A number of organisations are involved in the undertaking of the Smart Sports Exercises project: The University of Twente, the Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Sportservice Veenendaal, InnoSportLab Sport en Beweeg! and LedGo. Besides the official consortium partners, a number of volleyball clubs and associations are also involved.
University of Twente: Human Media Interaction
The Human Media Interaction group of the University of Twente is responsible for the research on tailored and adaptive digital-physical exercises.
People: Dennis Reidsma (project coordinator), Robby van Delden and Dees Postma
University of Twente: Biomedical Signals and Systems
The Biomedical Signals and Systems group of the University of Twente is responsible for the development of automated recognition of sports behavior.
People: Bert-Jan van Beijnum and Fahim Salim
Windesheim University of Applied Sciences: Human Movement, School and Sports
Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, research group “Human Movement, School and Sports”, works on the interplay between elite sports, training and education, didactics and pedagogy and new technology in practice.
People: Ivo van Hilvoorde, Jeroen Koekoek and Wytse Walinga
LedGo BV develops LED video floor solutions – lately with a focus on sports ready versions. The provide the hardware platform and participate in the R&D concerning the sensor data processing.
InnoSportLab Sport en Beweeg!
The not-for-profit sports innovation center “InnoSportLab Sport&Beweeg (sports and movement)” works in innovating elite sports and exercise practice. InnoSportLab develops and coordinate living lab activities in which business, sports, government and science work together on innovation from concept to market. Often they are responsible for the measurements as well: development of protocols, measurement and analysis.
People: Harmen Bijsterbosch
Sportservice Veenendaal (SSV; Abel ten Hoorn) exploits sports facilities, and contributes experience and input from that point of view plus the opportunity to work with their volleyball teams. Innovation is one of their core values, which they carry out in close collaboration with their customers (clubs and teams).
The consortium partners team up as much as possible with external parties to maximise the potential impact of the Smart Sports Exercises project. Some of these are mentioned below.
Volleyball club Zwolle
Volleyball club AVV Keistad
Volleyball club Harambee