We are experimenting with using videos to explain how to use Rowing in Motion. Let us know if you like it and us suggestions on what topics we should cover. First, we have recorded a video that shows you the basic steps of getting started with the Rowing in Motion App by linking it to an Analytics account
This release contains a few minor bug fixes. It’s available on Google Play immediately and should be available on the iOS App Store within the next few days. iOS: Fixed a bug that prevented the App from cleanly resuming from background in some cases Android: Fix a bug that occurred when suspending and resuming the App during
This release adds some minor features to the Apps and Analytics. This release is now available for download on the AppStore and Google Play. App Similar to the detection of bad calibration introduced in the previous release, the App can now also automatically detect situations where the device picks up too much vibration to sensibly measure boat acceleration and
One of the topmost features requested by coaches on our feedback forum is the ability for coaches to receive live data from multiple boats at the same time. This is a great feature for coaches that often have multiple crews racing or sparring against each other and want to get a quick overview of stroke-rate and speed of each
Rowing in Motion’s mission is to help athletes and coaches improve their performance by providing them with friction-free measurement tools. In combination with a smartphone or tablet, our current Apps combine the ease of use of a SpeedCoach with detailed, accurate realtime feedback on boat performance data and a powerful online data analysis that let’s you track your improvements. The simplicity of this is approach is
Version 1.3.3 has just been pushed to Google Play and the iOS App Store. As always, it’s immediately available on Google Play and will be available on the App Store in a couple of days when it has been reviewed by Apple. This update makes it easier for first time user of the application to
Version 1.3.1 has just been pushed to Google Play and the iOS App Store. As always, it’s immediately available on Google Play and will be available on the App Store in a couple of days when it has been reviewed by Apple. This is a maintenance release that fixes a few issues, while we are working on 1.4 which
After the previous discussion of desirable properties of measurements in rowing, we will now look at measurements that are commonly performed in rowing and how well these measurements satisfy the above-mentioned properties. For this purpose, we will group them by their level of feasibility and insight that they offer into the rowing stroke. Other posts in this series:
In the real-world Rowing Clubs provide their members with facilities and equipment: the boat shed, boats, oars, a gym, tools etc. While most rowers use shared club equipment, some members may bring their own equipment as well. When we designed Organisations in Analytics, we wanted to keep it that way too, so we made Organisations
With the availability of version 1.3 of the Rowing in Motion App for all platforms, we are now taking organisations in Analytics out of beta and make it available to everyone. An organisation in Analytics is basically like your club, team or insitution: it has coaches, athletes and may have a number of devices linked to it
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