Kansas City is generating a lot of buzz about its growing startup community. On this edition of Up To Date, we talk with three entrepreneurs who are creating sports technology that could change the way we train and work out in the near future.
- Benjamin Harvatine is the co-founder of the Jolt Sensor, a sensor that tracks potential concussions and tracks accelerated movement in athletes.
- Brendan Reilly is the CEO of EON Sports Virtual Reality, which is a virtual football training program.
- Davyeon Ross is the co-founder of ShotTracker, a wearable basketball workout tracker.