in games rises, existing workload models are destabilised and the calibration of workload parameters need to be revisited.
We are excited to announce an update to the Zone7 application and platform that includes the launch of an insights feed, enhanced risk triage, and retrospective audit capabilities
Zone7 CEO Tal Brown explains the process of establishing Zone7 within American Football as having four key phases; establishing a baseline, exploring the next frontier of AI in football, identifying key catalysts for success, and receiving expert guidance to fine-tune the approach.
From demanding a validation study to throwing a curve ball, Zone7 CEO Tal Brown offers five best practices that teams, leagues, and other organizations can run to filter out ineffective providers and their solutions.
An overview of the fantastic strides that Zone7 has made over the last 12 months from adding new clients in Football (soccer) and Football (gridiron) to the launch of the micro-cycle simulator.
It is a new era of ‘predictive guidance’. Early adopters can now justify their coaching and training decisions with greater certainty and free up more time to focus on crucial processes that require human attention, all while improving cost efficiency across the organization.