What does skydiving, swimming, cricket, football and iphones all have in common with each other?

What does skydiving, swimming, cricket, football and iphones all have in common with each other?
They are all going to be presented by our resarchers at the Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology in Melbourne at the end of Augest. (http://www.apcst2011.com/) Hope to see you there.

The papers:

James Lee, Brendan Burkett, David V. Thiel, Daniel A. James, “Dry-land validation of inertial sensors for the stroke phases in freestyle swimming”, Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011(accepted)

Daniel James, Brendan Burkett, David V. Thiel, An unobtrusive swimming monitoring system for recreational and elite performance monitoring. Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011 (accepted)

Andy Stamm, Brendan Burkett, Daniel A. James, David V. Thiel, Towards determining absolute velocity of freestyle swimming using 3-axis accelerometers, Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011 (accepted)

Ajay K. Sarkar, Daniel A. James, Andrew W. Busch, David V. Thiel, “Triaxial accelerometer sensor trials for bat swing interpretation in cricket”, Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011 (accepted)

Andrew Wixted and Daniel A. James, “Inertial monitoring of style & accuracy at 10,000 feet”, , Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011 (accepted)

Tristan McNab, D. A. Jamesa,b, D. D. Rowlands , “iPhone Sensor Platforms: Applications to Sports Monitoring”, Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011 (accepted)

David Rowlandsa, Daniel James , “Sensor data capture for sporting applications”, Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011 (accepted)

Andrew Wixted and Daniel A. James, “ADAT: A Matlab toolbox for handling time series athlete performance data” , Asia Pacific Congress on Sports Technology, August 2011 (accepted)

meDaniel James, Queensland Sports Technology Cluster

Centre for Wireless Monitoring and Applications, Griffith University
Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research, Queensland Academy of Sport
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“..and if the traveller is fortunate….the destination is two miles father away for every mile he or she travels”, G.Leonard

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About Daniel James

Dan has been working with technology ever since he discovered he had opposable thumbs. Along the way he worked in sports technology, radio physics, glaciology, IT in banking, cognitive psychology and sports science. Before parenthood took over he enjoyed playing classical music, adventure sports and dabbling in martial arts. Today AFK finds him camping and wrestling with his boys.

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