In the movies, athletes in training work at their absolute limit. Sweat drips from faces as bodies are pushed to the point of exhaustion. Usually, there’s a catchy song in the background. The training montage, however, is not an accurate depiction of athletes. Yes, athletes will push it to the limit. Usually, they only do […]
Movesense has helped product teams in sports, healthcare, and other industries take wearable technology to market in as little as eight weeks. VANTAA, Finland – January 03, 2019 – Movesense, the ready-to-use motion sensor and development environment built to fuel the design of wearables, announced today that it has now shipped over 700 software development […]
After a lot of testing and iteration, we finally have published the Movesense sensors firmware 1.8.0 just in time for Christmas. The update brings major improvements to BLE data transfer speed for BLE 4.2 and newer phones and reduces clearly BLE power consumption. As a new feature, we have added 1-Wire communication API that enables reading and […]
When it comes to how wearable technology can improve human health, medical science has only scratched the surface. So says Kris Sienaert, the founder of Belgian Digital Health Tech firm ALMA.care. “At the moment, we know more about our cars than about our health,” Sienaert said. “We have hundreds of sensors in our cars. If […]
Konrad Antoniuk never thought he’d become an entrepreneur. “I swam for 15 years. I competed at Olympic trials in 2012. I can confidently say that I’ve swam over 20,000 miles,” he said. “But I thought I should have achieved more, and I wanted to validate the recommendations from different coaches. I thought measuring my technique […]
When the starting pistol fires, or the football snaps, the athlete with the fastest reaction time holds a distinct advantage. Konect Sports, a Green Bay, Wisconsin-based startup is using Movesense to help athletes react faster. The company will demonstrate a new product in the Suunto booth at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. […]
New devices leverage sensors and motion-sensing technology that allowed teams to rapidly create and launch new products for athletes, executives, and the elderly VANTAA, Finland – December 18, 2018 – Five companies launching new wearable devices that provide more targeted, accurate, and consistent data for consumers tracking health, athletic performance, stress, and more will exhibit […]
Sports Tracker is a free to use sports tracking application with millions of users annually in over 200 countries around the world. With 4.5 stars in app stores, it’s one of the highest rated apps in its category. Sports Tracker is owned by Amer Sports and works in close co-operation with Suunto. Sports Tracker offers […]
Team TerrainSense, one of the winners of Movesense Challenge awards at Junction, visited Suunto to present their solution of automatic mapping of the difficulty rating of mountain bike trails with Movesense sensors. Have a look at their presentation here. During the 40-hour hackathon, the team was able to build a working prototype system that measured […]
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 […]
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