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Aston Villa FC and the RAF choose Nacsport

Well, what a big week it has been for us! Firstly, we would like to say a big public welcome to Aston Villa FC who have purchased a large variety of Nacsport licences including Elite, Scout Plus and Viewer versions to create a really powerful environment for analysing their performances and easily feeding back the information to their players and coaches. Along with Swansea City AFC they are our second Premiership football client and we’re really looking forward to working with them and helping to push their environment on further.

Keeping on the football theme, this week has also seen the Royal Air Force senior representative Men’s football team join the Nacsport community. This will be the team’s first proper use of video analysis on a continual basis so we are very proud to be working closely with them to help develop their workflows and proficiency with the software and equipment through training days and constant support.

Today, we are heading to Millfield School to catch up with Charlie Barwis to see how he is progressing with his use of Nacsport and Team Performance Exchange as the school’s performance analyst, where he is delivering a high quality service and also educating staff and students on the benefits of performance analysis and how to use the different products themselves. As part of an ongoing relationship to develop the products and processes which can be used at the school by Charlie and the team, we will today be showcasing AP Capture and our IP Camera/Telescopic Tripod solution as the school looks for improved ways to record their different sports activities from better vantage points, with high quality footage which is easily obtained. We are certain that it will be a very positive day and a great chance to see how Charlie and the processes at the school are continually developing.

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