2. The best available smartphone resources (GPS, barometer pressure sensor, accelerometers, weather & elevation services, etc.) are used to achieve the best accuracy.
3. % braking energy can be viewed (user option) to give insight into how hard you brake into a turn.
4. Routes are plotted and graphed in the app, in real time with option for audio speech.
5. Route paths are color scaled in real time based on the users preference. One click changes the scale: power, speed, elevation, % grade, cadence or heart rate (with Bluetooth HRM) to map where on the ride significant events occurred.
6. A screenshot of the statistical data with the color coded map along with the raw data files (.csv .gpx and .tcx formats) can be easily emailed. .tcx format includes key parameters (speed, power, elevation, cadence, heart rate, etc.) to allow uploading to other analysis programs such as Garmin Connect, Training Peaks, Strava, Golden Cheetah, Google Earth, etc.
7. The accuracy of the power meter has been tested against state of the art, major brand named power meters.
8. Without calibration (only entering rider's weight and choosing bicycle type), average power for a given ride typically correlates to within 15% (with no drafting) of a conventional power meter.
9. Wind speed and direction effects are included! (with internet connection using local weather information, drafting effects not included).
10. Several default bicycle types are available to choose from, or bicycle weights and coefficients can be customized.
11. The app will run in the background.
12. English and Metric Units available. Set in user preference menu. English, German, Spanish, French language support.
13. Reload ride data to show progress and compare rides.
A demo ride and correlation data can be seen at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dgWn7lka0Q&feature=youtu.be
See F.A.Q. at http://www.innovative-app-designs.com/ for more detail.
***NOTE*** For some phones when the screen is turned off, the phone's accelerometers are disabled and the cadence data may be unavailable. This limitation has been documented in a number of other apps including pedometers. Using the screen lock feature can bypass this.
* For best results, prior to riding, under menu>preferences, select the phone's handlebar mounting orientation (portrait or landscape). If carrying in a jersey back pocket, set relative to the phone's orientation compared to looking forward at the handlebars.
* The cadence RPM and averages are tuned to power strokes detected from the phone's low power accelerometers while moving (i.e. not back-pedaling, downhill/coasting, etc.) and is more accurate as the power output increases above 1W/kg.
* The cadence sensitivity can be adjusted under menu>preferences. The default 'nominal' setting has so far produced the best sensitivity while minimizing spurious high readings.
* Noise may be observed in instantaneous readings depending on riding conditions (such as rough or off-road), riding styles, rider's power to weight ratio, and phone hardware.
- Optimized for Bicycle speed. ( 0 km/s ~ 40 km/s)
- Support HD Screen ( high-resolution 1080 * 1920 / 720 * 1280)
- Support maximum speed, average speed, current speed.
- Support Compass.
- Support speed graph
tag : speedometer, speedmeter, bicycle, bike, speed, navi
Deleted unneeded features for minimize battery consumption.
Current speed, average speed and current time will talk to specified intervals.
Interval can be freely set.
Average speed and current time alarm is can be turned on or off.
Built-in metronome. Can be pedaling to the beat.
If can not hear the sound well, please use arm bend.
Maybe you already realize the importance of keeping fit in today’s world.
Many of us sit behind a computer all day and the only exercise we get is the walk from the parking lot to the elevator.
It’s no wonder we Americans are the fattest people on the planet! Does that sound harsh? Sorry, but it’s the truth as many studies have proven.
The good news is that the situation is reversible and one of the best ways to get to work and slim down is on a bicycle.
Here is what you will discover inside...
★ What types of bikes are available
★ Learn the different types of bikes and the pros and cons of each
★ What kind of cycling do you wish to do
★ Explore the different kinds of bicycling you can do
★ What is fitness cycling
★ How cycling can fit into an overall fitness program
★ Preparing to cycle
★ What you need to know before you begin a cycling program
★ Equip yourself
★ What do you need in addition to a bike for the different types of cycling
★ Setting up your cycling fitness program
★ Finding a good “routine” for fitness cycling
★ The right and wrong way to cycle
★ Did you know cycling can be harmful in some cases
★ Warming up and cooling down
★ Cross training
★ How to merge bicycling into a regular routine
★ Charting your progress
★ How to prepare a method to keep track of your progress
★ All about accessories
★ All the accessories that are available for specific types of riding
★ Nutrition for bicycle fitness
★ A good overall fitness diet
★ Bicycle Racing
★ Moving up to serious bicycling
★ Special Bicycles for Racing
★ Difference in bicycles for racing. . . weight, build, cost etc
★ How to train for bicycle racing
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It asks for 4 measurements and stores them in a database that you can recall at a later date and adds in other peoples measurements with modify and delete options. (Example measurements, John, and Susan, in application) Just click on names to load details.
Bike Fit uses the Lemond calculations, a popular and accurate method and suitable for all riders and cyclists.
More on this App http://xmb.stuffucanuse.com/xmb/viewthread.php?tid=8002
- dashboard For bike( current-speed , max-speed, distance, compass , etc .. )
- Review previous records ( infomation , moving trajectory in google-map )
- Real time tracking mode in google-map
- Screen : Dashboard , Speed-dashboard(include HUD) , Statistics , Map
* All Records save by standard GPX type
- Directory : /Android/data/dahie.bike.dashboard/record/
- Previous Version : /.tmp_bikedashbaord/ ( All files move to new directory , automatically. )
* Test Device
- Samsung GalaxyS ( WVGA : 480x800 )
- Samsung GalaxyTab ( WXGA : 600 x 1024 )
- Samsung GalaxyNote ( WXGA+ : 800 x 1280 )
* Support Resolution
- Wide Resolution
- Bike, Bicycle, Dashboard, Compass , GPS , HUD , Head Up Display , Speedmeter
The website keeps a log of how many miles you ride each day, any notes that you want to include and a running total of all miles you have entered on the site and with your app.
If you have more than one bicycle you can log how many miles you ride on each bike!
Account required on http://gobiketrip.com/ to store miles in an external database and save space on your phone.
Create an account on gobiketrip.com. Now enter your username (or email address) and the same password in the app settings. All set, start tracking your miles!
If your miles are not being saved double check the username and password on the app settings screen.
View the 20 most recent log entries from the app. View and edit the rest anytime on the website.
Collecting the right information at the scene of your accident is crucial to insure that you are justly compensated for your injuries.
Use your camera, fill in forms, leave a message on our voicemail service, use voice notes to gather all the information you need.
A must for all cyclists.
IpBike aims to be feature rich - comparing to stand alone bike computes its Garmin 810 class rather than Garmin 200 or 500. If you want a simple app please look else where. If you want lots of features please be prepared to take time to learn how to use them see http://www.iforpowell.com/cms/index.php?page=help
This product is ANT+ certified and complies with the following ANT+ device profiles:
Bicycle combined speed and cadence
not yet certified support for
Stride based speed and distance (footpod)
Environment (Garmin Tempe)
Muscle Oxygen (with beta IpSensorMan)
Bluetooth Low energy / Bluetooth Smart sensor support is in beta testing please see http://www.iforpowell.com/cms/index.php?page=btle-beta
There is also support provided by IpSensorMan for Polar and Zephyr BlueTooth Heart rate monitors.
Gps, Barometric pressure to enhance altitude compatible devices e.g. Sony Xperia Active, Xperia Go, Xperia Z. Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note II, Note 3, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4.
Information categorized for
Bike totals (multi bike support)
While Riding information
Current Speed or Pace
Current Heart Rate
Recent Avg. Cadence
Recent Avg. HR
Recent Avg. Power
Moving Avg. speed
5s Avg. Power
30s Avg. Power
Ride Avg. incline
Current rate of climb
Max Temp. last 24 hours
Min Temp. last 24 hours
Post Ride information.
Max Heart Rate
Avg. Heart rate
Moving Avg. speed.
Ride Avg. incline
Avg. Power Balance
Avg. Torque Effectiveness
Avg. Pedal Smoothness
Times in zones for HR
Times in zones for Power
Save and Send file types.
.fit .gpx or .kml route to follow
OSM offline with Mobile Atlas Creator
OSM Vector offline .map files
Workout interval timer
Multi step workouts can be designed with time, distance, heart rate or power based durations. Targets can be power, cadence, heart rate or speed based. Repetitions can be counts or till time or distance targets. Support for FIT workout format file import and export. Feedback on target and progress.
The free version of IpBike is limited to one million wheel revolutions (or equivalent in gps only mode 2070mm wheel). For permanent use after this you will need to get the IpBikeKey app which will unlock this limitation.
IpBike uses IpSensorMan to provide access to ANT+, Btle and BlueTooth sensors. If you have a compatible phone and do not have IpSensorMan installed you will be prompted to install it. You can use an ANT USB Stick if your phone supports USB host mode.
LiveWare™ extension for SmartWatch
- Bike Information with parts
- Ride History
- Repair History
- Shop Information
(Phon Call, Map Location, Send Email, Open Homepage)
- Calculate Gear-rate
I ride road bike.
So, I think it's better to develop app like this.
When you find some bugs or other opinion, please send email to me.
I'll apply them ASAP.
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Nuclear reactors continue to emit heat from the core even after the control rods have been inserted stopping the continuous fission reaction involving uranium. The heat that continues to be generated by the core after shutdown is referred to as Decay Heat and is the result of the further fission of the large number of unstable fission products created during the normal operation of the reactor. This heat is only a small fraction of that generated in the reactor normally and falls off quickly in an exponential fashion, but it is the cause of most major nuclear energy accidents that have occurred. This makes it the primary concern of operators of these facilities.
Nuclear Meltdown is designed around the operation and shutdown of a Pressurized Water Nuclear Reactor and allows the user to try their hand at stopping accidents like those that occurred at Three Mile Island and Fukushima. The app also allows the user to create their own accident scenario and see how they would fair at solving it.
This is a very simplified simulation of what can occur when one tries to shutdown one of these reactors and is meant only as a crude educational tool for the average person. IT SHOULD NEVER BE USED FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN HELPING THE AVERAGE PERSON UNDERSTAND WHAT CAN POSSIBLY GO WRONG WHEN SHUTTING DOWN SUCH A SYSTEM.
Arrow on app turns from red to green when you have your extension or single ladder at the proper angle.
Ladder Safety allows you to simply place the back of your Android phone flush against one of the ladder side rails and determine if it is at a safe angle to use.
Easy to Use:
1. Position ladder with base approximately one-quarter of the distance away from the wall or upper support as the length of the ladder side rails.
2. Open Ladder Safety app and place back of phone against one of the side rails with top of phone pointed up vertically. If the ladder you are using has side rails that are spaced equally apart along its length you can align the up arrow on the app with one of the rails.
3. If the ladder is at the proper angle the reading will be between 74 and 77 degrees on your screen and the upward pointing arrow will turn green.
4. Move ladder base and recheck angle until arrow turns green. The perfect angle for most Extension and Single Ladders is 75.5 degrees.
Simply, Open app, click on image you like, then long click high resolution image that loads and you can "Set as Wallpaper" or "Save" to your phone for later use.