To deliver meaningful performance improvement to athletes of all ages
We accomplish this through the use of our patented, laser-based tracking technology. Our first iteration of this technology is called The GRID, which was designed for baseball and softball.
The GRID uses optical lasers to track the precise speed, trajectory and location of sports objects. Coupled with high-definition video capture of each “event”, the system is able to illustrate how changes in mechanics can improve a player’s performance.
Making Precision Analytics available to athletes of all ages
Analytics are transforming every aspect of sports and we make analytics AVAILABLE TO THE MASSES. Our patent covers the use of lasers to track the speed, location and movement of ANY sports object, and will ultimately be applied to a number of other sports including golf and soccer.
Allied Market Research on the Sports Analytics Market Global Opportunity and Industry Forecast 2019 calls for the global market to grow from $425.76 Million in 2018 to $6.376 Billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 40.4% from 2019 to 2026.
“One thing is for sure, the use of analytics has enabled organizations and their players to build a more efficient mousetrap and it will impact every aspect of high school, collegiate and professional sports.”
– Leigh Steinberg Changing the Game: The rise of Sports Analytics (Forbes Magazine; August 18, 2015)
Athelytix was honored to be among 20 of San Diego’s Most Innovative Startups exhibiting at Ted X “Innovation Alley” event
Athelytix was a finalist in CONNECT’s “Most Innovative New Product” awards
“The GRID” Hitting system uses optical lasers to track the trajectory, speed and location of a ball hit through it. The data captured by the lasers is instantly translated into a 3-dimensional graphic representation of the hit.
The GRID Pitching system uses 3 banks of lasers to monitor the flight of the pitch and provide precise trajectory, speed and location. A fixed, high-definition camera is used to record the pitcher’s motion, enabling unprecedented diagnostic assessment of the effect of pitching mechanics on the flight of the baseball.