Zephyr Components: the Technology

ZEPHYR TECHNOLOGY 

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HOW IT WORKS

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Sensors

Lightweight Wearable monitoring devices record continuous performance data.  

 

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Communication       

Data is transmitted via ECHO or Bluetooth Low Energy.

 

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Display    

Zephyr OmniSense™ software analyzes and displays data both Live in real-time and for post session analysis

Smart Fabric Garments   

Zephyr's powerful biomodule and GPS sensors snap in to compression shirt, bra, or BioHarness strap. Zephyr garments contain smart fabric sensor areas incorporated into the material which transmit vital physiological and movement data directly to the Biomodule which records, processes, and stores athlete data for later download. 

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WHAT ZEPHYR MEASURES: The system continuosly records and reports on more than 20 performance biometrics.

Heart Rate

Breathing Rate

Heart Rate Variability

Heart Rate Recovery

% Of Heart Rate at Anaerobic threshold

Physical positioning and Posture

Body Movement in three planes Lateral, Sagittal, and Vertical

Peak Acceleration

Force Exerted

Impacts

Explosiveness and RFD

Peak Forces

Jump Height and Flight time

Caloric Expenditure

Physiological Load and Effort over time

Instant Physiological Intensity

Movement and Acceleration Load

Movement Intensity in each moment

Training intensity

Accumulated Training Load

GPS Speed and Distance 

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 At Stanford University, Strength Coach Jason Quan is in charge of making sure that his teams are able to keep up with changing sports science technology.  Whether it’s Stanford’s Nationally Ranked Women’s Tennis program, their Men’s Golf, or Soccer teams, or even their Women’s Swimming and Gymnastics programs – Zephyr’s PSM Training ECHO allows him to ...

” ...quantify their training load. To push them to their threshold without going past it."

”In Tennis that’s particularly important – where there is no clock to run out."  Matches can last hours. As Jason tells it: “You hear announcers say after a long match, ‘they outlasted their opponent'…you don’t want to outlast your opponent; you want to outplay your opponent. “

Zephyr’s GPS Training ECHO helps Stanford's athletes to avoid season-ending training injuries. The ability to remotely monitor all of his athletes has been particularly convenient for Jason...

“Managing injuries is what we are trying to do” Because it allows athletes and their coaches to understand when they are pushing themselves too hard, “we can monitor players over 150 yards outside of the gym.”  “No other monitoring system was able to do both [Live monitoring and data Logging] like the BioHarness does. It’s really important to use both.  It’s very cool to be able to manipulate all those variables…athletes are more engaged in their own physical effort, which made our ESD [training sessions] more effective."  Zephyr provided data that allowed us to see Energy Systems Development training from a different perspective. This allowed us to make more appropriate progressions and modifications in our training programs, so that we provide better care and more effective training.”

For the Full case study article go>> http://zephyranywhere.com/zephyr-labs/case-studies/stanford-university-case-study/