Abstract: A prototype system for monitoring, transmitting and processing performance data in sports for the purpose of providing feedback has been developed. During training, athletes are equipped with a mobile device and wireless sensors using the ANT protocol in order to acquire biomechanical, physiological and other sports specific parameters. The measured data is buffered locally and forwarded via the Internet to a server. The server provides experts (coaches, biomechanists, sports medicine specialists etc.) with remote data access, analysis and (partly automated) feedback routines. In this way, experts are able to analyze the athlete’s performance and return individual feedback messages from remote locations.
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Baca, A.; Kornfeind, P.; Preuschl, E.; Bichler, S.; Tampier, M.; Novatchkov, H. A Server-Based Mobile Coaching System. Sensors 2010, 10, 10640-10662.
Baca A, Kornfeind P, Preuschl E, Bichler S, Tampier M, Novatchkov H. A Server-Based Mobile Coaching System. Sensors. 2010; 10(12):10640-10662.
Baca, Arnold; Kornfeind, Philipp; Preuschl, Emanuel; Bichler, Sebastian; Tampier, Martin; Novatchkov, Hristo. 2010. "A Server-Based Mobile Coaching System." Sensors 10, no. 12: 10640-10662.