PIQ and Rossignol Start Skiing Indicator to Monitor Efficiency on Hills

Rossignol-PIQ-SensorPIQ has joined with Rossignol to produce a fresh edition of its multi sport indicator for following skiing efficiency about the hills (via Engadget). The 13-axis skiing indicator connects to some skiing trunk and enables skiers to report runs, evaluate converts, problem buddies, monitor greatest rates and more.

it may then calculate numbers like advantage-to-edge pace, gforce and digging position, while providing freestyle skiers air period, gforce at landing, turn and more. Just like additional PIQ versions, you are able to check numbers instantly from your own Android or iOS smartphone via Wireless, but it’s going to store the information for later when you don’t bring a phone during mogul exercise.

PIQ offers a bundle using the sensor and Rossignol ski item for €149, or even the €49 skiing item can be bought individually for all those that currently own a PIQ indicator. These products could be pre-requested until Jan 12, 2016 and will dispatch before general public accessibility in Feb.

Rossignol’s friend Skiing Quest app is free about the App Store for iPhone [Direct Url].

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