24-hour Activity Cycle model (24-HAC)

Measure every minute that matters

The movisens webinar shows researchers ways to precisely access the four components of the 24-HAC model with our wearable sensor technologies. We'll focus on the objective measurement of the time-spent in every activity, the optimal wear position of our sensors as well as applying precise analytic methods to the 24-HAC model.
The lecture closes with a discussion about future applications of the 24-HAC model.
Register in time; as we all know: every minute matters!

ISAPA Move 4 Starter Set Winner

As part of our ISAPA Break Session event, movisens held a Raffle to win a Move 4 Starter Set. Out of numerous participants we chose Merja Rantakokko from JAMK University in Finland as the winner!
Congratulations!
We wish Merja a lot of success with our Move 4 for her upcoming research work and look forward to reporting on her results in the near future.

Webinar: The COVID-19 impact on research

Have a look at our webinar anytime!
We’re honored by Dr. Kathrin Wunsch (Karlsruher Institute of Technology) and M.Sc. Anja Feneberg (University of Vienna) who detail their projects and provide recommendations on the optimal implementation of an Ambulatory Assessment study and the challenges they faced during the pandemic.

Winner of the raffle at the APS Conference 2021

Congratulations John McGill from the DePaul University in Chicago for winning a movisensXS Basic Bundle along with a Study Design Check at the APS Conference.
The movisens team wishes John McGill all the best for his research project with movisensXS.

ISAPA 2021

This year's International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) takes place online from the 15th till 18th of June and is organized by the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences at Jyväskylä University in Finland.
The overall theme of ISAPA 2021 is "Quality partnerships in Adapted Physical Activity: Stronger Together!"

movisens will be present at ISAPA as an exhibitor with a virtual booth. On Wednesday, 16th June, there will be a 30-minute slot between the presentations from 15:30 to 16:00 in which visitors can join us in a Live Zoom room. There will be a product presentation and a raffle from us, where you can win a Move 4.
We are look forward to see you there!

Webinar: HRV Monitoring with movisens

Join our webinar "HRV Monitoring with movisens" and learn more about the practical implementation of the measurement process with the movisens ECG- and activity sensor, EcgMove 4.

We will present recommendations for heart rate variability monitoring and demonstrate the practical implementation of the measurement process with the EcgMove 4. You will learn about the importance of the measurement method used by movisens in order to capture high quality data for HRV analysis.
Furthermore, we are delighted to be joined by an experienced scientist from the University of Graz who will share experiences with HRV Monitoring and primarily focus on the new method of interactive HRV assessment.

You can register for free. We can’t wait to see you online!

movisens promoting young scientists

Sustainable high-quality science hinges on promoting research competence, innovation, and academic training of our future scientists. movisens promotes numerous programs to support young scientists.
These include our student projects, for which any young scientist in the field of Ambulatory Assessment, Mobile Monitoring, or Experience Sampling can apply with innovative research ideas. If we like the idea, the students are granted the opportunity to implement their study and project ideas with the help of free loan sensors and software. Each successfully completed student project can also participate in the competition for our "Student Project of the Year" award. The winner gains not only recognition, but also prizes to assist them in their future research.
In addition, movisens is an official partner of the DVS Young Scientists Workshop of the "Young Scientists" commission. Students receive informative support in the implementation of technological research solutions in addition to study planning and implementation through exclusive workshops and webinars and also through financial support.
movisens also supports the ASP Young Scientists Workshop as well as the Peer Mentoring Program of the Division of Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology of the DGPs in the form of scholarships and topic-specific lectures.
This year for the first time, movisens takes part in a DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) project. The focus of this international co-operation is the promotion of young scientists and the improvement of teaching in Egypt. In this context, movisens will provide sensors and software for the planned summer school and hold a workshop.

Webinar: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior

movisens presents modern sensor solutions, and shares information from experienced researchers within the field of sedentary behavior.

Topics:
  • Valid measurement of sedentary behaviour
  • Current possibilities with movisens equipment
  • Best practice example study
  • Innovations by movisens

Webinar: Research during a pandemic – now available!

The COVID19 Pandemic forces scientists to look for new ways forward – In order to help scientists to continue research in times of the pandemic movisens organized a free webinar about the corresponding topic, which was a great success! movisens was very happy to welcome so many participants on November 25th.

For all those who could not attend the webinar we uploaded the webinar presentation "Research during a pandemic".

movisens is looking forward to welcome you again at the next webinar "Best practice session with movisens: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior". Sign up now!

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Best practice session with movisens: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior

"Whoever sits longer dies younger"" and ""Sitting is the new smoking"".
These headlines come from recent behavioral and health related studies. Due to such conclusions sedentary behavior demands the attention of researchers, and the general public looks on with interest.

With the activity sensor Move 4 movisens provides a convenient way to track the activity levels of the participants, distinguish between sitting/lying and standing, determine the level of activity intensity and trigger interventions through the experience sampling app movisensXS.

In our webinar „Best practice session with movisens: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior movisens presents modern sensor solutions, and shares information from experienced researchers within the field of sedentary behavior. Enrol in our webinar to learn the best strategies to measure sedentary behavior.