Gravity Media Australia has updated the company’s HelmetCam technology ready for the start of cricket’s The Hundred on 1st August.
HelmetCam will be mounted on the helmets of players in both the men’s and women’s tournaments.
Gravity Media first introduced the technology for the competition’s debut season in 2021.
It has now updated both HelmetCam and UmpireCam to include high definition 1080i format lightweight cameras weighing only 75 grammes, designed and developed in Australia.
Speaking about the updates, Greg Littrich – director, operations at Gravity Media Australia said: “Gravity Media Australia is proud to once again be entrusted with delivering our specialist camera technologies to add further depth and audience engagement for the global television coverage of The Hundred.
“We continue to evolve and develop our speciality cameras and are delighted that technology designed and developed in Australia now forms an integral component of coverage of sports around the world,” he added.
“We have long-term, strong and positive partnerships in the delivery of new and exciting developments in the coverage of cricket. The Hundred is a tremendous event and we are delighted to be playing a role in bringing fans closer to the action this season.”