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Kits of the future

Kits of The Future Explore the potential kits of the future and the teams that need them Live player stats Player camera Built in energy With an obsession around stats in Camera technology is constantly improving and getting smaller, so kits may start to integrate micro cameras as to provide broadcaster with POV footage so the audience is closer to the action. Potentially the video recorded could be used to help aid referees in making important decisions. generators football, we might see kits equipped with wearable display technology that updates throughout a game - distance run, pass accuracy and assists may all feature on a small dynamic display area of the kit's material. If the kits of the future are to integrate technology, they will need an energy source. Rather than using batteries, we may see these new kits powered by kinetic energy so that the jerseys aren't weighed down by heavy power packs. 2015 TICKETS OUT NOW NHALF TIME SCORE 3- Live advertising Offside indicator Yellow card indicator Sponsorship contributes billions to world football and with improvements to wearable and flexible LED displays, it won't be long before shirt adverts can show dynamic media, or even allow for a number of sponsors to be shown on a shirt throughout the match. With initiatives like goal line technology starting to creep into the game, we may start to see more sophisticated technology to help aid referees in making the right decision. Something like an offside indicator may be part of the kit, lighting up whenever a player is in an offside position. Every so often referees can get a little confused and forget how many yellow cards they have given to a player. This on-shirt indicator would display whether the player had been given a yellow card or red. It would also act as a reminder to the player to be careful if they are on a yellow. Low visibility detector Shoulder mounted Impact visualiser Weather conditions can often cause low speaker & microphone This wearable technology would help referees understand whether a jostle in the box was fair or overzealous. If a visibility and consequently matches can be abandoned. In the future we may see wearable technology that illuminates a player when visibility is particularly poor so players (and spectators) can still see each another on the pitch. If technology is to be allowed on the pitch, shoulder mounted communication technology could revolutionise the game - allowing the manager and players to better communicate with each another around strategy, injuries and even motivation. player makes impact with another player deemed to be 'too strong', this would alert the referee with a green, amber or red flash dependent on the force of impact.

Kits of the future

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Explore the potential kits of the future and the teams that need them




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