An Adelaide-located sports startup firm, Lumin that already has various international cycling teams on its books is all set to race into its next stage of growth through a dollar 750,000 fund raising round. Mounting the aerospace of Australian global leadership in sports science as well as data,Lumin Sports Technology has achieved interest in its platforms from sides of the NFL and professional companies in European continent.
The data visualisation web platform Arc of Lumin delivers bigger and complex data sets so that team managers can make quicker and better descriptive decisions, while its Phila application offers subjective wellness and self-oriented medical information. The firm also has a bundle of applications such as a smart-scale integration for athlete weigh-ins as well as hydration. It founded in 2018 by the chief executive officer and former triathlete Ben Tripodi and supported by former AFL stars Matthew Pavlich & James Begley, now Lumin sports looking for extra funds to hire additional staff member and take its major solution to sporting companies worldwide.
Customers contain pro cycling squads Team Katusha (Switzerland), Olympic programs including Cycling Australia, Team Hagens Berman Axeon (USA), NTT Pro Cycling and Team Tibco Silicon Valley Bank (USA). The group also has numerous clients including NCAA Track and Field Squad of the Boston University and the Adelaide Crows’ general director of high performance Matt Hass.
Mr. Tripodi said that we have discovered repeatedly in our finding of the industry that Australia is observed to for its leadership in sports analytics, data and science. Our company had a powerful run of early success and endorsed several important sporting firms which has permitted us to implement various platforms in a real-time environment.
Furthermore, he said that, we have specialization in product manufacturing and mode of testing for the last 18 months, and we have demonstrated our product in various other professional sports. This next stage of funding will permit our company to increase its sales and meanwhile, grow subscription in the USA and Europe.