A route reconnaissance has been done by Kinomap using its motion videos technology. Enjoy it (despite the bad weather when doing the recordings…). More information about Kinomap on www.kinomap.com
The route of the 68th Critérium du Dauphiné sets the scene for a long, hard slog stretching for 1,147.4 km between the uphill prologue in Les Gets on June 5 and the finale at Superdévoluy on June 12.
Health, Fitness and Sports : Kinomap also develops mobile applications that communicate with Bluetooth, Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ wearable devices and provide data monitoring, reporting and analysis. Kinomap supports users, athletes and cycling teams.
Internet of Things (iOT) : Kinomap is dealing on a daily basis with a large variety of wearable or built-in sensors. The most popular sensors are set to get a cadence, stride, stroke, speed, power or heart rate data. There are some more specific ones to measure XYZ acceleration, muscle oxygenation (SmO2), lactate…
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