Smart Run by Humotion

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About this app

Smart Run provides accurate running data. The app is particularly suitable for high-precision measurement of sprint times and cadence on running tracks.
This does not require a special equipment setup. Smart Run allows you to connect to dedicated tracks, called SmarTracks locations. These tracks have built-in technology that allows you to time your run with high precision via a smartphone.

If you use the app in combination with a SmarTracks DX5.0 sensor and a Mobile Gates Set or with a SmarTracks DX5.0 sensor and a SmarTracks location, you can receive the timing results via livestream on your smartphone.

Results displayed
- Time in seconds and 1/100th of a second
- Steps per minute (spm)
- Number of steps
- Distances
- Speed (m/s)

Exercise methods
- Track Run (for running on SmarTracks locations)
- Mobile Gates (for running with mobile gates in combination with DX5.0 sensor)
- Trail Run (for all other off-track running)

- Speed development
- Steps

Smartphone requirements
- Android 8.0 or newer
- Compass
- Accelerometer and gyroscope (only for use without DX5.0 sensor)
- Measurement rate min. 100 Hz
- Good quality sensors
- Bluetooth 4+ (only for DX5.0 sensor connectivity)

Equipment requirements
The app is designed to be used with a belt holding the smartphone at the lower back. Results from using the app in other positions on the athlete's body will be less accurate. We recommend purchasing a flexible running belt that allows you to wear the smartphone on your lower back. Suitable belts can be purchased from our partner Polytan, among others:

Location requirements
For precise measurements of runs, the app should be used with SmarTracks locations or a Mobile Gates Set. SmarTracks locations have integrated timing gates strategically placed throughout the course for high-resolution timing. SmarTracks locations are built exclusively by our partner SportGroup.

You can find all locations with SmarTracks at
Some of these tracks are open to the public, others are private or run by universities, sports clubs or municipalities. If in doubt, please check with the track operator.
Updated on
Aug 5, 2022

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What's new

We have resolved some UI issues and included a new firmware.