The Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) provide leadership in the commercialisation, development and promotion of Australian-inspired sports technologies.
Established in 2012, the ASTN is an industry-led Australian eco-system of organisations with a vested interest in sports technology development. This includes leading sports technologies businesses, national sporting organisations, research institutions, sports distributors & retailers, government agencies, service providers and investors.
Omni Biotech has today announced its investment from Skalata Ventures. Skalata has joined forces with the team led by founders Zac Farrow and Willem Poot to improve global health outcomes with immediate, actionable health metrics on devices they already own. Starting with a world-first hydration metric Omni is bringing elite-level ...
Michelle Walshe is a film & TV director who has worked with Warner Bros., the BBC, and her own Augusto Group, based in New York City. Leigh Kenyon is a former soccer star, who played with New Zealand’s Football Kingz in Australia’s National Soccer League. Together they founded CoachMate, drawing ...
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Founded in 2011 by Taner Korpe, Kronos Enterprises Pty Ltd is one of the world’s leading suppliers of events management technology, servicing a wide range of national and international sporting events. Most recently, Kronos was engaged by the Special Olympics World Games Berlin, one of the largest inclusive sports events ...
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Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) releases inaugural ‘Power of University Partnerships’ report.
Australia is home to one of the most mature and interconnected sportstech industries in the world. After consultation with our members, the ASTN team has prioritised ten (10) major strategic opportunities for the Australian Sports Technology industry to embrace our 5-year strategy from 2022-2026.
Artificial Intelligence in Sport
Active Living, Fitness & Wellness
Web 3.0, Metaverse & Blockchain
Virtual Sports - Esports, Fantasy & Drone Leagues
Wearables, Smart Apparel & Equipment
Sustainability & ESG Quantifying Impact
Sports Digital Ethics
Women in Sportstech
Investment & Venture Capital
Global Trade & Business Matching