Building a bank of memories with VEO
In this episode, coaches from Tennessee Soccer Club, one of the best player development programs in the United States, and Veo’s Senior Manager of Machine Learning, Tobias Lindberg, share how video technology is accelerating the development of players and coaches at the grassroots level and where AI technology is heading.
Here in Veo, we work every day to make sports technology accessible to all.
Advanced technology in the world of sport is unfairly distributed, and we’re on a mission to change that.
But how did it all start? Let’s take you back in time to the humble beginnings of Veo.
In the fall of 2015, our co-founder Keld was late for his son’s football game. When he finally arrived at the pitch, his son had already scored a goal. Keld was disappointed not to see the great moment, so he began wondering, ‘why aren’t all football matches recorded?’ Pro clubs and elite-level academies record their matches. But with video technology evolving dramatically with high-end cameras in smartphones and ubiquitous action cameras, why wasn’t it possible to simply, affordably, and easily record all games – from Champions League to Sunday League? That afternoon, the idea of Veo was born.
Veo provides a simple and portable camera solution for recording sports. Every day, we work to make sports technology more accessible to all.
Advanced technology in the world of sport is unfairly distributed, and we’re on a mission to change that. We do it with a camera that can automatically record sport and a state-of-the-art analysis platform, all powered by AI.