NBN23 pivots its technology of the 'tracking' of sportsmen to the control of security distances
The situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic has meant a change of scenario for many companies, which have had to reinvent themselves during these two months in order to maintain their activity. In this situation was the Valencian company NBN23, promoted by Javier Bosch and Paul Ronayne, biologist and programmer, who decided to embark on the digital transformation of their greatest hobby, basketball.
However, sporting activity came to a halt when the State of Alarm began and competitive sports will not resume until 8 June. In that impasse, the startup has decided to reorient its technology to monitor basketball players and to track in swimming pools towards the need to maintain safety distances in common places.
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