The project, which will be carried out separately from the bid for the operation of the KBO League automatic pitch judgment system in November last year, aims to provide Futures League players with an environment to adapt to the ABS introduced in the KBO League in 2024 through the application of the ABS system in some stadiums and games, and to study ways to improve the ABS system and establish future development plans through securing and analyzing more diverse data results.
Based on the results of the last Futures League pilot operation, the company selected through the bidding will be in charge of all related equipment, system installation, program development, data analysis, and manpower operation for ABS operation at some Futures League stadiums designated by KBO.
In addition, he will be in charge of planning, developing, and operating a guide page to collect ABS-related opinions from athletes and field officials and help more efficient external explanation and promotion in the future.
Details of the bidding can be found through the bidding proposal for the project, which was announced on the Nara Market operated by the Public Procurement Service, and companies wishing to bid can prepare proposals and necessary documents and visit the KBO Operations 1 team (6th floor) by 11:30 a.m. on March 5. However, mail, e-mail, and fax are not available.