Sense Arena is a business opportunity for teams and training centers

Do you want to improve athletic performance of the players on your
team or in your training center? Bring their skills to the edge.

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How to make Sense arena
a business?

You can either purchase and run the system in your rink or training facility or become our referral agent.

Sense Arena is solution under the SaaS (Software as a Service) model. You will need to invest in the necessary PC and Virtual Reality hardware (HW)and a software licence fee.

We are looking for partners.

Do you want to bring the system to certain regions and act as a Partner?
We have established a Partner Sales Model.

Other teams or training centers employed some of the following business models:

1) The objective is to improve the players' skills and performance - the cost of the system is either coveredby increased annual tuition fees or through sponsorship. Usage is then free to all the participating players.

2) The objective is to create and serve the demand for Read & React hockey training. The business model is then based on - per/session or bundle fees (typically 30 to 60-minute sessions and cost between $40 to $80, subject to local conditions and regions).

How To Start

Step 1

Contact us to understand Sense Arena's benefits, technical requirements, our different business models, and pricing.

Step 2

If you are close to making a final decision of purchasing Sense Arena, we will happily schedule a demo session and come to your location with the system.

Step 3

One of our Business Development Managers will present a commercial proposal and then a contract.

Step 4

After signing the contract and paying for HW, we will install the system, train and certify your Coach(es), schedule a demo day for your community and begin creating your personalized marketing franchise package.

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The Installation

Technical Requirements for the Vive Pro solution

  • Room of at least 12’ by 12’ (4 by 4m), ideal 16' by 16',
    and free of mirrors or other large glossy objects
  • Flat floor, one where the stick will glide (synthetic ice,
    stickhandling floor, linoleum, cement floor)
  • Electricity and internet in the room
  • There is the Goalie to Go product too - Oculus Quest. It requires smaller space, no sensoring and power.

Operation Requirements

  • At least one coach has to undergo a one-day training session finished by a test and a certification.
  • You should actively communicate with your hockey community, inviting them to take a Baseline Diagnostic Test, and explaining the skills players will develop and how important they are.

What they say
about us

“It's such a great platform, because it always makes the player wants to improve in the skills he is working on.”

Dave Dolecki

jsi hockey, oakville, etobicoke owner

“The players are very impressed with this training platform. They quickly found out that it allows them to do fast and measurable progress.”

Michael Würsten

Switzerland, HockeyBros co-owner

Teams and organiZations

Interested?
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