Flowstate Zone secures Innovation Award at 2023 Surf Park Summit
Flowstate Zone, the technology behind URBNSURF Clips, has emerged as the recipient of the highly coveted Innovation Award at the 2023 Surf Park Summit. The event, which brought together industry leaders, visionaries, and innovators, featured strong competition that saw Flowstate Zone triumph over formidable finalists, and industry leaders in wave making, Wavegarden and Surf Lakes.
Flowstate Zone’s automated video capture technology is currently available at URBNSURF in Melbourne, Australia and soon to be URBNSURF Sydney upon its opening in early 2024.
“We are deeply honored to receive the Innovation Award at the 2023 Surf Park Summit,” said Luke Wallace, Founder & CEO at Flowstate Zone. “This recognition affirms our dedication to revolutionizing the surf park landscape by enabling our surf park partners effortless access to premium content products and providing surfers with unparalleled experiences. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the judges, URBNSURF, and the entire Flowstate Zone team whose tireless efforts made this achievement possible.”
Here’s how it works: Within minutes of finishing your session at URBNSURF, you can go on their website and find all your waves clipped in HD. You select the surfer whose waves you want to purchase and for $25 Australian dollars (USD $17) you can download all your waves from the session. Gone are the hassles of organizing clips, storing large files, and editing hours of footage.
“We’d like to thank the entire team at URBNSURF for their support and sharing our vision for creating dedicated software for the surf park industry,” said Wallace. “A special shout out must also go out to the Melbourne surf community and all of the surfers whom have travelled from around the country and afar whom have embraced URBNSURF Clips by Flowstate and engage with the platform on a daily basis.”
Representing Flowstate at the Surf Park Summit was CEO Luke Wallace, COO Ben Robertson, CPO Mike Mortimer, CTO Chris Hausler, Coach Andy King and Head of Marketing at URBNSURF Hayley Wallace.
Main image at top of article by John Cocozza