New AI VEO Camera in B1

The arrival of B1 in the United States is full of surprises. And one of the first, as well as one of the newest, is the introduction of technology as a method of improvement.

At B1 Soccer Academy, in order to improve our videos and games, we feel like we need to strengthen out our infrastructure through data and modern technology.

The VEO camera is a step towards the modernization of our technology.

“The implementation of a new work methodology by B1 is not an easy task. We are always looking for new ways to adapt and improve, and we believe that working with this new camera in our training sessions will allow us to analyze all B1 USA players much faster, find the best solutions to the shortcomings of the teams and improve a lot more effectively to all B1 USA Players.” Giancarlo Coletta, Director of Coaching B1 USA.

By capturing the entire pitch with its 180° radius, VEO offers our coaches the control to pan and zoom as they wish to analyse certain individual players while having a tactical overview of the whole team’s positioning.

With this comes the VEO private software platform that allows us to create individual teams, create player profiles and highlights or tag players with coaches’ comments that will be available to players as well as parents.

“Undoubtedly, the VEO camera is a bet on the future that will offer us a wide range of possibilities to record training sessions and games of all our teams, for subsequent analysis and study of improvement. A very powerful tool that we put in the hands of our coaches.” – Daniel Hostettler, Director of Operations B1 USA.

As u may know, our main goal in B1 Soccer Academy is to develop our players in the most efficient way and we are sure VEO camera will help us achieve that goal.

Eric Bertran

Journalist, sports expert, Social Media Manager, and sports business developer. Ex-soccer player and passionate about teamwork. "Every player will have the same opportunity to achieve their dreams. With effort and sacrifice, everything is possible."