We stand with the research community.

With over 15 papers published using IMU sensors, we recognise that research plays a major role in innovation, which is why we are committed to giving back to the research community.

IMU Research Papers

IMU Research
February 26, 2018

The importance of measuring lower limb cumulative load in sport: a mechanobiological approach

Dr. Thor Besier, Chief Scientist, I Measure U Ltd.
IMU Research
November 11, 2017

Men and women adopt similar walking mechanics and muscle activation patterns during load carriage

Journal of Biomechanics
IMU Research
November 11, 2017

Predicting the metabolic cost of incline walking from muscle activity and walking mechanics

Journal of Biomechanics
IMU Research
January 31, 2015

Running with a load increases leg stiffness

Published Journal of Biomechanics 46 (2013) 2522–2528 Article history: Accepted 31 January 2015 Authors Amy…

Customer Research Using IMU

Customer Research
September 25, 2018

Impact load monitoring using inertial measuremement units on different viscoelastic sport surfaces: a technical report

Authors Elizabeth J. Bradshaw Centre for Sport Research, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin…
Customer Research
September 25, 2018

The measurement of tibial acceleration in runners – A review of the factors that can affect tibial acceleration…

Authors Kelly R.Sheerin Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ), Faculty of Health and Environmental…
Customer Research
November 29, 2017

A kinematic analysis of the backward 2.5 somersaults with 1.5 twists dive (5253b) from the 3m springboard

Authors Cherie A Walker Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney, Australia New South…
Customer Research
November 29, 2017

Relationship Between Tibial Acceleration and Proximal Anterior Tibia Shear Force Across Increasing Jump Distance

Published Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 2014, 30, 75-81 Authors Timothy C. Sell, Jonathan S. Akins,…

Past Research Projects

NSWIS diving

The New South Wales Institute of Sport is using I Measure U’s sensors to collect data to drive their mathematical models of spring board and platform pool divers.

Taniwha project

Taniwha project – The Auckland Bioengineering Institute’s Biomemetics group have designed a human-powered submarine that they are taking over to Gassport, England.