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Georgian Rugby Union


With the development of rugby and technological innovation, it became necessary to purchase audio systems for the coaching staff. DTECH, a representative of leading technology solutions providers in Georgia, has teamed up with VOGO, a French prominent producer of high-quality communication systems, to revolutionise the officiating experience in Georgian sport. Through this collaboration, Georgian rugby referees are now equipped with VOKKERO ELITE audio systems and other necessary equipment as a gift from DTECH, enhancing communication efficiency during international and Big 10 matches hosted in Georgia. The adoption of VOKKERO ELITE systems marks a significant advancement in the officiating process for Georgian rugby. The VOKKERO ELITE systems enables referees to maintain constant communication, allowing for swift and precise decision-making on the field. This enhancement not only streamlines the officiating process but also contributes to the overall quality of the game, enhancing the experience for players, coaches, and spectators alike.


DTECH's exclusive partnership with VOGO underscores a commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions tailored to the unique needs of the Georgian sports landscape. By leveraging VOGO's expertise in communication systems, DTECH continues to empower Georgian sports officials with innovative tools that elevate the quality and integrity of sporting events. The collaboration between DTECH and VOGO represents a significant milestone in the evolution of sports officiating in Georgia. As the partnership continues to thrive, the future looks brighter than ever for the intersection of technology and sports in Georgia.



Saba Abulashvili (referee of the international category): "Many thanks to DTECH team, which provided us with a complete set of professional refereeing equipment of the highest level and thereby made our work easier. Before VOGO, it was very difficult for us, because in case of wind or bad weather, the voice of the main referee could not be heard, and the VOGO equipment only responds to our voice. We were given two sets that we use in international meetings and Big 10 matches held in Georgia. I hope the cooperation will continue and in the future we will have this equipment for all games"