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Movesense based projects

Five Companies to Launch Their Movesense Products at CES 2019 with Suunto

December 4th, 2018

The amount of companies using Movesense to build their sensor products is rapidly growing and many companies that started their development during 2018 are soon launching their products to market. In August, we invited companies in the Movesense community to join us at CES 2019 to showcase their new Movesense based products at the Suunto […]

Symbio is Looking for Developers to Create Innovative Software Solutions with Movesense

November 28th, 2018

Symbio is one of the most active partner companies that provides development services to other companies in the Movesense network. Symbio is using Movesense also to create own products. Symbio Smart Safety concept is built to improve productivity and work safety – to prevent accidents that could not be avoided otherwise. The concept consists of sensor(s) […]

Movesense Shined in Junction Hackathon

Over 50 brands set challenges to 1400 participants In the last weekend of November, 1400 developers gathered to Junction, the biggest hackathon in Europe at Aalto University in Espoo, Finland. Movesense joined as company partner for the second time. The aim was to spread the word about the opportunities of Movesense platform to developers and […]

Movesense Meetup Nov 7 Video Stream

November 7th, 2018

 Watch Movesense Meetup presentations with this Facebook Live video. 0-33min Terho Lahtinen, Jussi Kaasinen / Movesense team / Suunto: Movesense status update 33min Richard Tucker / Race Trace: Update of the Race Trace swimming analytics solution 46min Sampsa Vanhatalo / Children’s hospital / Helsinki University: Movesense for monitoring sleep and movement in infants 1h05min Jussi […]

Movesense Meetup Agenda on Nov 7

October 22nd, 2018

Movesense Meetup is a networking event and a workshop for developers and business executives working on Movesense based projects. This time, the case presentations will have emphasis on sports but with an angle that can be extended to many other fields of use. The event is a great opportunity to work on your project with […]

Launch your Movesense based solution at Suunto booth at CES 2019!

August 23rd, 2018

Suunto is one of the leading sports tech exhibitors at the world’s biggest consumer electronics show CES in Las Vegas January 8-11, 2019. Movesense will play a major role at Suunto booth. To make it even bigger, we are thrilled to invite you to launch your Movesense-based product with us in the Health & Wellness area of […]

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 […]

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 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 […]

Holonic Systems Turns Body Motion Into Music

May 9th, 2018

Holonic Systems is developing Holon, an auditive mixed reality app that creates functional music from your body movements and your environment. Holon lets you control a modular synthesizer with your biomechanical movements and biosignals. Holon uses Movesense sensors as biomechanical controllers to turn movement into music. Movesense sensors can be placed to different places on a musician’s body, giving […]

New Movesense Based Products at CES 2018 with Suunto

December 21st, 2017

One year after introducing Movesense beta at CES, over 400 developers around the world have access to Suunto’s all-in-one motion sensor, including four companies that will present their products at CES 2018, starting Jan 9. Now Suunto has released Movesense firmware version 1.0, and has ramped up production capabilities to meet growing demand from companies integrating […]

Finnish Running Kinematics Pioneer Runteq starts using Movesense

November 28th, 2017

Runteq Ltd, a Finnish pioneer of wearable inertial sensing in running, announced its plans to take full use of the Movesense platform while preparing to introduce its second generation of running sports product family. – This is a game-changer for Runteq and for goal-oriented runners world-wide. Movesense platform allows Runteq to concentrate on the core; […]

Three screenshots from Runteq application

Pohjola Hospital pilots AI-based Smart Cast in rehabilitation of trauma patients

The Smart Cast, which utilises artificial intelligence, is piloted in rehabilitation of trauma patients at Pohjola Hospital for the first time in Finland. The Smart Cast helps patients carry out their rehabilitation program planned together with their physiotherapist, provides guidance on the correct level of exercise, and helps prevent any over-exertion that may be detrimental […]

Wrist cast with a motion sensor attached to the cast.