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Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
Mobile Coaching
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Mobile Coaching

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  • 1. Hristo Novatchkov , Philipp Kornfeind, Sebastian Bichler, Arnold Baca Department of Biomechanics, Kinesiology and Applied Computer Science Centre of Sports Sciences and University Sports University of Vienna Mobile Coaching
  • 2. CONTENTS 1 – Introduction into Mobile Coaching 2 – A server-based Mobile Coaching approach 3 – Development & implementation results 4 – Discussion 5 – Conclusions
  • 3. Introduction into Mobile Coaching PART 1
  • 4. » The technological progress in computer science involves the development of new coaching and training methods: Background aspects Part: 1 2 3 4 5 Computer-aided training Feedback systems Mobile Coaching Feedback is crucial Integration of mobile communication and information technologies into the training process
  • 5. Mobile Coaching » Goal: to allow mobile and handy training support for sport-related people, primarily by the use of modern technologies: » Mobile device › PDA, smartphone, MID etc. » Wireless communication › Sensor network (e.g. ANT) › Internet connection (WiFi, UMTS etc.) Part: 1 2 3 4 5
  • 6. Aims & objects » Generic Mobile Coaching system » Mobilization (by handheld computers) » Location independency » Prompt online (expert) feedback during the training Part: 1 2 3 4 5 Athlete with mobile device I N T E R N E T Remote feedback (expert, PC)
  • 7. A server-based Mobile Coaching approach PART 2
  • 8. System architecture Part: 1 2 3 4 5 Athlete-Client Expert-Client
  • 9. Components » Sensor system › Heart rate & force sensor, accelerometer etc. attached to the athlete/equipment » Mobile device application ( A thlete-client) › PDA/MID for receiving parameter values & synchronization with server » Server › Administration, organization of the synchronized data » Server-based web applications ( E xpert-client) › Analysis & feedback to A-client from a distant place Part: 1 2 3 4 5
  • 10. Scenario - cycling Part: 1 2 3 4 5 » Based on measured parameters, the cyclist is provided with feedback information during the training Athlete Expert
  • 11. Development & implementation results PART 3
  • 12. Development (tools) Part: 1 2 3 4 5 » A-Client › IBM Lotus Expeditor Client » E-Client › PHP & JpGraph » Server › IBM Lotus Expeditor Server Description Tool Bundle Developer Kit IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit Development Environment Eclipse 3.2 IDE Supporter Client Runtimes j9/jclDesktop, j9/jclDevice Programming Language Java Database Development IBM DB2 Components IBM DB2 Server (+ DB2 Everyplace Synch) IBM HTTP Server IBM WebSphere Server PHP & JpGraph
  • 13. Implementation results – heart rate (MID) Part: 1 2 3 4 5 » Feedback returned to mobile device via web application on server CALM DOWN CALM DOWN
  • 14. Visualization example - forces in rowing (PDA) Part: 1 2 3 4 5 » Vizualization tool for experts, illustrating 1 stroke in rowing
  • 15. Discussion PART 4
  • 16. Crucial points » Mobilization factor › Web-enabled mobile device › Location-independent › Expeditious feedback » Monitoring by experts › Analyzing the athlete‘s performances › Returning feedback from distant places Part: 1 2 3 4 5 » User scope › Sportsmen › Coaches › Experts » Applied sports (generic) › Running › Cycling › Fitness › Rowing Scope of use
  • 17. Considerations & outlook
    • » Connection bandwidth
    • » Battery power
    • » Costs
    • » Data security
    • » Disturbance and interference of the athlete‘s motion
    • » Current research is a work-in-progress, simplified prototype by now:
    • A thlete-client
    • Server with web-based visualization tool for basic feedback purposes
    • Completion of E xpert-client application
    Part: 1 2 3 4 5 mobile devices
  • 18. Conclusions PART 5
  • 19. Conclusions A server-based Mobile Coaching approach was presented, which assists athletes and coaches in their workout process by the integration of: › wireless sensors applied to the bodies/equipment of the athletes › mobile communication technologies › server-based feeback methods offering a mobile feedback support between athletes and remotely located experts. Part: 1 2 3 4 5
  • 20. Thank you for your attention! Questions?

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