Movesense Device Library now Public on Bitbucket

October 4th, 2017

Movesense device library on Bitbucket is used to build your own applications that run in the Movesense sensor. We just made the device lib repository public to all Bitbucket users. This means, developers no longer need an invitation from us to access the repository and to start experimenting with the code. You can find the repository at […]

Kemppi uses Movesense to Monitor Arc-on time with Welding Management Software WeldEye

September 26th, 2017

The Finnish company Kemppi is a pioneer in the welding industry. In addition to Kemppi’s highly advanced welding equipment, their product range includes the welding management software WeldEye, compatible with any brand’s welding equipment, that helps to analyse and manage welding production. On Sep 25, Kemppi introduced a new software module WeldEye for Welding Production Analysis. The new WeldEye module combines […]

New Sensor Firmware Version Available

September 25th, 2017

Hello Developers, last week we released the version 0.9.0 of the Movesense sensor firmware on Bitbucket. This release adds a number of important elements and improves the overall quality of the software. Key improvements include New sensor sample applications: s sens_output_test_app, hr_wakeup_app Cmake files now available for sample applications Release build of the Movesense library available New […]

Movesense joins Junction, Europe’s Biggest Hackathon

September 13th, 2017

Junction is a global converging point for thousands of developers, designers, and entrepreneurs from around the world. It is also the biggest hackathon in Europe. The event is taking place on Nov 24-26 in Helsinki, Finland. Junction 2017 is divided into multiple tracks, each including several challenges set by the event partners. One of the challenges is hosted by Movesense […]

Launch your Movesense based solution with Suunto at CES 2018!

August 31st, 2017

Suunto will be exhibiting at the world’s biggest consumer electronics show CES in Las Vegas January 9-12, 2018. Part of the booth will be dedicated space for Movesense. We are excited to invite you to share your Movesense-based product with us at our booth in the Health & Wellness area of CES. If this opportunity […]

Collecting Motion Data with Movesense Sensor & iOS Example App

Several Movesense projects are approaching a phase where data from actual motion is needed to develop the actual motion analysis. Here’s how you can collect sensor data with an iOS example app that you find on Bitbucket: Once you have access to the bitbucket repositories, please clone the movesense-mobile-lib repository. Open and configure the movesense-swiftapp.xcworkspace so that […]

Movesense Event Calendar for Autumn 2017

Movesense team is preparing an active event tour for the autumn. We are going to be present at the following shows and conferences. Hope to see you there as well! In addition, we have started setting up the next Movesense Meetup for developers and partner companies. This will take place in early October. More info […]

Movesense Level 1 Beta on 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 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 […]