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MIA Sports Technology Partners With Guru Training Systems

3.13am 8th February 2011 - News - This story was updated on Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Sheffield based specialist sports technology solution provider MIA Sports Technology has agreed a distribution partnership with guru training systems, a Belgium-based company specializing in sports movement analysis. The agreement will see MIA Sports Technology drive sales throughout its extensive customer base in Europe and the Middle East.

The company’s latest product innovation, swinguru, is a 3D golf training and teaching system based on full-body biomechanical swing analysis. It provides real-time visual feed-back on key body movements and swing characteristics.

The system projects a full 3 dimensional model of the body through an innovative camera system, with no need for any sensors attached to the player. The system is fully controlled through the use of the latest Gesture Recognition Technology where the user interacts with it through directive hand actions – no buttons, mouse or keyboard required!

swinguru was showcased to great acclaim at the recent PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando. Sebastien Wulf, CEO of guru training systems, said that he was “delighted to seize the opportunity to showcase swinguru, the most advanced, brand new 3D golf training system to a worldwide audience”.

Andrew Keast, Director at MIA Sports Technology added: “We currently offer to our clients 3 of the leading technology solutions in golf in FlightScope, V1 PRO and Science and Motion. For some time we have been looking a logical addition to our portfolio and in swingguru we believe we discovered something quite special.”

Swingguru will be available to all customers from March.

guru training systems www.gurutrainingsystems.com

MIA Sports Technology www.miasportstechnology.com

       

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