Tiny Whoop drones at the starting line during the first high school drone tournament in Minnesota, which took place at Apple Valley High School. (Courtesy of HydraFPV, from Sportteckie) When teachers are letting the students build drones and create sports competitions with them, it increases interest to combine science and sports – what do you […]Read More 190528 Who likes to become a drone pilot?
Today at our office in Aare with Eric Mulder, aspiring doctor in health science at Mid Sweden University. Eric is pushing borders, doing what has never been done before in ”free-diving”. He is using sensor technology to measure the use of oxygene under water, showing us what is going on 45 and 80 meters under the […]Read More 190524 Eric is innovating diving!
Internet of Sports is starting a concept sharing ideas and inspiration in werables, apps and other tech stuff for the regional outdorsy businesses. Feel like joining? Get in touch and we will add you!Read More 190521 Conference planning!
A day at the office at the national alpine arena in Aare. Full stack developer Magnus is running a tight ship with a new exciting project that will hopefully contribute to that Swedish olympic athletes better can handle change of climate and time. The first version of this edgy app will be ready for testing […]Read More 190517 Solving time and climate change for the Swedish Olympic Committee – with a new…..super app?
Intern Sophie has started with data collection on the force plates at our office at Center of Excellence in Aare. Athletes as well as ordinary people will now pay a visit to Sophie and for each person a movement circle will be listed. From this we will develop a system based on machine learning and […]Read More 190517 Collecting data to make a difference!
Sophie Brundin just arrived from Daytona, USA where she is doing her bachelor. She will cooperate with our project and Ski Team Sweden AlpineRead More 190510 Sophie has arrived for internship – force plates, Al and public health, we got it going!