A new Spiideo camera system has been installed at Griffin Park and Jersey Road to make it easier for coaches and players to access video feedback and analysis. The Spiideo system allows the coaching staff to capture action from multiple angles and has a powerful wide panoramic virtual view of the entire pitch.
Players and coaches can then individually view every detail of the game and control a virtual camera to view and follow a play across the entire field, ideal for both for individual talent development as well as tactical analysis and feedback for the entire team.
Brentford FC Head of Performance Analysis, Luke Stopforth said: “We have been researching camera systems for the past 18 months. We particularly like the functionality of being able to zoom in and out and change the camera angle with ease. The storage and remote access to the footage in both live and post-match settings are also very impressive.
As an estimate, the Spiideo system has probably given us back around ten to 12 hours per week. With the coaching staff also having access to the system, they no longer need to come to us asking for the footage. They can log directly into their own accounts and see the footage immediately.”
The pre-installed Spiideo cameras ensure the system is always available. At the touch of a button, Thomas Frank and the coaching staff can record the players in training, or in a match, with all the footage available to staff and players instantaneously on the Spiideo Cloud.