Example of sensor installation areas

  • You can measure overall body movement by attaching the GNAS motion sensor to your waist or upper body.

  • By attaching it to your thigh or forefoot you can measure the speed or swinging of your feet while running, allowing you to evaluate and improve your running.

Example of measuring data

  • This is a waveform for when running after having attached the GNAS motion sensor to your ankle.

  • The angular velocity of the front and back directions show the speed at which the feet are swung.
    You can also detect the landing timing from the up and down acceleration as well as estimate the force of raising your thighs.

*You must have a specialized logger to PC in order to log data that has been measured by the GNAS motion sensor.