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New study: Movesense Medical ECG Excels in Estimating Respiratory Frequency

October 4th, 2022

Measuring respiratory frequency, i.e. breathing rate, offers benefits in monitoring both health and disease. Determining respiratory rate is also important in sports science, e.g. in defining ventilatory thresholds and exercise intensity. There are several ways to detect breathing frequency, such as breathing gas analysis, mechanical stretch sensors, breathing sound analysis, and optical blood measurement, i.e. […]

Sports Tech Research & Innovation Summit Connected Academia, Startups, and Industry

September 28th, 2022

Sports Tech Research Network is an initiative of the sports innovation consortium at Ghent University, Belgium. The network promotes interaction and collaboration between researchers, entrepreneurs, and companies to support the creation of commercially successful, scientifically valid sports technology products. Mid-September was time for the first official meeting of the network, Sports Tech Research & Innovation […]

Movesense booth at Sports Tech Research & Innovation Summit

Kubios and Movesense Combine Advanced ECG and HRV Analysis Tools

August 8th, 2022

Kubios, a leading provider of software for scientific heart rate variability analysis, and Movesense, a supplier of cutting-edge wearable ECG, heart rate and movement sensors, promote the compatibility of their products to make top-of-the-line physiological analyzes accessible and practical for anyone interested in the topic. Kubios and Movesense’s products complement each other perfectly, and in […]

A smart jumpsuit tracks infants’ motor development

June 28th, 2022

Movesense sensor allows researchers to create a new method for assessing the neurological development of young children. Early motor assessment is essential for supporting the early detection of neurodevelopmental problems and their therapeutic interventions. Photo: Helsinki University A Finnish research group at the BABA Center, Helsinki Children’s Hospital, has developed a novel wearable for infants […]

Measuring Training Load and Detecting Events in Beach Volleyball with Movesense Sensors

June 23rd, 2022

Researchers at the University of Mainz, Germany, have developed a practical and cost-effective system for automatic training load monitoring in beach volleyball, using Movesense Sensor and Kaasa Data Collector. The team presented the project in a poster at the German youth high performance sports symposium in May. The project started from the needs of the […]

Validation Study Proves Movesense Medical’s Accuracy in Measuring Heart Rate Variability

April 22nd, 2022

A scientific study finds high correlation between the heart rate variability parameters measured with Movesense Medical and a gold standard 12-lead ECG monitor. The study concludes that Movesense Medical can be used instead of a reference ECG for the calculation of HRV. According to the study, Movesense Medical represents a significant advance in both a […]

ECG graph and heart rate variability measured with Movesense sensor

New Projects Join Movesense Academic Program for Q1 2022

March 21st, 2022

Movesense and its development partner Kaasa Solution support scientific research through an initiative called Movesense Academic Program. The program supports researchers with expert tools and technical help for collecting movement, heart rate and ECG data. New projects are invited to the program on quarterly basis based on applications. We are excited to announce the first […]

Kaasa Data Collector LT Facilitates Reliable Long-term Data Collecting with Movesense

March 1st, 2022

Kaasa solution GmbH is a German software company and a highly active member of the Movesense ecosystem. Kaasa is offering its expertise to Movesense customers who need software resources for their own projects, but the company also has its own products, many of which help developers and researchers to use Movesense sensors efficiently. Kaasa is […]

Kaasa Data Collector application in use to collect Movesense sensor data from a sleeping person

A New Study Proves Movesense Medical’s Accuracy in Detecting Atrial Fibrillation

January 19th, 2022

Atrial fibrillation, also called AFib or AF, is the most common type of treated heart arrhythmia. AF increases a person’s risk for stroke. Strokes caused by complications from AF are usually more severe than strokes with other causes. However, with timely detection and treatment of AF, the stroke risk can be remarkably reduced. The risk […]

Our Top-5 Favorite Picks of Movesense Powered Projects in 2021

January 10th, 2022

Innovation keeps flourishing in the Movesense developer community. The variety of ideas and concepts that are emerging around the world is amazing. Movesense team is delighted to see all the valuable solutions that the platform is enabling for a variety of needs and problems that we often didn’t even know to exist. To highlight the […]

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 […]

Runeasi Brings Personalized Biomechanical Insights to Runners

March 5th, 2021

Runeasi, a biomechanics and AI expert and a university spin-off of KU Leuven, Belgium, is launching a new running analytics tool for coaches and physiotherapists to help their clients run better. Runeasi uses Movesense sensor for the measurements. The solution is already used by a number of physio practices in Belgium and the company is […]

How new atrial fibrillation monitoring technology could benefit millions

February 15th, 2021

Atrial fibrillation – an irregular and often rapid heart rhythm or ‘arrhythmia’ – is an increasingly common condition estimated to affect 7.6 million people over the age of 65 in the EU.1 Patients with atrial fibrillation have a five times higher risk of stroke. In fact, the condition is responsible for between 20 and 30 […]

Movesense Medical Datasheet and User Guide Published

February 10th, 2021

Movesense Medical sensor is practical tool for developing new wearable solutions for healthcare and wellbeing. It measures heart rate, single channel ECG, and movement with 9-axis inertial measurement unit. The sensor can be programmed to meet the needs of various use cases ranging from clinical assessment to health monitoring in home environment. With roots in […]

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A balancing act – how wearable tech is improving orthopaedic and neurology treatments

February 8th, 2021

Good balance is an essential element of human performance for everyone in daily life and is something most of us take for granted. When balance and movement become impaired though, for instance after a trauma or sports related concussion (SRC), age-related degeneration, lower limb injuries, or osteoarthritis, the impact can be far-reaching. Measuring and understanding […]

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Doctoral Dissertation: Sport related concussion multidomain evaluation methods in professional ice-hockey

May 29th, 2020

Concussion affects performance Sport related concussion (SRC) affects human performance in many ways. There is a need to improve the clinical identification and management processes of concussions. This thesis studied the multimodal performance-based measurements in SRC of Finnish professional male ice hockey players aged 16 to 40 years (years 2009-2010, n=113; 2012-2014, n=185). The first […]

Ainone performance test can be used to monitor the effect of concussion on human performance
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