SWIMTAG has been installed within the Sports Centres the University of Birmingham and the University of East Anglia.
Both sites have large 50m pools and give access to members of the public as well as staff and students.
The University of Birmingham have invested a total of £55m in their new centre which opened in time for the start of the new University year.
UEA's Sportspark was opened in 2001 and it's Olympic pool is named after the famous Turkey Farmer Bernard Matthews who contributed to the cost of it's construction.
222 Sports Business Development Manager Colin Scott said "We are delighted to have two more prestigious universities using our technology. They join a number of other universities such as University College Dublin, The University Of Sheffield, De Montford and Oxford Brookes, who successfully use SWIMTAG to inspire students and community members alike to swim more. Usage at both sites has been great with the University of Birmingham in particular looking like they are going to become one of our busiest sites".