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D-I Basketball Championships to use Advanced Timing, Replay Technologies

by   |  March 6th, 2015

Courtesy of David Worlock of NCAA.com

The NCAA announced it will use the latest technology for replay reviews and timekeeping in an effort to increase efficiency and accuracy. The agreements with DVSport and Precision Timing Systems go into effect for the 2015 Division I men’s and women’s basketball championships.

The contract with Precision Timing Systems includes all rounds of both tournaments, while the agreement with DVSport also includes all rounds of the Division I men’s and women’s basketball championships, as well as all Football Championship Series (FCS) playoff games and the Division II and III football semifinal and championship games.

The DVSport software is designed to provide a more efficient replay process intended to reduce the length of time officials spend at the scorer’s table reviewing a play. Video is captured live into the replay system and cued up so officials may see different angles of the play immediately. Several conferences use DVSport during the regular season and most leagues use some form of a video replay service independent of the broadcast feed. DVSport introduced its first basketball replay system in 2010.

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Congratulations to DVSport’s NFL Playoff Partners

by   |  December 29th, 2014

congratulations-bowl-clientsDVSport would like to congratulate all of its NFL Playoff Partners and wish them luck in the post-season.

5 out of 6 NFC Teams:
Cardinals
Cowboys
Lions
Panthers
Seahawks

3 out of 6 AFC Teams:
Bengals
Broncos
Steelers

Congratulations to Bowl and Playoff Eligible DVSport Clients

by   |  December 2nd, 2014

congratulations-bowl-clientsIn the upcoming NCAA football playoffs, thirty six teams are using DVSport products.

Good luck to all DVSport clients in the postseason.

FBS
Auburn
Duke
Georgia Tech
NC State
North Carolina
Texas Christian University
West Virginia
Louisiana Tech
UTEP
BYU
Navy
Bowling Green
Northern Illinois
Ohio University
Western Michigan
San Diego State
Utah State
Middle Tennessee State
Maryland
Rutgers

FCS
Sacred Heart
Montana
San Diego
Morgan State
New Hampshire
Tennessee Chattanooga
Richmond
Eastern Kentucky

DII
Ohio Dominican
Valdosta State

DIII
Wartburg
Wabash
Hampden-Sydney
Ithaca
Wittenberg
St John’s (MN)

“The Fantastic Future of Football” – MAXIM

by   |  September 25th, 2014

Maxim-LogoAn excerpt from Maxim: As soon as Sunday’s game ends, Campbell’s four-man staff can now edit, tag, and upload clips to 70 iPads, so that by the time the team plane lifts off, players and coaches are studying film of their performance. By Monday morning, they’re on to dissecting the opposition. Aided by software designed by DVSport, they can scroll through video of every third-and-short play run by the Rams or every blitz called by the 49ers, even while pedaling along on an exercise bike.

“Before, we made DVDs on Monday night and that was it,” Campbell says. “We couldn’t handle 60 guys wanting cut-ups. Now we can customize clips for each guy.”

Read the full article on Maxim’s website.