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Academic Program

TeamNL Wins Paralympic Gold in Wheelchair Basketball – Used Movesense in Training

September 9th, 2021

Movesense congratulates TeamNL for winning wheelchair basketball in Tokyo Paralympics! The team has been using Movesense sensors to monitor their training and, apparently, to gain a competitive edge. The training tool that the team is using is Wheelchair Mobility Performance Monitor, an application developed by a Dutch research group led by Dr. Rienk van der […]

Movesense Academic Program Expands with Two New Projects

August 10th, 2021

Movesense Academic Program is an initiative by the Movesense team and Movesense development partner Kaasa Solution to support scientific research with expert tools for collecting movement, heart rate and ECG data. We are proud to invite two new projects to the program. Both projects of this selection round are related to health. One of the […]

Neurobit Monitors Sleep Apnea and Sleep Stages with Movesense – SDK and API available

March 26th, 2021

One of the Movesense Academic Program participants, Neurobit Technologies, Singapore, is working on combining sleep staging and respiratory event detection with Movesense sensors to enable sleep disorder assessment at scale. During the project, Neurobit validates its  algorithm for detecting sleep stages and Obstructive Sleep Apnea using ECG and motion data from Movesense. The company has […]

Three New Projects Join Movesense Academic Program

March 18th, 2021

Movesense Academic Program, our initiative to support scientific research projects with high end data collecting tools, has recently expanded with three new projects. Movesense sensors and Kaasa Data Collector app help the research teams to efficiently collect essential, accurate health and sports data from research subjects. One of the projects brings up the important topic […]

New Solutions for Wheelchair Sports Performance Measuring with Movesense

October 14th, 2020

Measuring performance is a common practice in able bodied sports, with all kinds of equipment for measuring intensity, speed, training load and so on. But wearables dedicated to wheelchair sports mobility performance measurement have been lacking. Based on his PhD dissertation Out of the lab, onto the court, Rienk van der Slikke searched for ways […]

Measuring wheelchair sports

Movesense Academic Program Grows with Three Projects

August 24th, 2020

Movesense Academic Program supports scientific research projects with top of the line data collecting tools for measuring movement and physiology. The program selects new projects on quarterly basis and equips them with Movesense sensors and Kaasa Data Collector app that is made available by our development partner Kaasa Solution GmbH. The corona epidemic has limited the […]

Movesense Offers Free Sensors for Finding Solutions to Combat COVID-19

March 25th, 2020

Movesense sensors can be used to monitor heart rate, ECG and movement of a person in field conditions. There are already projects where companies are using these features to detect arrhythmias, to evaluate physiological load and mental stress through heart rate variation, or to monitor chest movement and breathing. Movesense team wants to contribute to […]

Four New Projects Join Movesense Academic Program

March 18th, 2020

Movesense Academic Program supports scientific research projects with top of the line data collecting tools for measuring movement and physiology. The program selects new projects on quarterly basis and equips them with Movesense sensors and Kaasa Data Collector mobile app. The program has been received with great enthusiasm in the academic world and the number […]

First Projects of Movesense Academic Program Announced

December 18th, 2019

Movesense Academic Program equips research teams with sensor hardware and tools for efficiently measuring and collecting motion and physiology data. We started accepting applications in November and have now selected the first projects to be invited to the program. During 2020, we will continue growing the program by inviting up to three new projects per […]

ROTTERDAM - TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute test bewegings sensors op rolstoelen van team Nederland Basketbal. - FOTO GUUS SCHOONEWILLE
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