Harle, R and Taherian, S and Pias, M and Coulouris, G and Hopper, A and Cameron, J and Lasenby, J and Kuntze, G and Bezodis, I and Irwin, G and Kerwin, DG (2012) Towards real-time profiling of sprints using wearable pressure sensors. Computer Communications, 35. pp. 650-660. ISSN 0140-3664Full text not available from this repository.
On-body sensor systems for sport are challenging since the sensors must be lightweight and small to avoid discomfort, and yet robust and highly accurate to withstand and capture the fast movements associated with sport. In this work, we detail our experience of building such an on-body system for track athletes. The paper describes the design, implementation and deployment of an on-body sensor system for sprint training sessions. We autonomously profile sprints to derive quantitative metrics to improve training sessions. Inexpensive Force Sensitive Resistors (FSRs) are used to capture foot events that are subsequently analysed and presented back to the coach. We show how to identify periods of sprinting from the FSR data and how to compute metrics such as ground contact time. We evaluate our system using force plates and show that millisecond-level accuracy is achievable when estimating contact times. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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