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Movesense Level 1 Beta in Bitbucket

July 10th, 2017

Level 1 beta of the Movesense firmware is now released on Bitbucket. There are two repositories, one for the sensor firmware and and another one for mobile side. The repositories will be changed from private to public once we get a few legal topics clarified. Here the most essential new features and improvements of this […]

Highlights of the First Movesense Developer Meetup

June 16th, 2017

The first ever Movesense Developer Meetup was arranged on Tuesday June 13 in Helsinki, Finland. 35 participants from 20 companies joined for an inspiring afternoon with lively discussions, useful workshops and interesting Movesense presentations. The event started with a Movesense project overview. Jussi Kaasinen opened the event by introducing the grandfather of Movesense sensor that he […]

Movesense Meetup Live Stream on Facebook on June 13

June 12th, 2017

We will stream the June 13 meetup presentations live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MovesenseOfficial/. Each presentation will be streamed in a separate video. You are very welcome to view them also after the event! We try to answer comments and pick questions during the day but let’s see how that works. It’s the first time we are […]

Movesense Meetup Presentations Confirmed

June 9th, 2017

We have now confirmed the case presentations for the Movesense developer meetup on Tuesday 13.6. Three exciting and interesting projects will be featured: Ain1: Using Movesense in rehabilitation after a knee injury Taiste: Monitoring Bokken technique and practices with Movesense Runteq Zoi: Running technique analysis with Movesense Taiste and Ain1 will be demoing their projects also […]

New Firmware Release is out

June 8th, 2017

New movesense-device-lib (v. 0.4.0.148) is out in Bitbucket! This update includes major improvements and new features in the sensor API and eliminates a Bluetooth related bug that some developers have experienced recently. New features include an option to set sampling rate (13/26/52/104/208 Hz) and measurement range (e.g. 2/4/8/16 G for accelerometer) and power off. The […]

Movesense Publicly Launches Software Developer Kit to Accelerate Motion-Sensing Technology

June 6th, 2017

SDK opens opportunities to expand collection and analysis of performance data for over 8,000 sports and various industries VANTAA, Finland—Suunto is making it easier to rapidly develop and bring to market new, more accurate motion-sensing solutions with Movesense, a sophisticated sensor and software developer kit (SDK) that’s now publicly available. In industries as diverse as […]

Global Beta Program Participant List

About 70% of the companies and individual developers that have enrolled to the Movesense Developer beta program have agreed to publish their participation to the program. Here’s what’s going on: We’ve categorized the participants by their short project description. Some projects may include several ideas in different categories. We’ll start featuring the projects as soon […]

Movesense Logo Updated

June 5th, 2017

To prepare for the upcoming first Movesense based product launches, we have updated the Movesense logo. The Movesense logo consists of two forms: a logotype and a logomark. The new logomark is a stylised M that symbolises the versatile motion measurement opportunities of Movesense. The logomark can be used in small size in round or square space, […]

Movesense Meetup in Helsinki, June 13, 2017

May 22nd, 2017

Join us for the first Movesense get-together on Tuesday, June 13! The event is taking place at Amer Sports HQ in Vallila, Helsinki, Finland. It is intended for companies who are already working on their projects as part of the Movesense beta program. The target is to get to know each other, to hear about the different […]

Movesense Development Roadmap May-June 2017

May 19th, 2017

Those of you who are already working on your projects have certainly noticed the recent firmware updates in Bitbucket. They were related to our factory release that included new functions for production testing and calibration. For developers, the new bits were for instance beat-to-beat heart rate interval service and access to the led light of […]