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Wearable tech firm Statsports to seek funding

Company's device tracks movement by sportspeople

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
17th April, 2016
Sean OConnor, Statsport

Wearable technology business Statsports expects to seek out funding later this year as it looks to expand its presence in the football market.

The business, which is based in Newry and Dundalk, launched its latest wearable product Apex last week at a conference it held in Wembley. The device, which is a chip worn on a vest by sportspeople, tracks movement by sportspeople and succeeds the firm’s previous product, the Viper.

“We wanted...

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