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Analysis of wireless inertial sensing for athlete coaching support
Abstract
The use of inertial sensors for distinguishing different types of users’ everyday activities was demonstrated in existing work. The SEnsing for Sports And Managed Exercise (SESAME) project investigates a different aspect of on-body wireless inertial sensing: one of the major aims of the project is to evaluate whether inertial sensors are useful for detecting the smallest details of a rapidly moving (foot) motion of a sprinter, which would be useful for coaching support. In this paper, we present our on-body wireless inertial sensing system, and analyse our system in three aspects: a) a foot motion analysis using the collected inertial data of sprinters; b) the system’s physical characteristics (i.e. weight and operational behaviour); and c) the system’s wireless performances.
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