Fibion Blog • January 2018
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January 2018

  • All Categories
  • Behavior Change
  • Children's physical activity
  • Corporate Wellness
  • Health
  • Inactivity Physiology
  • Measurement Technology
  • Muscle Activity Measurement
  • Personal Training
  • Sedentary Behavior
  • Social Relationships
  • Strength Training
  • Weight Management
Why Fibion detects sitting and physical activities, while wrist- and waist-worn devices fail?
We get asked often how Fibion can detect different activity types just with a device you wear in your pocket. We tell that it is based on a neural networks analysis that takes into consideration magnitude, frequency band and patterns of acceleration in three-dimensional space. Well, that doesn’t help too much if you don’t have mathematics and physics as a hobby, so here is a blog post that explains why Fibion detects different physical activities much more accurately than other physical activity sensors.
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Our work days as caged monkeys: effects of work on energy expenditure

Work has traditionally been a significant part of our lives and our personal identity. Professions have been passed on from fathers to sons for generations, while physical labor and handcrafts have been highly valued. At the same time, physical labor has played a significant role in our daily energy expenditure. Think about how men used to work long hours in...

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