Activinsights are delighted to be taking part in the upcoming BASES Division of Physical Activity and Health meeting on 26th February 2015, 9.30am – 3.30pm at Coventry University. At this event Joss Langford (Technical Director of Activinsights Ltd) & … continue reading »
Physical activity, sleep & industry news
This area of the news contains industry relevant updates relating to researchers using data collection methods such as actigraphy and accelerometers for objective physical activity and sleep research. Along with other international news insights into public health and behaviour change.
The NewScientists features a Goldsmiths, University of London, study run by Chris Brauer earlier this year, using our GENEActiv accelerometer. http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22429913.000-wearable-tech-lets-boss-track-your-work-rest-and-play.html?full=true#.VGDgn2cqVyI The article ‘Wearable tech lets boss track your work, rest and play’ looks at how our lives will change as more firms digitally … continue reading »
The Activinsights team were very excited to hear our Technical Director, Joss Langford, discussing wearable technology on BBC Radio 4 – The Bottom Line with Evan Davis & panellists last week. A fantastic programme exploring wearable technology, well worth listening to! … continue reading »
In this month’s issue of Sports Performance & Technology magazine, Professor John Barden from the University of Regina has written an interesting article ‘Using Body-Fixed Sensors for Swimming Performance Analysis’ which discusses new ways to improve performance during competition through … continue reading »
GENEActiv were pleased to see further research presented at the SPIN (Sport Innovation) Summit, a Canadian sports technology and innovation conference. The research was carried out by C. Nieuwstad and J.M. Barden from the University of Regina, and the poster … continue reading »