The Jets have been ranked as the 15th most tech savvy team in the world, according to SportTechie.com.
One of the recent focuses for the Jets has been the use of virtual reality, providing a unique experience for both the players and fans. To view an example, click here.
Additionally, the Jets partnered with Uplause in 2015, becoming one of five teams in the NFL to do so. Uplause is used to track crowd levels at MetLife Stadium, which are then displayed on the Jumbotrons during gameday. Click here to read more about the partnership with Uplause.
Finally, WR Brandon Marshall partnered with LUCID, an app that provides mental training, advice and meditation exercises for athletes. In late September, the Jets, Marshall and the New York City Department of Education donated $100,000 to the Public Schools Athletic League to launch *PROJECT PREVENT™ *– Youth Mental Health Training for Athletes through Project 375 and LUCID. Click here for more on the event.