The Carolina Panthers' Offense In Living Color - New Technology Allows NFL Fans to Interact with Film Scouting Data on NFL Teams
"Most football fans hear coaches and players talk about the importance of watching and breaking down film. The Scouting Dashboards we sell to football coaches help them instantly and intuitively 'see' those tendencies that are hidden in their data," says Tom Woods, RII Sports Technology's founder. "We want to help football fans go behind the curtain and experience more of the details that NFL coaches go through as they prepare for games each week – so we're excited to make these available to the public."
Scouting Dashboards package a team's Film Breakdown Data into an interactive, visual platform that helps coaches, and now fans, quickly break down a team's offensive or defensive tendencies. Using the visual cues of size and color, coaches are able to instantly "see" a team's every tendency, strength and weakness. Woods claims, "They're so intuitive and easy to interpret that my 11-year-old daughter could have a meaningful conversation with the Carolina Panthers' offensive staff about where and how they've struggled offensively so far this season. The casual fan will instantly know as much about the Carolina Panthers' offensive performance during their past three games as the Carolina Panthers' staff does."
Be The Coach is conducting open beta tests during Monday Night Football; interested fans are invited to create a free account where they can interact with Scouting Dashboards for both the Panthers Offense and Buccaneers Defense and play along during this Monday Night's Buccaneers-Panthers game.
RII Sports Technology was formed in 2013 to provide data services to football programs at all levels of competition, including teams like the University of Arizona, SMU, Baylor, the University of Illinois, Yale and many others. RII Sports Technology leverages more than 20 years of experience working with clients in the Aerospace & Defense industry including NASA, Lockheed-Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman and the Missile Defense Agency.