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Sensorize Free Jump

Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump
Sensorize Free Jump

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FreeSense is completely wireless, lightweight and compact. The real-time data transmission curves provide Bluetooth directly on the computer monitor. Data can also be collected without any PC; FreeSense contains a long-lasting rechargeable battery and a memory card that can store large amounts of data.

Sensorize – sports tracking technology

Measuring and monitoring movement effectively is an important feature of any industrial and scientific field from rehabilitation biomechanics, automotive ergonomics, aviation to vibration analysis. SENSORIZE offers an innovative solution that adapts to any context: FreeSense the completely wireless and autonomous inertial measurement instrument.

FreeSense is completely wireless, lightweight and compact; it measures 3d linear, angular accelerations and 3D GPS coordinates velocities. The real-time data transmission curves provide Bluetooth directly on the computer monitor. Data can also be collected without any PC; FreeSense contains a long-lasting rechargeable battery and a memory card that can store large amounts of data.

FreeSense is very intuitive and allows data collection and organization software, hardware unit configure and export data in table format for further analysis.

Measures 3-axial 3-axis accelerations and GPS angular velocities FreeSense coordinates in any context. It is based on using sensor device from SENSORIZE: C1-S unit. This unit contains a 3-axial accelerometer (± 6 g), 3-axis gyroscope (± 500 deg/s), and a GPS module with wireless transmission module to send data for station calculation and a memory card. to store all data alternately on board. Thanks to its light weight and small size, which is suitable for measuring movement in any context.

FreeSense can be used in two modes: standalone and wireless.

When used stand-alone, it is sufficient to use the C1-S unit. In fact, you can configure all parameters (sampling frequency, scope, scale and so on) and start/stop data collection by interacting with its user-friendly keyboard. In standalone mode, all data is stored on board the unit and can be downloaded at the end of the software via its USB interface.

When used wirelessly, you can enjoy real-time visualization of acceleration and angular velocity curves directly on your computer monitor. This is particularly useful for observing phenomena and providing real-time feedback. In wireless mode, you can control all functions of the C1-S unit directly from the software, and all data is directly stored on the hard disk.

Resources:

  • Precise 3D measurements, linear accelerations, 3D angular velocities, GPS (optional);
  • Both wireless and stand-alone communication;
  • Fully wireless real-time data transmission via Bluetooth;
  • Compact dimensions and light weight;
  • Long-lasting battery and memory card;
  • Configurable sampling frequency and full scale;
  • Autocomplete data collection by an adjustable timer;
  • Easy to use software interface;
  • Easily export data in ASCII (Excel, Matlab, LabVIEW, C++, etc.) format.

Benefits:

  • Data collection even in difficult situations and long periods of time (more than 24 hours) with complete freedom of movement;
  • An immediate view of the movement has, thanks to the graphical display of real-time data;
  • Complete control over the data organization structure thanks to the complete database interface and easy to use software.

Fields of Use:

  • Human and animal biomechanics and rehabilitation;
  • Sports and match analysis;
  • Automobile and aviation;
  • Analysis of ergonomics and vibration.

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