October 16, 2016

The application of mobile Internet in campus football match by NB-IoT

  • Xu Y.

Abstract: This paper describes a NB-IOT platform, combined with the mobile Internet technology in the campus competition organization management evaluation system and organizational methods. In order to relatively mature technology and platform by Internet plus and big data technology and the thought applied to campus sunshine sports activities, to solve the current context of campus sports vigorous development, short board management and assessment of the level of young players in the youth amateur football match. The current relatively scattered disorderly campus football training and competition, the introduction of a reliable, closed-loop system, keep rolling cumulative match stats and player data and improve the training for fun, truly "combination of competition and training". At the same time, through the system and method, it can be more effective to use the current social idle football field resources and human resources for the campus football services, and promote the rapid and orderly development of campus football.

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