ALL WITH ONE DEVICE

Validated sitting, standing, physical activity types, energy expenditure, and easy-to-understand reports for the research participants

Fibion is the only research device that has been validated to track accurately sitting, standing, physical activity types and energy expenditure. The tracked physical activity types are slow walking, brisk walking, cycling, and high-intensity activity.

Fibion has also been shown to be valid categorizing physical activity into light (LPA), moderate (MPA), and vigorous (VPA) intensity physical activity.

Advanced analysis algorithms and positioning of the device on the thigh instead of the waist or wrist gives considerably more accurate results especially related to sedentary behaviours and low-intensity physical activities.

In addition to scientific accuracy, Fibion provides automatically produced and easy-to-understand reports for research participants.

ADVANTAGES

Fibion provides considerable advantages compared to other research solutions as it can accurately measure both sitting, standing and different intensities of activity.

Validated sitting and physical activity measurement

Validated light, moderate and vigorous physical activity measurement

Validated light, moderate and vigorous physical activity measurement

Activity type recognition and posture allocation (sitting, standing, walking, cycling, high-intensity activity)

Easy and graphical feedback report to research participants

Continuous recording of up to 30 days with one charge

The device cannot be stopped by the research participant

Versatile wearing possibilities for the device

Download Whitepaper

To get a more detailed view of the energy estimation method used in the Fibion Research products, please download the following white paper: "An Energy Expenditure Estimation Method based on Tri-Axial Accelerometry and Advanced Activity Type Classification".

Download Product Sheet

To get a more detailed view of the Fibion Research products, please download the product sheet.

TESTIMONIALS

Phd arto pesas, chief scientific officer of fbi.

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