It’s been in the making for quite some time, but after extensive testing with national and international top teams it is finally here! The Rowing in Motion SensorBox combines high precision inertial sensors with a 10Hz GPS for unsurpassed quality of boat speed measurement and 3D shell movement analysis. The integrated WiFi Access Point allows you
Just a quick notice to inform you that we have the Rowing in Motion Smartphone Mount back in stock. We’ve been busy shipping backorders last week and we have set up production so that we have a constant stream of new stock coming in. Get yours now in our Shop.
Smartphones are a great tool to track your rowing workouts and performance. However, you need to take them with you on the water and attach them to the boat one way or another so that an App (e.g. Rowing in Motion) can use the integrated sensors to capture speed and stroke-rate. Every boat is a bit unique
Great demonstration for how the system works in real life, the Coach’s view of the data from our Sensorbox. And you can get an impression of the large range that the built-in WiFi supports.
Testing two Sensorbox prototypes in parallel to verify measurement precision. Data looks pretty good already!
We’ve made quite a bit of progress on our Sensor Hardware! There’s still a few things to do, but see for yourself what we’ve already got.
In the last part of this series, I discussed the challenges in measuring boat speed and their implications for designing a good boat speed sensor for use in rowing. In this part I want to take a look at what other types of measurements are useful for evaluating rowing performance beyond individual power production and boat speed. Furthermore, I
It’s been a while since my last post about the upcoming rowing telemetry system that we’re working on, where I talked about the intricacies of measuring individual rower force or power production at the oar. We have actually been very busy building said system in the past few months and that’s why there was little time for blogging 🙂 Measurement of individual performance is very
In this series of posts I’d like to give you an overview of the Rowing in Motion Sensors, how they work and what considerations we made in designing them. As part of Rowing in Motion’s philosophy to make powerful biomechanic feedback and analysis accessible to coaches and athletes on every level, we hope to shed some light on the secrets of
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: