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Inside the pod is an accelerometer, magnetometer and a 10Hz GPS chip. It has a 500mAh battery, which is claimed to support seven hours of use and there is 8GB of on-board storage that's said to hold up to 1,250 hours of football data.
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Within every Sunday league team there are different sorts of players. There's the one who is hungover, the one forced to go in goal and the one who drives the car. It's also likely there's a player who believes they're as good as the professionals. It's an interesting move but not an altogether surprising one by Catapult Sports to change to a subscription service for its amateur athlete offering. We've seen other wearable companies follow suit like Whoop, while Google-owned Fitbit offers additional features via its Premium subscription.
Michael writes for GQ, Wired, Coach Mag, Metro, MSN, BBC Focus, Stuff, TechRadar and has made several appearances on the BBC Travel Show to talk all things tech. The big change here from previous systems by Catapult is that the One is available through a subscription service. You'll need to pay a month with a first month starter kit including the pod, vest and app access on top costing . You can also sign up to an annual subscription, which costs . There's also team subscription offers as well if you want to sure everyone can compare their stats.
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The vest holds a small GPS pod which sits between the player’s shoulder blades. The players also wear a heart rate strap that goes across their chest. These two bits of technology measure data to the accuracy of 10 points per second providing information on distance traveled and heart rate.
We also use the technology to help determine if players are at risk of injury. Changes in an individual player’s daily and weekly data might suggest that a player may be compensating for an injury. We use the information from this technology to try to prevent soft-tissue injuries, highlight If a player is overtraining, and ensure that players are training within the correct training zones. This helps players stay out on the pitch longer and ensures they are available for games, which in turn contributes to their overall development within our Academy. Wearable technology is ubiquitous at the amateur level in many sports," Benoit Simeray the CEO of consumer at Catapult tells WIRED. "But football has lagged behind. Aside from gut feel and, of course, the score line, players have been left in the dark as to their individual performance." Delivery and estimated dispatch times always relate to business days (Mon-Fri excluding Public Holidays)
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From those metrics, competitive footballers can understand how they physically compare to a Premier League player’s performance over 90 minutes," Simeray explains. Players must wear the GPS vests during every training session and in games. It is important that we collect information on all sessions and games that the players are involved in; failure to do so for one session can affect the overall data picture for the player.