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|Title: ||整合物聯網技術應用於團體運動訓練;Integrating Interent of Things Technology for Group Fitness Training|
|Keywords: ||物聯網;心率監測;穿戴裝置;藍芽;IoT;Heart Rate Monitor;Wearable Device;Bluetooth|
|Issue Date: ||2016-10-13 14:31:12 (UTC+8)|
本文透過物聯網(Internet of Things, IoT)的概念整合穿戴式光學心率錶配合行動裝置與軟體，藉由無線傳輸達到即時顯示及場域投影的效果，以輔助老師或教練能夠對團體及個人心率進行監測，以便評估各項運動數據而提出專業建議，幫助學員更有效率地達到運動健身的目的。
;The community informatization is changing our life style gradually. As the technology develop more advanced, in the mean time, here comes the side effect. The study of WHO found that the sickness of developed countries people could be attributed to less exercise. Hence exercise and health improvement become a pop phenomenon. The exercise habits would be changed by different personal characters or life style. We should build the exercise habit in the teen-age years. Ministry of education promotes the exercise 333 plan to elementary schools and junior high schools actively. The plan means you should do exercise at least 3 times each week, and 30 minutes each time. Then the heart rate is over 130 per minute. In recent years, heart disease and cerebrovascular disease ranks 2 and 3 of the top 10 leading causes of death in our country. Due to the modern people has changed their life style, many young people, just over 30 years old, has to face huge work pressures. The consequences of not eating a balanced diet and less of exercise may include high blood cholesterol. This also could be the main reason that why the average age of patients with Cardiovascular diseases is lowering. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that doing 2-3 times exercise per week and the maximal heart rate keep from 40%-60% for 20-30 mins to improve or maintenance physical exercise. Exercise is necessary for good health. This research focuses on setting up a system for teacher, fitness coach and other users to handle the status of many people. Let them can doing exercise effectively.
This article describes an application of the concept of Internet of Things (IoT). Using wearable optical heart rate monitors combined with motion detection and software tracking, the collective heart rates during exercises can be continuously recorded to achieve certain health objectives. Through real-time wireless transmitted data and a projected environmental map, this information can assist teachers or instructors to assess exercise data accurately. This system of instantaneous information feedback, when combined with professional guidance, can achieve better physical exercise regimes and health.
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