SAN FRANCISCO – As part of its ongoing partnership with Tempus Ex Machina, the Pac-12 Conference will offer an unprecedented level of additional real-time video and structured data access as part of its scouting program. injury, starting with the 2022 Pac-12 Football Championship Game , presented by 76®. Pac-12 team physicians and athletic trainers and injury analysts will have access to a player-specific game angle through the Game Operations Dashboard®, a video and data synchronization tool developed by the Tempus Ex Machina. Today’s announcement continues the strong focus and support for the Pac-12 Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative (SAHWBI), which was created in 2013.
The Pac-12 has implemented an injury tracker system for all Pac-12 football games since 2015 to aid the efforts of the medical staff and coaches to assess player health. Through the Game Operations Dashboard®, scouts and medical providers will have access to additional and unprecedented video technology to view, in real time, every angle of each play from the game played in the Pac-12 position. The Game Operations Dashboard® is built on Tempus Ex’s Fusion FeedTM API, which allows applications to access data and video from Pac-12 Conference home games. Team doctors and athletic trainers will have access to more angles in every game faster than ever before.
“The health and well-being of our student-athletes is our top priority, and we are proud to be the first conference or league to offer this type of additional support to our medical team,” he said. Merton Hanksexecutive associate commissioner of Pac-12 football operations.
Hey Gerhart, co-founder and COO, Tempus Ex Machina, added: “When we first developed the Fusion FeedTM technology, we knew there were many different ways it could be used to impact the sports environment, with athlete support will always be a priority. Our entire team is eager to put this technology into place for access and use by Pac-12 teams and medical staff and we are excited to have the Operations Dashboard® game at the Pac-12 Football Championship .
Launched in 2013, the Pac-12 SAHWBI funded the creation of a conference-wide sports injury database, implemented the Pac-12’s injury reporting system and launched the Pac-12 Brain Trauma Task Force and Concussion Coordinating Unit. These efforts allow Pac-12 doctors and trainers to analyze the prevalence of sports injuries and conduct research on aspects of injury management such as prevention, treatment and evaluation of concussions. More information about the program and the Pac-12 SAHWBI is available at Pac-12.com/health.
About the Pac-12
The Pac-12 Conference is dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders by championing academic excellence, athletics and the well-being of student-athletes. Built on a solid foundation of academic excellence and superior athletic excellence, the Pac-12 continues to renew its undisputed claim as the “Conference of Champions,” leading the nation in 544 NCAA titles overall, more than 200 more than the nearest conference. The Pac-12 also owns and operates Pac-12 Networks, the conference’s sports media company that produces and distributes 850 live sporting events each season, making it the one of the largest live sports producers in the country. Pac-12 Networks also offers extensive digital content through Pac-12.com, the Pac-12 Now app, the official website of Pac-12 athletics and Pac-12 Insider. The Pac-12 Conference includes 12 universities in the United States, the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California Los Angeles, the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Oregon, the Oregon State University. , Stanford University, University of Southern California, University of Utah, University of Washington, and Washington State University. More information about the Pac-12 is available at Pac-12.com.
About Tempos Ex
Tempus Ex Machina is a cutting-edge technology company transforming the sports and entertainment industry. Combining sports, video and data with innovation and access, Tempus Ex technology enables the creation of new experiences related to live events. Working with AI, machine learning, and data science technologies, Tempus Ex has partnered with the National Football League and the world’s leading sports leagues and conferences, broadcasters, gaming companies and athletes around the world to deliver a breakthrough solution that will change forever. the experience of using sports. Most recently, Tempus Ex partnered with the Pac-12 college conference on a first-of-its-kind data technology partnership. The first commercial deal launched with Tempus Ex’s technology allows Pac-12 student-athletes to monetize automatically generated highlights on Twitter. Tempus Ex Machina closed its Series B funding round in 2021, led by Silver Lake and Endeavor, both leading global technology and entertainment-driven investments. Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst, and Silver Lake all led previous funding rounds.