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Continued advances in wearable technology have afforded us unique insights into powerful predictive human performance metrics within a variety of high-profile (e.g., sports and military) naturalistic interactive settings. Typically, these innovative approaches focus almost explicitly on quantifying, optimizing and/or maintaining the execution of the underlying performance. Equally critical, however, is understanding how the human adapts, operates, and recovers between these targeted performance bouts.
Learn from Scott McLean, PhD, how you can develop a holistic and wearable-tech-driven framework through which to maximize performance outcomes, mitigate risk and support long-term behavioral success and stability.
About Scott McLean:
Scott McLean, PhD is a Senior Managing Consultant within Exponent. In that role, he utilizes a wide range of wearable technologies to support human performance readiness and execution optimization and product development and innovation. Prior to joining Exponent, Dr. McLean was the Innovation Director at Fitbit, where he led a large team in the development and verification of a number of wearable tech products. He was also previously a Biomechanics Professor at the University of Michigan, where is work focused on lower limb injury and disease mechanisms and quantifying warfighter performance in naturalistic environments. He has published more than 50 peer reviewed articles and has obtained more than $7 million dollars in national funding to support his research. He is the previous Chair of the American College of Sports Medicine Biomechanics Group and a past Executive Council Member of the International Society of Biomechanics.