Camera Based Tech Changing High School Football

Ben Sklar for The New York Times

Ben Sklar for The New York Times

"A Nebraska company, Hudl, has built a multimillion-dollar business by putting footage from 14,000 high schools into servers it rents from Amazon. At peak times, 30 hours of video a minute is uploaded, said John Wirtz, Hudl’s chief product officer.

Coaches, players, parents and fans watch the footage to critique performances, strategize and scout other teams. At some high schools, including in Magnolia Heights, Miss., Hudl footage is even filmed by drones."

Read the article in the New York Times here.