In the exhilarating world of sports, where every moment counts, one company has been quietly revolutionising how we experience the game. Welcome to the realm of Quidich Innovation Labs, a trailblazing force in sports broadcast technology.
Quidich is headquartered in India, with a regional presence in the UK and UAE. They combine innovation, cutting-edge technology, and a profound understanding of human emotion to redefine the art of sports storytelling. With a proven track record of deploying groundbreaking technologies in esteemed football tournaments like the English Football League, Supercoppa Italiana, Saudi Pro League, UAE Super Cup, and Malaysia Super League, they have earned the industry’s trust.
Central to their triumph lies a fusion of cutting-edge camera technologies, such as the remarkable BuggyQam and CopterQam, seamlessly integrated with Augmented Reality graphics. These state-of-the-art cameras, boasting high-definition capabilities, not only capture breathtaking moments but also redefine the visual storytelling of the game. Quidich’s arsenal of Player Tracking innovations and immersive Virtual Recreations not only provide fresh vantage points but also stand as formidable analytical resources, empowering commentators to captivate viewers with innovative narratives.
The BuggyQam is a meticulously crafted system that seamlessly integrates a broadcast-grade camera on a 5-axis stabilised gimbal head. It is remotely operated by a skilled pilot and cinematographer, offering viewers captivating low-angle shots that immerse them right in the heart of the action. The dynamic perspective provided by the moving buggy camera is unparalleled in the world of sports broadcasting.
Spatio is Quidich’s indigenously developed solution for Live 3D Augmented Reality on a Drone Camera. Good analytical stories and live statistics with KPIs, increase fan engagement and allow a deeper understanding of the game through the mixing of the real world and virtual graphics. Unlike conventional methods, graphics overlaid on stadiums or urban landscapes tend to leave a lasting impact on the viewers. Spatio endeavours to furnish broadcasters with the necessary tools to elevate their coverage, offering a broader canvas for delivering exceptional storytelling and immersive experiences.
Quidich has specialised in building technologies for sports broadcasts for over eight years, covering tournaments all around the globe. They are now setting their sights on Africa, aiming to revolutionise the viewing experience for the fans. The African football scene is brimming with untapped potential, and the quality of broadcast plays a pivotal role in propelling it onto the global stage. With the promise of enhanced viewership, the influx of sponsors and financial resources is expected to breathe life into sustainable growth initiatives.
Quidich is not entirely new to the African landscape, having previously deployed its cutting-edge drone and player-tracking technologies at the ICC Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup in South Africa earlier this year. Their dedication to African football has intensified. This commitment was underlined by their active participation in the first Africa Football Business Summit last year and their subsequent partnership with the event’s second edition.
At The Football Foundation for Africa, we couldn’t be more thrilled with Quidich’s involvement. We remain steadfast in our mission to provide a platform where various stakeholders can converge, fostering the crucial conversations necessary for the holistic development of the sport. As Quidich enters the African football arena, we anticipate a new era of innovation and progress, propelling African football to unprecedented heights on the global stage.
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