This year, Tech Week is celebrating the big changes that technology has brought to the management of various diseases, such as diabetes.
From the 23rd to the 27th of April we will be making available a 30 minute documentary that captures the health system’s fight to treat the rising number of diabetic patients, and warns against this troubling epidemic facing our population. It follows the personal stories of young people who are living with diabetes and their daily struggle to manage it. Continue reading Tech Week focuses on Technology in Health
1. Hawk-Eye – Goal-line technology.
Hawk-Eye isn’t just an Avenger—it’s actually the system of goal-line technology that’s changing sports. Originally introduced in cricket, the Hawk-Eye system has been used since 2001. The accuracy and reliability has seen the system be introduced in multiple sports. In 2008, it was added as part of the Decision Review System. The gif below is its first use in the Premier League! Continue reading Top 10 – Sports Technology
A brilliant victory for the Irish women’s team capped a historic year for Irish rugby with both teams completing a 6 Nations double. As a nation, we watched the action play out. But while watching, did you notice the small square lump on the back of the players’ jerseys?
Continue reading Is Technology Changing How We Watch and Play Sports?