Senior Bowl UWB Stats Directed to Players, Scouts, Social Media

By Claire Swedberg

Zebra's new contract for RFID-based player-tracking technology at the NFL Reese's Senior Bowl in Hancock Whitney Stadium means performance statistics will continue to be collected and shared with players, teams and scouts, with a further focus on contests and social media.

With a new website and contract for its  Reese's Senior Bowl player-tracking system using ultra-wideband (UWB) RFID real-time location system (RTLS),  Zebra Technologies will provide performance data to fans, teams and broadcasters based on the single week of practice that takes place in Mobile, Ala. The data is being provided to players upon request, and team scouts and coaching personnel can use the information leading up to the NFL Combine and N...

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