Press on deCervo

Press on deCervo has come from popular, sports and technological spheres. For instance, the New York Times, ESPN and Wired Magazine have all covered deCervo’s products.

“No one likes bad calls on the ice. That’s what uCALL is about.”
with Mike Kelly | January 17, 2023
“[Though] deCervo and its approach to decision making can help soldiers, the fact so far is really we haven’t. And that’s a shame.”
with Matthew Santaspirts | December 7, 2022
“It’s why I think batting practice in baseball is the biggest waste.”
with Matthew Santaspirts | September 1, 2022
“A deCervo video course for police officers incorporates real bodycam footage and provides feedback on the speed and aptness of users’ actions.”
by PAUL HOND | April 12, 2022
“They were able to figure out differences even within Columbia [University]’s own lineup of hitters about when those decisions were being made to swing at a given pitch.”
with MAIKEN SCOTT | February 18, 2022
“deCervo partnered with the NYPD and it is now marketing its services to other police forces”
by AMIT KATWALA | June 4, 2021

This was the first technological press on deCervo for its police training product, e-TRAIN.

“[deCervo’s] e-TRAIN measures what it’s like to be in that moment and then measure the reactions officers have”
with BRUCE DUMONT | April 18, 2021

This was the political technological press on deCervo for its police training product, e-TRAIN.

“deCervo, a company that specializes in high speed decision making [has] created an app players can use to help improve the brain bat connection.”
with JOSH CASCIO | October 23, 2020
“Trainers are now able to peer not only at the performance of an athlete but rather into their brains.”
with CATERINA GENNARO | October 17, 2020
“[deCervo:] We’re finding that major league organizations are not providing the player development tools that players want or need”
by JOE LEMIRE | August 7, 2019
“[deCervo’s] uHIT remains in regular use, mostly by minor leaguers wanting to develop their pitch recognition skills but also by a few big leaguers who want to stay sharp.”
by JOE LEMIRE | July 23, 2019
““I know (deCervo) likes to call it brain training. I guess it is. We just call it officiating training,” said Stephen Walkom, the NHL’s director of officials. “
by DAVE FESCHUK | August 19, 2018
“Have a dozen Major League Baseball teams currently work with deCervo and nearly all have expressed some interest in a relationship down the road.”
by ZACH SCHONBRUN | June 9, 2018
“deCervo could produce graphs that pinpointed when the batter decided to swing”
by ZACH SCHONBRUN | April 13, 2018
“deCervo, which has already worked with seven major league organizations”
by DAVID SCHOENFIELD | March 15, 2016
“deCervo, a company that specializes in high-speed decision-making”
by SCOTT SIMON | September 3, 2016
“[M]any players, he says, have asked to download the deCervo app on their phones”
by DAVID KOHN | August 29, 2016
“deCervo explores the neuroscience involved in athletics, like when to swing a baseball bat.”
by HARI SREENIVASAN | December 18, 2015

This was the first extended TV press on deCervo. Early in its development, we did not even call our product “uHIT Baseball” yet.

“Can two entrepreneurs turn neuroscience into Moneyball?”
by ZACH SCHONBRUN | July 15, 2015

This was for the first long-form press on deCervo. Within 6 months of this article, Dutton Books offered to expand the story into what became The Performance Cortex.

“deCervo, whose founder has worked with the military to hone soldiers’ responses to auditory stimuli, uses electrodes to take EEGs in real time”
by STEPHANIE APSTEIN | April 21, 2015
“Red Sox neuroscouting aims to find prospects’ potential”
by ALEX SPEIER | February 18, 2015

This was the first sports press on deCervo about what became uHIT Baseball. Within one week of this article, the Los Angeles Dodgers became our first MLB client.

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