The Future of Sports Tech
As Brisbane gears up for the 2032 Summer Olympics, ICB is excited to also innovate in the sports tech sector. We are collaborating with Cisco to transform the way sports are played, watched, and experienced. We are also exploring innovations in logistics and transport to ensure smooth and efficient movement of athletes, staff, and equipment during the games.
Drawing on expertise in sports leadership, data analytics and AI, sports science, high performance, elite athletes and sports management, QUT is building a world-class and well-resourced sports tech innovation precinct, with dedicated innovation activity being delivered in partnership with industry, government and big tech in Innovation Central Brisbane.
PHOTO: Cisco’s Global Sports, Entertainment and Media Experts, Manny Spanoundakis and Nick Ritsinias deliver a guest lecture on global sports tech opportunities for students enrolled in our ‘Classroom to Boardroom’ unit, BSB105 Future Enterprise.
QUT Launches Sports Tech Van
QUT will bring esports and virtual sports activities to regional Queensland, with the launch of a high-tech van, fitted out by Cisco technology and loaded with esports, virtual sport and broadcasting equipment. The van will travel to regional, remote and Indigenous Australian communities across Queensland to provide opportunities to participate in rising sports infused with technology.
Esports, virtual cycling, reaction training, simulated golf, smart-tech and wearables, broadcasting and performance analytics will be wrapped into the suite of activities delivered.