Cyrille Gindre, the CEO at Volodalen: “The biggest opportunity in health and sports tech lies in the integration of AI to offer more personalized and predictive insights”

June 25th, 2024

The Latest and Greatest – A Glimpse Inside Health and Sport Tech interview series offers readers an unparalleled look into the cutting-edge innovations transforming health and sports technology. Each interview delves into the minds of industry leaders and pioneers who are at the forefront of developing technologies that improve health outcomes, enhance athletic performance, and […]

OnTracx Launches a Tool to Prevent and Rehabilitate Running Injuries

April 24th, 2024

More than half of all runners experience overloading at least once a year, often resulting in running injuries. With the OnTracx app and the wearable sensor based on Movesense, you can now easily measure your load and thus reduce the risk of injury, or speed up rehabilitation. — We developed algorithms to correctly measure the load […]

Kaasa Integrates RaceBox GPS and Movesense Sensor in Data Collector App, New Era of Precision Analytics in Sports and Health

February 26th, 2024

Movesense software partner Kaasa solution integrates the RaceBox Mini S GPS sensor and the Movesense Sensor in their advanced Data Collector 3 analytics platform. The combination marks a significant leap forward in sports and health analytics. It redefines the standards of precision, versatility, ease of use and insight in monitoring and enhancing athletic performance and […]

Q&A from the Movesense Webinar

December 18th, 2023

At the Movesense Webinar few weeks ago, we received a large number of questions from participants. We promised to answer all of them and some of them were already answered during the webinar, the recording of which can be viewed here. However, we thought it might be useful to share all the Q&A with anyone […]


Enhancing Athlete’s Health and Performance with Movesense Sensors

September 6th, 2023

In August, we had the privilege of enjoying the World Athletics Championships; amazing performances, tough battles, and lots of emotions. Behind these performances are thousands of hours of training and years of dedication to the sport. As it comes to turning the hard work into competitive success, the athlete’s health plays a key role. Not […]

Adventure Race Builds a Lightweight System to Display Live Athlete Data to the Audience

August 21st, 2023

Porin Raasto is a Finnish adventure sports event that puts teams of two against each other in a test of skill and endurance. In the race, teams completed a course of running, mountain biking, paddling, navigating through check points around the city of Pori. As a special attraction, organizers used Movesense sensors to display live […]

Overtrained or Not? Movesense’s Enni Nurmi Uses HRV Analysis in Her Training

July 25th, 2023

Using HRV analysis in identifying overtraining – Movesense trainee Enni Nurmi uses herself as a case example: I’m Enni, a Finnish national team racewalker and Biosensing and Bioelectronics master student at Aalto University. I started as a summer trainee at Movesense at the beginning of May. At Movesense I can combine my knowledge from sport […]

Movesense Sensors in Education – Students Innovate New Applications

July 20th, 2023

Several educational institutions have discovered the advantages of Movesense sensors in educational use. The programmable, easy-to-use and affordable sensor is a great tool for teaching wearable technology, embedded programming and especially health technology. Universities like Carnegie Mellon University in California, USA, Helsinki University of Applied Sciences in Finland and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in […]

Smart Cyclo Launched a New Cycling Training Platform at Eurobike

July 11th, 2023

Smart Cyclo, an innovator in cycling training, unveiled its game-changing cycling training platform and body position sensor at the prestigious Eurobike trade show on June 21-25 in Frankfurt, Germany. The event brought together industry experts, potential collaborators and enthusiastic attendees, all eager to explore the latest technology advancements in cycling. Smart Cyclo is an all-in-one […]

Smart Cyclo booth at Eurobike

New Research Projects Study Biathletes and Connect Movesense with OpenSim

May 23rd, 2023

Movesense Academic Program is an initiative of Movesense and its development partner Kaasa Solution to support scientific research projects with high quality sensors and data collecting tools for physiology and biomechanics. New projects are invited to the program based on applications. Two new sports-related projects joined the program in Q1 2023: Training Monitoring in Adolescent Biathletes […]

Dunedin University OpenSim Demo

Movesense and Labfront Partner to Bring an Advanced IMU/ECG Device to Health Researchers Worldwide

May 8th, 2023

BOSTON, Massachusetts/May 8th, 2023.  Labfront, a global startup specializing in health data analytics, has partnered with Movesense, a world leader in wireless wearable sensors, to offer an innovative research solution. The partnership brings together Labfront’s no-code digital biomarker collection and analytics platform with Movesense’s industry-leading wearable sensor technology, advancing physiological data collection for health researchers. […]

EBELT Launches EBELT Smart – a Belt to Wear Movesense Sensor in Daily Life

December 15th, 2022

EBELT® is a Helsinki, Finland based company that concentrates on creating functional accessory solutions for everyday situations. The company was founded in 2015 in with a simple mission to keep one’s pants up. EBELT developed a new kind of elasticated lightweight belt suitable for heavy duty, leisure, and active sport markets. Yet the belt is […]

EBELT smart belt with Movesense sensor

Figure Skating Sensor Solution with Movesense Tracks Jumps and Training Load

December 14th, 2022

We are proud to present a new sport where Movesense sensors provide a significant benefit for athletes: figure skating. The German Ice Skating Union DEU (Deutsche Eislauf Union), DEU and Kaasa solution GmbH developed a figure skating sensor solution that detects different skating jumps and analyzes their quality. The goal of the project Missie was […]

Figure skating sensor in action: athlete and graphs of a jump on mobile screen.

Movesense at the Wheelchair Rugby World Championship

October 21st, 2022

Wheelchair rugby Wheelchair rugby, also known as “murderball” is a thrilling sport for people with physical disabilities. The sport originated in 1977 and first featured at the 2000 Paralympic Games. Athletes compete in teams of four to carry the ball over the opponent’s try line. Contact between wheelchairs is allowed, and is an integral part […]

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 […]

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 […]

Neuropeak Pro Launches NTEL BELT for Precision Breathing and Heart Rate Variability Training

February 1st, 2022

The Neuropeak Pro NTEL BELT is the first-of-its-kind, real-time training device and mobile app designed to help unlock peak performance through better, more intentional breathing, or Precision Breathing. Wearable trackers are everywhere. Neuropeak Pro’s NTEL BELT is different. It’s a real-time training device designed to align diaphragm-based performance breathing and Heart Rate Variability (HRV). Each […]

Neuropeak Pro’s NTEL BELT is a training for diaphragm-based performance breathing and Heart Rate Variability (HRV), based on Movesense sensor

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 […]

Movesense Exceeded Expectations in YLE’s Desert Run Monitoring

December 20th, 2021

Finnish adventure runner Jukka Viljanen has set out to be the first person to run across Rub’ al Khali desert in Saudi Arabia. The area is the largest continuous sand desert in the world, and the running distance is 1300km. Jukka started his first attempt on Dec 6th and was planning to reach the final […]

Finnish Ultra Runner Crosses a 1300km Sand Desert in Saudi Arabia – Movesense Produces Data for Live Monitoring

November 8th, 2021

The Finnish national broadcasting company YLE is developing new lightweight tools and methods to produce interesting content about sports and events that would not normally be in the spotlight. One example of the initiative is a month-long live tracking of adventure runner Jukka Viljanen‘s incredible ultra running expedition across Rub ‘Al Khal desert in Saudi […]

Movesense Joins Sports Tech Research Network

October 13th, 2021

Science driven Sports & Health Tech organizations join forces to improve product effectiveness Sports technology is an area of massive growth, with major potential commercial incentives, from the individual consumer to the elite sport level. Products in the health and performance domains, however, are not always trustworthy and effective, mainly because of a lacking integration […]

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 […]

Firstbeat Sports: Athlete app – Making athletes stakeholders in their own data

September 2nd, 2021

Firstbeat Sports has released the Firstbeat Sports: Athlete app, available on iOS and Android mobile devices via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Increase buy-in and make your athletes part of the data collection process This dedicated app gives athletes greater control and access to their performance data, providing a resourceful aid for […]

Jokerit Hockey Club Leads Sportstech Use in KHL

April 22nd, 2021

The Finnish ice hockey club Jokerit plays in the international ice hockey league KHL that covers two continents and extends across several time zones. To manage players’ training and recovery, the team is using various tools including Suunto 9 sports watches and Movesense-powered Ainone Balance. In the KHL, Jokerit is perceived as a forerunner in […]

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 […]

Virtual KnockOut Boxing Game goes Kickstarter  

March 4th, 2021

Virtual KnockOut™ is an interactive, mobile shadow boxing game that uses Movesense sensors as motion controllers. The game recognizes left and right punches and the ducking motion, making the playing experience a proper full body exercise. The game can be cast onto a tv to play live on a large screen, giving you a highly […]

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 […]

Ice hockey tackle

Our Top-5 Favorite Movesense Concepts in 2019

December 15th, 2019

The spirit of innovation and the versatility of ideas of Movesense developers around the world is simply amazing. Within the Movesense team, we could have never come up with a fraction of all the use cases where Movesense sensors are currently being applied, and new projects in new fields of use are starting all the […]

Firstbeat Introduces new Firstbeat Sports Sensor with Movesense

May 13th, 2019

Finnish Firstbeat is one of the leading sports physiology companies in the world, offering its heart rate variation analysis to wearables, corporate health and professional sports around the world. One of the key products of the company, Firstbeat Sports, the provider of the most comprehensive internal training load analyses in team sports monitoring, is launching […]

Movesense Brings Live Sports Performance Data to a TV Broadcast

March 5th, 2019

Few weeks ago, Movesense team got a phone call from the Finnish Squash Federation about live sports data: ‒  We would want to show live heart rate on TV from squash players in the Finnish Championship tournament. Can you help with that? ‒  Sure, it should be doable. When is the tournament? ‒  Well, the finals […]

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