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Activity: Takes place with a fixed time and schedule
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22nd May
to 16th June
280 You will earn 280 bronze points for completing this activity.
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Testing wearable technology in sport

22nd May to 16th June
Wearable technology in available in various forms (e.g., watches, clothing, etc) and used in many sports. This RISE project will enable a student to assist staff in testing the validity of these products in the laboratory.

The student will assist staff members in testing wearable technologies in the laboratory.

Specifically, you will utilise various different forms of wearable technology. You will compare the results of the wearable technology to standardised laboratory equipment. For example, measuring heart rate using a watch in comparison to a chest strap monitor and a ECG recording.

This work will help to produce pilot data for future studies. You will gain experience working with physiological equipment in the laboratory but also the skills needed to analyse this data.

In A Nutshell...

  • Collaborate...with staff members in the Department of Sport and Exercise Science
  • Gain experience...using physiological equipment in the laboratory
  • Show leadership...and the opportunity to demonstrate create problem solving
  • Upskill...your data management and analysis
  • Earn up to 280 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


  • call_split 22/05/23 to 16/06/23
    Testing wearable technology in sport
    Project work testing wearable technology