The UberSense Mission
UberSense helps athletes and coaches win! We are creating a platform, consisting of mobile and cloud solutions that allow video-analysis of biomechanics and game tactics for any sport. Using our mobile solutions, athletes and coaches can conduct analysis on and off the field, conveniently, cost-effectively, and quickly. They can easily share and discuss their game with their coach, students, peer, friends, and family - using our cloud service.
Our products consist of a family of mobile applications (iPhone, iPad, and iPod) and a cloud solution. The apps, SwingReader Golf, SwingReader Baseball, and SportsCam have been installed several hundreds of thousands of times. SwingReader Golf has been featured in the 'New and Noteworthy' section of the AppStore by Apple in over 79 countries simultaneously. The iPad app became a top-10 ranked sports app within the first week of launch in the United States - a testament to how we consistently develop awesome apps that our users love.
As of this writing, over 2 million videos have already been analyzed by users of our solutions and the number is increasing very quickly.
UberSense is founded by two technology and golf enthusiasts who have many years of experience researching, building, and selling novel technologies. Both have doctoral degrees in Computer Science, and are passionate about solving real-world problems that real people can benefit from. The two founders not only have experience with research, software development, and revenue management at small and large companies such as Citrix Online, Microsoft Research, Bell Labs, Intel Research, and Nokia Research, and Yahoo!; but also have had startup experience in the past.
We are a MassChallenge 2011 finalist, are generating significant revenue already with hundreds of thousands of installs of our wildly popular apps, and our solutions are used in a variety of sports such as golf, running, fitness, tennis, gymnastics, baseball, softball, and soon, even luge!
Life at UberSense
We're located in Boston, on Marina Park Drive (14th floor with great views), walking distance from the subway, which means easy commute too.