Runteq Announces a Motion Analysis Library for Movesense

August 17th, 2018

RUNTEQ, a Finnish pioneer in the next generation fitness technology solutions, announces a new motion analysis software solution for the Suunto Movesense wearable platform and joins Movesense partner network that offers solutions and services to other companies and developers in the Movesense community. Runteq’s software library, Sports4IMU, includes key software elements to implement a commercial […]

Movesense Accessories are Shipping

August 14th, 2018

After a number of iterations and production optimization, we are finally shipping attaching accessories for Movesense sensor. The accessories offer various practical ways to attach Movesense sensors to the location to be measured. Clothing clips, Surface mounts and Strap holders with wrist bands are bundled in 10-packs. All three are now available in basic version […]

German Kaasa solution Joins Movesense Software Partner Network

July 10th, 2018

Kaasa solution GmbH from Düsseldorf, Germany, is the newest software partner for companies interested in adding Movesense based products and benefits to their portfolio. Kaasa has been building solutions and proof-of-concepts with Movesense for many of their customers and created a Unity 3D plugin to visualize motion data measured with Movesense in 3D environment. Some […]

NEW Beta of Movesense.NET released – now supports Xamarin Android and Xamarin iOS

July 3rd, 2018

Version 1.0.3-beta of Plugin.Movesense is now available on NuGet and supports both Xamarin Android and Xamarin iOS. Xamarin is a set of tools and SDKs from Microsoft that allows developers using Visual Studio on PC or Mac to develop native apps for Android, iOS and Windows using C# and .NET. Apps can be developed from […]

Movesense Meetup Presentations Online

June 29th, 2018

It’s been a busy month for the Movesense team since our Meetup on May 30. Finally we are able to publish presentations from the event. About 50 members of the Movesense community joined this highly productive and inspirational day. Participants gave the event a superb rating of 4.6/5, encouraging the team to continue organizing new […]

Maxim Integrated Launches a Movesense Based ECG Development Platform

June 25th, 2018

MAX-ECG-MONITOR by Maxim Integrated Products is a wearable ECG and heart monitor evaluation and development platform based on Movesense. The Movesense sensor features the MAX30003, ultra-low-power, clinical-grade analog front end (AFE) by Maxim Integrated, which monitors ECG and heart-rate signals. The MAX-ECG-MONITOR uses the AFE with the open Movesense Application Program Interface (API) to allow […]

Movesense at Wear It Festival, 19.-20.6., Berlin

June 11th, 2018

Wear It Festival on June 19-20 makes Berlin for two days the hot spot of wearable tech. The event hits the dynamic intersect between wearable electronics and fashion design and brings together technology companies, lifestyle brands, scientific institutions, start-ups and luxury brands to jointly build their way into the world of wearable technology. For Movesense this […]

Movesense Sensor Firmware 1.6.0 Released

June 8th, 2018

The latest Movesense sensor firmware version 1.6.0 was published a few days ago. As always, we strongly recommend all developers to update their sensors to this one. It is definitely better than any of the previous versions. The update includes a number of improvements, new features and bug fixes inlcuding Battery measurement improvements  – an […]

SciTech Europa Quarterly Reviews Movesense

June 7th, 2018

The SciTech Europa Quarterly is a digital science and technology news publication that brings together the key voices in the European scientific community and the leading trends in science, research and innovation. An article on the SciTech Europa issue 27 in June 2018 discusses about the benefits that Movesense brings to research projects with the conclusion”The […]

Movesense Meetup Summary

May 31st, 2018

The second global Movesense Meetup took place on May 30th at Suunto office in Vantaa, Finland. We had an active participation from seven countries and more than 30 different network partners, all working on or planning to start Movesense based projects. Thank you to all participants and presenters! It was a highly productive and inspiring […]