The Michigan Burn Soccer Club is excited to announce that it will be deploying the Veo Camera System beginning with the 2021-22 Soccer Season. These cameras, once deployed, automatically track and record the entire game without a cameraman.
"One of the immediate benefits of our partnership with Buffalo Wild Wings will be to supply the Club with Veo Cameras, all the tripods and the software for the entire soccer year," says Joe Gallagher, President of the Michigan Burn Soccer Club.
"And The Blanchett Insurance Group is partnering with us to cover the platform subscription costs for the year as well. We really have outstanding corporate partners for the 2021-22 season!"
Veo will give Burn coaches the ability to review video footage of all of their games, home and away, to then share with their teams, make highlight clips, and cover areas of the game that need to be improved or that are being done well. The system will also have the ability to tag players in highlights from games.
"Having used a camera system the past couple of seasons, the benefits for the players, families, and coaches are extremely valuable. What I really like about the new VEO System, and I'm sure the parents will too, is the camera runs itself! Basically, set up the camera and hit go. That's it. The new system also makes it easier to record practices, which only benefits the teams that much more. I'm excited to see that with the help of Buffalo Wild Wings and The Blanchett Insurance Group, now more players and coaches will have access to an important tool for individual and team development." - Chris Graczyk, Michigan Burn Technical Director/Coach
Veo is the ideal solution to automatically film Soccer matches. The camera films with two 4K lenses and records 180 degrees, so it captures every single moment of the match in great video quality. One of the main features of filming with Veo is that the two cameras record the full pitch throughout the game so you’ll never miss a moment. And you don’t rely on a skilled cameraman who can stay concentrated and trace the ball for a whole match without ever losing sight of the ball. It's all automatic.