[FloridaGators.com] Gators Changing Practice Methods with Lyvve Coach

Meet Lyyve Coach: The two trailer-mounted 12' x 7' outdoor rated LED boards give Florida's coaching staff an immediate look at what just happened on the field after a drill or play. Manufactured by 8K Solutions in Titusville, Fla., the Lyvve Coach boards are lightweight enough to be pushed anywhere on the field by hand, or towed behind a golf cart. 

[Florida Today] NFL, college mast cams made by Titusville company

Twenty-four NFL teams and 18 teams from the college power-five conferences have switched from the traditional manned scissor lifts to the new mobile “mast cams.” Rated for 55 miles per hour winds, the MastRcam operator sits at a console with a pan zoom tilt control to shoot practices. 

[Chiefs.com] The Latest in Technology is Watching Over the Chiefs Practice Fields

The Chiefs are using new practice cameras this season that don’t require a traditional manned lift - “They’re called mastRcam mobiles,” said Pat Brazil, the Chiefs’ Director of Video Operations. “Basically, they’re similar to a boat trailer with a moulded canopy and Bimini on top, with a 55-foot tall telescoping mast that’s rated for 50 miles per hour." 

[Tulsa Football] Tulsa Football Uses New Video Technology for Bowl Practices

The University of Tulsa football program is using mastRcam technology from 8K Solutions during practice sessions in Miami this week for the Miami Beach Bowl. The Golden Hurricane will play the Central Michigan Chippewas on Monday at Marlins Park in the 2016 edition of the Miami Beach Bowl.

[Sports Illustrated] How Michigan football, Jim Harbaugh use video technology to gain ‘competitive advantage’

8K Solutions’ MastRcam Mobile — which Michigan currently uses — essentially acts as a scissor lift replacement for graduate assistants and video coordinators, like the Wolverines’ Phil Bromley. The 55-foot high unit allows Michigan to capture footage from two separate cameras perched high atop a mobile cart, which can easily be moved around practice fields. 

[SportTechie] How Michigan Football, Jim Harbaugh Use Video Technology To Gain ‘Competitive Advantage’

Since Harbaughs arrival in Ann Arbor prior to the 2015 season, the program started integrating products from 8K Solutions, a technology provider that works with nearly a dozen college football teams and roughly a quarter of NFL franchises, including the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers — the team he once coached.