Recognised as a global leader in the live sports arena, pioneering change across Broadcast Production, Officiating and Performance through cutting-edge technology.
Hawk-Eye delivers best-in-class technology to rights holders, officials, broadcasters, and more across the full video and data value-chain, constantly supporting the growth of sport through technology- from the field to the fan.
To be the trusted choice for pioneering and inspiring change in sport.
We innovate and challenge convention for the good of sport through a unique combination of creativity, technology and innovation.
Computer vision, web development, operations, logistics, creative and commercial... Hawk-Eye is built of incredibly talented people executing truly impactful and groundbreaking work in the worlds of technology and sports.
To learn more about our people, culture and potential opportunities please visit: careers.hawkeyeinnovations.com
Learn more about our leadership here.
PART OF THE SONY FAMILY
Hawk-Eye Innovations forms a key part of the Sony Sports business with a shared mission to deliver best-in-class officiating, broadcast and digital solutions to the sports world.
Through the Sony family we open doors to much wider capabilities, helping customers to realise new opportunities and bringing to life experiences that could only previously be imagined.
We work closely alongside sister company Pulselive to create compelling digital experiences that put more control into the hands of the fans.
Learn more at pulselive.com
Hawk-Eye Innovations Ltd. is launched
Tennis Grand Slam ball tracking television debut at the Australian Open
Hawk-Eye passes ITF Electronic Line Calling testing
Hawk-Eye's ball tracking technology is used for the first time ever in Channel 4's cricket coverage of the Ashes
Hawk-Eye's Electronic Line Calling technology is used for tennis officiating at the US Open
OUR GLOBAL PRESENCE
With headquarters based in Basingstoke, UK, Hawk-Eye is a truly international company with over 1400 team members operating from offices and remote centers across 43 countries around the world.