Heart2Save Announces a Product for Identification of Atrial Fibrillation at Home

June 14th, 2019

Heart2Save, a Finnish startup with roots in Kuopio University Hospital, announced a Movesense powered solution that allows the user him/herself to identify atrial fibrillation at an early stage. The company’s ambitious vision is to reduce strokes caused by atrial fibrillation and thus save lives and secure healthier life years. The AiVoni Analysis Service includes a […]

New Movesense Showcase App for iOS Speeds Up Development Projects

June 6th, 2019

The new Movesense Showcase iOS application is now available on Apple iTunes. The completely re-built app takes the old iOS sample app to a totally new level and makes developing Movesense powered solutions much faster and easier than before. The app has two main purposes, sensor data collection and a starting point for developing custom […]

Movesense Meetup was Full of Energy and Enthusiasm

May 16th, 2019

On May 15, Movesense network got together at Suunto, Finland, for the fifth community meetup. 40 participants learned about the latest Movesense powered projects and launches, found interesting partnering opportunities with other participating companies, and went through their projects with Movesense experts from Suunto to get useful feedback and support for getting ready to market. […]

Movesense Sensor Firmware 1.9 and New Movesense Device Service Published

May 15th, 2019

We are excited to announce that the sensor firmware version 1.9.0 is now available for developers after an extensive testing period. At the same time, we are also publishing a new version of the MDS library, Movesense Device Service that takes care of the sensor communication on mobile side. Here’s what’s new: Sensor Firmware 1.9 […]

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 Meetup Agenda May 15

April 17th, 2019

Movesense Meetup is a networking event and a workshop for developers and business executives working on Movesense based projects. The event is taking place in Suunto office in Vantaa, Finland. The meeting agenda includes a general status update of the Movesense platform and community, interesting case presentations of on-going projects, and workshops for developers and […]

Unikie is Developing New Business with Movesense

Movesense developer partner network gets a new member as Unikie joins the community. Unikie is a Finnish software development company with offices in Berlin, Palo Alto and several locations in Finland. The company develops demanding software solutions for the needs of automotive, machine, telecom and mobile industries. Unikie services all needs in integrations, application development, […]

Students Created Great Concepts with Movesense in Taiste’s 24h Movehack

Taiste, one of the development partners in the Movesense network, organized Movehack, a 24h hackathon for the information technology students of Turku University in second weekend of April. 30 students got together in Taiste office on Friday evening and, after an intro session from Taiste, started their pizza-powered hacking session around the clock. The task […]

Movesense Meetup on May 15 at Suunto in Vantaa, Finland

March 12th, 2019

Welcome to the fifth Movesense Meetup at Suunto office in Vantaa, Finland! Join the event and meet other developers and companies working on Movesense based projects and learn to know the Movesense team from Suunto and Amer Sports. The Meetup agenda includes the Movesense platform status and roadmap presented by Suunto and interesting project cases […]

Movesense brings sports performance data to a TV broadcast

March 5th, 2019

Few weeks ago, Movesense team got a phone call from the Finnish Squash Federation: ‒  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 where we would like […]