Sensor Technology for Sports Monitoring
Linnamo, Vesa (editor)
In order to be able to analyze and give proper advice on sport techniques, it is important to understand the biomechanical and physiological demands of different sports. In a coaching situation, feedback to the athlete should be given without too much delay. Over the past decades, sensor technology-related to sports monitoring has developed with huge steps. Senors are lighter, data transmission is mostly wireless, and software applications are more user-friendly. This reprint is addressed to all kinds of sensors that are currently being used for monitoring different sports.
Keywordsbending sensors; flexion; PyzoFlex; ski bending; ski deflection; micro-sensor technology; GNSS; IMU; disability; heterogenous group; cross-country skiing race; performance analysis; sub-technique classification; time factor; kayaking; biomechanics; canoe polo; inertial measurement unit; kinetics; lower limbs; load cells; foot strap; foot rest; force measurements; wearable sensors; inline figure skating; sports biomechanics; human movement analysis; propulsive force; V2-skating skiing technique; double-poling skiing technique; global positioning system; tracking system; quantification; substitutes; high-intensity; compensatory training; monitoring system; alpine skiing; micro-electro-mechanical system sensors; sport engineering; training; neural network; motion sensor; dance analysis; data visualization; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023