The first app that aims at
democratising tennis performance monitoring:
everyone can now access pro-like statistics!
TC uses ad-hoc machine learning techniques to process data sensed by the smartwatch during play and turn it into meaningful information. For example, you can check intensity of your strokes, your grip, and more.
By way of AI-driven video analysis, TC can track your position on the court in real-time, unleashing the power to provide you with strategic support that is tailored on your playing characteristics, as the system gets to know you game after game.
TC has been developed for Android Wear smartwatches with painstaking attention to efficiency so as to run on the most popular devices. Porting the technology to iOS is our next objective.
TC turns a smartphone-recorded video of your match into a realm of info on your game. Search the video by stroke; analyze your serve technique, see how you fared on those tricky forehand volleys, and more!
Monitor your progress game after game, by comparing data from different playing sessions.
As player statistics are collected, TC can match your profile against that of other players nearby and help you find an opponent to test and improve your skills and get the best out of your playing sessions.
Tennis Commander srl officially becomes a spin-off of the University of Pisa!
In December 2017, we have been assigned the prestigious 'Play It Easy' Award by the Italian Olympic Committee (at the Maker Faire, in Rome).
In 2016, we successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign!
Our research and work on Tennis Commander started back in 2015. Once the initial feasibility was appraised, the team was extended with the equally paramount remaining positions, including marketing and communication experts with international experience, rich portfolios and recognized value, communication and relations experts with solid connections to the professional tennis circuit, experienced business advisors and mentors to help develop a business model and provide support in establishing a proper business vehicle for the project.
The team behind Tennis Commander started out small in 2014, releasing Midi Commander, the first Android app to control MIDI instruments. The team features qualified scientists well-versed in the processing of sensor data, Big Data and Machine Learning technologies. As coders, they have a wide experience with Android app development in a large variety of contexts.