The ASTN provides leadership in the commercialisation, development and promotion of Australian-inspired sports technologies.

Disability Sports Technology

ASTN has a world-leading reputation working together with Australia’s leading innovative smart assistive technologies, devices and researchers in the fields of Disability SportsTech, Mobility and Inclusive Smart Technologies.

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Accelerator Program

The ASTN is hosting a Sports Tech Start-up Accelerator Program in Melbourne with the support of the State Government of Victoria’s ‘LaunchVic’ Program. The Program enables the ASTN to provide free guidance & advisory for 15-20 start-ups over a 2 year period.

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Start-up Investment funding

The Australian Sports Tech Company is an Australian-based investment company with strong global links in sports and technology. It has significant global connections, footprint and expertise in supporting and mentoring its investee companies.

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Australia Sports Analytics Conference

The 2018 Australia Sports Analytics Conference held on Friday 10th August 2018 in Melbourne was the premier forum for industry professionals and executives interested in the role of data, digital and technology in the Australian and global sports, media and entertainment industry.  ASTN members received a 50% discount on tickets.

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Sports Tech StartUp Day

The Australian Sports Tech Startup Day was hosted and sponsored by LaunchVic on Thursday 9th August 2018. The 1-day event matched Australian investors, sports leagues and clubs to facilitate investment, deals, trials and innovative partnerships between Australia’s most exciting startups and innovators in Sports, Media, Entertainment.

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I-Perform – Proposed Cooperative
Research Centre (CRC)

The Australia Sports Technologies Network and The University of Melbourne are leading a consortium which has successfully submitted the first stage of its CRC application. The CRC bid is worth over $100M (cash and in-kind). It will support research and development for the proposed I-Perform CRC which is centred around sports and human performance technologies. Participant universities include The University of Melbourne, Monash University, Swinburne University of Technology, Deakin University, Queensland University of Technology and University of Technology Sydney.

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