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4/1/2014
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NFL CIO: Football's Digital Transformation

NFL tech leader Michelle McKenna-Doyle tells InformationWeek conference attendees about new digital fan experiences, injury-prevention tools, and an Internet-of-shoulder-pads.
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4/4/2014 | 4:02:52 PM
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I thought the shoulder pad sensors really interesting. This first use case is boring back-office stuff, but if you start instrumenting the field, and tracking location as well as on/off the field, that could launch a boatload of new statistics. Fantasy football players rejoice.  
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