0First worldwide AI
match analysis patent
Online portal +300 parameters, possibility to create formulas and methods
Individual thresholds and based on max values
(e.g. VMax, AMax)
Integration of data physical, technical & tactical
(e.g. data in possession)
Automatic detection of the most intense
moments of the game
Alerts and comparisons Acute / Chronic, RPE, trend, timed analysis
Analysis in few minutes export
excel, PDF, JPG, XML, API
Video capture A camera system is positioned in the central part of the grandstand, each camera frames a different portion of the pitch
Computer vision The computer vision software combines the videos of the different cameras creating a planar view
Automatic Tracking Each object is identified through X, Y, Z coordinates and tracked instant by instant, the software uses all the points to analyze players, referees and ball trajectories
Filtering and certification The collected data are processed and certified using advanced filters, specifically developed for tracking human movement
The first and to date the only system in the world for match analysis really based on mathematical criteria (PCT patented in 2010 and certified) that is revolutionizing the way to see football.
No longer a trivial count of the number of passes, shots or distance covered, from which misleading evaluations emerge, such as, some years ago, the awarding of the "banana feet" prize to a genius like Cassano, "guilty" of having the highest number of unsuccesfull passes. But, on the contrary, an analysis that goes up to the essence of football, integrating the technical & tactical data with the physical ones, to provide a report that overturns the conclusions in favor of true football talent.
Starting from tracking data (the XY coordinates that describe the movements of the players and the ball during the matches), K-Analysis allows for example to evaluate - finally - the tactical aspects (studying the quality of the movements), to introduce the coefficient of difficulty of the passes, to analyze the physical performance moving from the concept of "volume" to that of "efficiency".
The result? The Technical Efficiency Index, the only objective parameter that is scientifically correlated to the probability of winning games and, starting from the 2018/19 season, officially adopted by the Serie A League to award the MVP prize.