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Ojmar has installed its new white OCS Touch Lock at Cambridge University's £16m (18.8m, $24.6m) Sports Cen- tre. The lock is used alongside Ojmar's OTS transponder system to let sports students and athletes secure their belongings without needing to carry keys with them. It has an auto-opening function. The OCS Touch Lock can be used for security in a variety of areas. It is also used at Lords Cricket ground in the executive boxes to secure alcoholic drinks following matches.


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Shirt allows fans to feel the same sensations as athletes


A progressive shirt has been developed enabling fans to experience the same sensory sensations as athletes in real-time during games and contests.


The Alert Shirt has been designed by socially-driven technology company Wear- able Experiments (We:eX) for Australian television company Foxtel. We:eX has merged hardware, software and apparel


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Mobile fl oodlights for outdoor training launched by Ritelite


Ritelite Systems, a manufacturer of portable lighting products, has launched its new mobile sports lighting system on wheels for outdoor training during win- ter months. Already being used by football clubs, including Sheffi eld United, the unit is a high-power mobile outdoor fl oodlight- ing system, specifi cally designed for sports including football, rugby and tennis. Two Quad pod models are available at 5m high and 6.5m, with a choice of metal halide or LED fi ttings. The units can be powered by mains electricity or generator.


design for the Alert Shirt, with the product bringing together these elements with real-time sports data, which is transmitted via a Bluetooth smartphone app to a set of electronics embedded within the jersey. The Alert Shirt converts the data into powerful sensations that simulate live sports action, allowing fans to gain a sensual experience based on what is hap- pening when athletes participate in events.


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Gladstone Health & Leisure has partnered with Bounts – a fi tness app that moti- vates and rewards people for being active. All leisure operators using the Gladstone Plus2 system will now be able to activate the rewards app, opening it up to more than 3,000,000 Gladstone members. The app allows users to collect and redeem points – or ‘bounts’ – against national brands and local retail outlets and services.


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