New Partners Bring Smart-Arena Analytics Technology To New Markets

Drive Hockey Analytics continues strong growth, including adding the first partner outside North America, in Hong Kong.  

VANCOUVER, 14 March 2024 / Drive Hockey Analytics continues to expand access to senor-based hockey tracking technology by welcoming seven new partners. Teams, players, and coaches can now benefit from pro level performance data in regions across the US and Canada, and now in Asia with a partner in Hong Kong. Welcome to:  

  • Top Corner Skills and Development (Oakville, Ontario)
  • Arachnid Analytics (Foley, Minnesota)
  • Gorilla Analytics Limited (Hong Kong)
  • Hockey Biomechanics, Inc. (Chicago, Illinois)
  • Ice Cold Analytics (Edmonton, Alberta)
  • Franchise Athletic (Lowell, Michigan)
  • Breakaway Analytics LLC (Mound, Minnesota)
  • PV Elite Hockey Development (Winkler, Manitoba)

Drive Hockey’s Service Partners offer detailed performance analytics using the same technology that used by the ECHL, USHL, and BCHL. They bring this pro-level technology to every level of competitive hockey.  

The Drive Hockey Smart-Arena Analytics System uses advanced sensor technology to gather player performance data a rate of more than 3000 data points per second and uses proprietary AI to create insightful analytics for players and coaches to improve player development and performance.  

“I am very excited to be able to provide such impressive technology to people who could only dream of being able to access it! I can’t wait to help kids of all ages and all levels learn what makes them a great player, and figure out how to take that to the next level”, says Sarah Pearce, owner of Top Corner Skills and Development.  

Andrew Freyre-Sanders, founder of Gorilla Analytics Limited in Hong Kong became a partner because, “The product looks totally out the box and the teams feels like a team I can really partner with.”  

James Collins and Tom Grillo, co-founders of Breakaway Analytics like Drive’s “cutting-edge technology and the future growth this technology has in the hockey world.”  

Drive Hockey now has 24 regional service partners offering tracking across North America and in Hong Kong.

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