Using body sensors for evaluating experiences with smart cycling technology

M. R. Boot, M. B. Ulak, K. T. Geurs, P. J. M. HavingaConference room

  1. Impact of smart cycling technologies on cycling experience is increasing and should be evaluated, and evaluations preferably include data from body sensors.
  2. Studies that use data from body sensors are limited in number and scope.
  3. The conceptual framework in this study guides choices on factors and methods about the use of body sensor data in future evaluations of experiences with SCTs.
  4. Knowledge gaps remain about reliability of sensor data, moving towards sensor networks, diversity of experiences, and causal analysis.  

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