Titan Sensor, the company that partnered with the XFL to assist in tracking tech posted on Twitter today showing a quick highlight of what that looks like. If you watch the video below, you will see split-screen action from the players on the field and how it translates in real-time to their program.
This is similar to what the AAF had utilized in their app, yet this looks to be a lot more fluid and accurate. I would assume that this technology is going to be used for a variety of items, including the app, broadcasts and most importantly the gambling aspect.
If you go to their Twitter page, Titan has been posting a lot of images from their tests at The Spring League, so make sure you check them out.
Darryl Smith for 63 yards gain! XFL North 4/12/2019
Distance covered: 93.9 yrds
Top speed: 18.72 mi/hr
Peak acceleration: 3.72 yrd/s/s
— TITAN Sports (@titansensor) April 12, 2019