VOGO confirms sports event growth, new app features
In partnership with Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping, VOGO has announced is presence for the first time at the CSI 5, which is being held from the 30th June to the 2nd July as the Paris stage of the Longines Global Champions Tour. The VOGO SPORT application will give spectators a unique, multi-camera visual experience of the event.
The organisers of the Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping event are excited at the idea of enhancing their event through this digital innovation. “The VOGO SPORT app will boost the visual experience of the event enormously, both for spectators and riders alike. As from today, spectators may download the application free of charge and enjoy the new service during the 3-day event. This is a real bonus for our trials and equestrian sport in general; we are delighted to be one of the first to use this innovative tool at the Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping event,” enthused Project Manager Anne Murac.
In parallel, VOGO is ramping up for a very busy summer season: the Nancy Professional Athletics Meeting in June; the National Athletics League; and the new rugby, football, hockey and handball seasons. An ever-growing number of French and international teams are now using the latest version of the VOGO SPORT application.
New version of the application
At the beginning of June, VOGO launched a new version of the VOGO SPORT app. The main innovations and features are:
– Greatly improved visual quality (via integration of a high-performance H265 video compression algorithm)
– Frame by frame slow-motion
– Real-time zoom feature
The new version of the application is available now for download from Apple and Android platforms.