Lean: Sports Technology Conference 2017.
The word “Lean” signifies the optimization of people or methods to gain such benefits as agility or precision, hinting at a streamlined state. Lean is commonly applied to mixtures of gases, funding startups, process improvement, and body mass. The word describes a desire to cut excess, cut additional steps, or cut fat. It is the perfect word to describe a value proposition for technology in sport.
Lean is set to be an annual interactive and educational conference hosted by ISTA. The event is focused on equipment, tools, and methods that create value for National Governing Bodies (NGB), directors and heads, coaches, trainers, medical staff, and athletes. Lean is the place to share outcomes, learn what works and does not, and advance your programs.
|Module 1||ISTA Lean: Sports Technology Conference 2017 (Non-CEU)|
|Unit 1||Pro Technologies And Effective Outcomes By Brian Shield|
|Unit 2||An Examination of Sensors & Wearables By Raphael Feldman|
|Unit 3||Artificial Intelligence in Sport By Norman Geddes|
|Unit 4||A Practical Implementation of Technology at University of Buffalo By Katherine Aiken|
|Unit 5||Promising Innovative Technologies By Carl Valle|
|Unit 6||SUPER POWERS TO ATHLETES By Mounir Zok|
|Unit 7||Post Tour Discussion Topic: Innovation|