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Monday, September 12 • 4:30pm - 5:15pm
The Connected Professional Athlete: Sports Tech Perspectives from Athlete, Trainer, Clinician, and Health Engineer

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Kansas City is a sports town and there are some incredible perspectives across Sports and Sports Tech. Wearables and data analytics continue to expand what's possible and no where is this more evident than in professional sports. We will bring a panel with perspectives of key stakeholders around the field to discuss. Many exciting developments have surfaced in the last few years and many more are on their way. Come hear from the practitioners living the future on and around the field today.

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Ilya Tabakh

CEO, Edge Up Sports
Ilya Tabakh is the CEO of Edge Up Sports. In this role, he is responsible for overall strategic direction of the organization. Tabakh has developed a deep understanding ofhuman behavior, integrating perspectives from psychology, sociology, and neurocognitive science into multiple domains. He uses this background to continually drive theevolution of sports data toward better analytics and to support exceptional user experience delivery.

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Scott Burgett

Director of Health Engineering, Garmin
Scott Burgett is the Director of Garmin Health Engineering for Garmin International. An 18 year veteran of Garmin, Scott has been active in the wearable space for many years. Early in his career, Scott was a leader in the integration of GPS technology into Garmin's consumer and aviation products. He helped perform early research into GPS-enabled wearables that resulted in Garmin’s revolutionary Forerunner line of GPS-enabled running watches... Read More →
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Mateus Manoel

Head Fitness Coach, Sporting Kansas City
Mateus Manoel is in his seventh season with Sporting Kansas City as Head Fitness Coach.  His responsibilities cover all aspects of sport performance and science for the team, including strength and conditioning, injury prevention, field practices, nutrition, fitness monitoring (training load and readiness), player re-adaptation following rehab and recovery.
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Davyeon Ross

COO, Shottracker
An innovative technology leader and widely recognized entrepreneur, Davyeon Ross has more than 15 years of experience in the technology space. Ross is Cofounder / COO of DDSports Inc. a team sports performance platform fueled by wearable and smart equipment data. DDSports first product is ShotTracker a wearable tech for basketball that automatically tracks a basketball players shot attempts, makes, misses and their location on the court while... Read More →
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J. Paul Schroeppel, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon, University of Kansas Hospital
Dr. Schroeppel is a board certified orthopedic surgeon at the University of Kansas Hospital, specializing in sports medicine.  His special interests include arthroscopic management of injuries to the hip, knee and shoulder.  He currently serves as a team physician for both the Kansas City Chiefs and Kansas City Royals, as well as four Kansas City metro high schools.  His particular focus within sports analytics is in the ability to... Read More →

Monday September 12, 2016 4:30pm - 5:15pm
Sprint Accelerator 210 W 19 Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64108