ErgData is a free application designed to run on newer Android devices. ErgData can connect to a PM5 monitor using Bluetooth Smart. When using a PM3 or PM4 monitor, it requires a USB cable and a USB OTG adapter to connect the Android device to a Concept2 Indoor Rower. Not all Android devices support USB connection to a PM3 or PM4, so please check the compatibility list below or test your device before purchasing cables or a cradle for your device. Once connected, it provides additional rowing statistics, stores and displays your workout results, and uploads your workouts to the Concept2 Online Logbook. It also offers the enhanced visibility of a backlit display.
■ Displays your rowing data in real time.
■ Offers a choice of two screens:
1. Screen similar to your Performance Monitor (showing choice of watts, calories or current pace) plus two additional pieces of data from the list below.
2. Screen showing:
■ Logs all your rowing workouts, including intervals, splits and heart rate information.
■ Uploads workouts directly to the Concept2 Online Logbook.
■ Displays your workout information on a color, backlit screen, so you can see your rowing information in a darkened room.
■ Displays weight-adjusted scores.
■ Allows you to view different units on your monitor and device (for example, you can display watts on the device while viewing average pace on the monitor).
■ Indoor Rower and SkiErg Finder access for when traveling
■ Displays weight-adjusted scores.
■ Concept2 Indoor Rower (any model) with a PM5 monitor updated with beta firmware version 18 build 4 or SkiErg PM5 beta firmware 718 build 4 or later
■ Android phone or tablet with Bluetooth Smart
■ Concept2 Indoor Rower (any model) with a PM3 or PM4 monitor:
PM3—updated with firmware version 315 or 108 or later
PM4—updated with firmware version 318 or 29 or later
■ 1. Android Concept2 cable (available from Concept2), part number 2781 for $10.00 (includes an
interface cable as well as a cradle to hold your Android smartphone)
2. USB Cable and a USB OTG (On-The-Go) Adapter (available from Amazon, Monoprice and other
online vendors). For smartphones, Concept2 recommends part number 1093 Smartphone Cradle for
■ A compatible Android device with a firmware version that supports USB Host mode. To test compatibility, use the “USB Host Diagnostics” app available free from the Google Play Store. If the USB Host Diagnostics pass all tests, then ErgData for Android will work.
The following versions support USB Host mode:
Android 3.2 Honeycomb API Level 12 or higher should work but no testing has been done by Concept2. Use the USB Host diagnostics to check.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
Please note that Concept2 cannot guarantee compatibility with any particular device. Manufacturers frequently make changes that may disable ErgData, or you may have an earlier version than we tested. Some devices may require additional steps or special hardware to make it work, and some will never work.
See http://www.concept2.com/service/software/ergdata/android-requirements for Device Compatibility table.
Note: ErgData will not function properly if a LogCard is in the monitor. Remove any LogCard before using ErgData.
Please visit www.concept2.com for ErgData FAQs and How to Use information.
along with the authentic tales of everyday life
told by the pottery.
Traces of a rural society that is still alive.
Marsciano, the Pottery Routes
At the center of a vast plain among the green Umbrian hills and picturesque medieval castles, since ancient times Marsciano has been an important crossroads between Perugia, Todi and Orvieto. The Marsciano area is typical of the Umbrian landscape, a journey through the places of rural, crafts and industrial culture.
Dynamic Museum of Brick and Terracotta
Traces of rural, crafts and industrial culture
Palazzo Pietromarchi, a noble residence built in the 1300s by the family of the Bulgarelli counts of Marsciano, has an extensive collection collects of brick building materials, dating from Roman times up to the present, as well as decorative terracottas and pottery for everyday use.
Camminando all'interno del Complesso Museale di San Francesco di Montefalco potrai visualizzare contenuti esclusivi e speciali che appariranno ogni volta che ti troverai in prossimità di un rilevatore.
Il Complesso Museale di San Francesco, Montefalco
Cuore del Complesso museale di Montefalco è la Chiesa di San Francesco, costruita tra il 1335 e il 1338 dai Frati Minori. La chiesa, a pianta rettangolare è composta da una navata centrale che si conclude con un’abside pentagonale, stupendamente affrescata da Benozzo Gozzoli con Storie della Vita di San Francesco (1452), uno tra i più importanti cicli rinascimentali interamente conservato.
Alla decorazione delle cappelle laterali lavorarono Jacopo Vincioli, Giovanni di Corraduccio, Ascensidonio Spacca, mentre l'affresco nella controfacciata, Natività con l’Eterno in gloria tra due angeli e l’Annunciazione, è stato realizzato nel 1503 da Pietro Vannucci detto il Perugino.
Attorno a questo centro pulsante si dispongono, lungo il percorso, preziose raccolte d’arte: la pinacoteca, la cripta con reperti archeologici e frammenti lapidei, le antiche cantine del convento francescano, ed anche gli spazi dedicati alle mostre d’arte contemporanea.
AutoGroup ha approntato questa applicazione per fornire ai propri clienti un mezzo altamente innovativo per seguire ancor più da vicino il mercato di cui è azienda leader da più di trent'anni: la vendita di vetture nuove, usate e a KM 0, nella certezza di visionare un prodotto che contempli dati certi e sempre aggiornati.
Attraverso le funzionalità introdotte è possibile infatti:
- visualizzare i marchi disponibili presso il centro auto;
- consultare l'elenco dei modelli di auto nuove, usate e a KM 0;
- prendere visione delle caratteristiche dei singoli veicoli;
- compilare un modulo di richiesta informazioni
AutoGroup è un marchio commerciale appartenente al gruppo Grifo Caravan S.p.A. che opera nel settore automobilistico dal 1974, anno in cui acquisisce la concessionaria Volvo per Perugia e provincia.
La collaborazione con il suddetto marchio è in crescita continua: ad oggi AutoGroup è concessionaria per le province di Perugia, Terni, Rieti, Viterbo, a concessionaria Daihatsu per Viterbo e provincia. Dispone di quattro sedi operative, due a Perugia, una a Foligno e una a Viterbo, per un totale di 40000 mq e 2000 auto vendute ogni anno.
and wonders of art, jewels of the Upper Tiber
in a dimension of attractive simplicity.
Just look around.
Umbertide, the old Fratta
Located in the Upper Tiber Valley, Umbertide stands at the confluence of the Reggia stream and the Tiber River. Although there is mention of an ancient Roman Pitulum, its origins remain uncertain. In the 12th century it was known by the name of Fratta filiorum Uberti, as it was a feud of the descendants of Umberto, marquis of Tuscany. In 1189 one of these, Ugolino di Uguccione, subjected his lands to the authority of Perugia, including among them the castle of Fratta.
The Santa Croce Museum: a treasure trove of the art of Signorelli
The town museum is in the 14th-century Church of Santa Croce.
The altarpiece of the Deposition on the high altar, painted by Luca Signorelli in 1516, is the only one of the many works on panel by the master from Cortona that has remained at its original site. The same is true, quite unusual for a museum, of the paintings over the side altars.
to the discovery of an evocative past.
An intimate setting made of stones, ancient walls and hidden places.
Enjoy the wonderful view and the gorgeous sunsets,
from this magnificent balcony known as Bettona.
Bettona, a natural balcony overlooking the Umbria Valley
Bettona rises on a “natural terrace” overlooking the Umbria Valley, near the confluence of the rivers Chiascio and Topino and at a short distance from the Tiber. From the top of its hill it is possible to see the towns of Assisi, Spello, Cannara Bevagna, Torgiano and Perugia.
The Museum and the Municipal Picture Gallery
Situated in Piazza Cavour, the Museum of Bettona is housed in the Palazzo del Podestà and in the Palazzo Biancalana. The first building was built in 1371, during the reconstruction of the town initiated by Cardinal Albornoz, the second building was a noble residence built in the Neoclassical style. The museum collection is closely linked to local history and includes two sections.
narrow streets and naturalistic paths.
A silvery-green rare vision in one of the
most spectacular towns of Umbria.
Trevi, the city of oil
More than two hundred thousand trees extend their gnarled branches from the hills. Trevi offers a charming landscape that enchants the gaze, in a crossroads of scents, flavours and artistic beauties.
The Saint Francis Museum Complex
The long history of Trevi
Inaugurated in 1997, the Saint Francis art collection is housed in a part of the former convent of the Conventual Friars Minor. The complex, which was built in the 13th century, is the result of numerous interventions. During the first half of the seventeenth century it was completely rebuilt. From 1834 to 1893 it hosted the Lucarini College, from 1893 to 1963 the Salesiani College and from 1963 until 2005 the State Middle School.
rich in history, culture and art.
Spello will charm you with its narrow flowered alleyways
climbing up the mount Subasio.
A small corner of the world capable to arouse emotions in the visitor.
Spello, "Splendidissima colonia Iulia"
Spello lies at the heart of the Umbrian valley on the west side of Mount Subasio between Foligno and Perugia. Spello has been called the “stone town”. Its appearance is characterized by the white and pink limestone and its narrow and steep alleyways, arches, small hidden squares, terraces, towers and stairways make this place unique.
Civic and Diocesan Picture Gallery
Heart of the local art
Since 1994 the communal picture gallery has been housed in Palazzo dei Canonici, a 16th-century building adjacent to the church of Santa Maria Maggiore. Its collection is closely related to the territory. The works exhibited belong to the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore and the Municipality of Spello, others were acquired from private collections.
Where getting lost in indescribable landscapes
and in a surprising silence.
Montone, a precious gem nestled in the hillside of Umbria.
Montone, an authentic small village
This small mediaeval village, from the top of the hill on which it is defensively positioned overlooking the valley below, has remained unchanged for centuries.
Montone is one of the castles in the feudal age defensive system that were built on the hills between two tributaries of the Tiber river, the Carpina and the Lana rivers.
The Civic Museum of San Francesco
Artistic heritage and cultural convergence
The town of Montone boasts a rich artistic heritage characterized by the sober architecture of the palaces and churches or the works of art housed inside the Church and the Convent of San Francesco.
Visit the Complex Museum of San Francesco
and allow yourself to be enchanted by its incomparable beauty of its places.
A cultural heritage that deserves to be seen, lived and tasted.
Montefalco and its breathtaking view
Its panoramic balconies offer a wonderful view, as far as the eye can see, as the town lies at the centre of the Clitunno, Topino and Tiber valleys.
The brick and stone walls preserve the uniqueness of Montefalco as a sort of a breath of the past joining to the industriousness of the present.
Complex of San Francesco
In search of beauty
The heart of the Complex is the Church of San Francesco, with the splendid frescoes painted by Benozzo Gozzoli, author of the decorations contained in the chapel of San Girolamo and in the apse. The Scenes from the life of St. Francis (1542) are to be counted among the most important well-maintained painting of the cycles of the Renaissance.
The Complex also includes the picture gallery, the ancient wine cellars of the Franciscan Convent, the archaeological findings and marble gravestone fragments of various ages which are reunited in the Crypt and spaces dedicated to contemporary art exhibition.
the secret techniques of ceramics handed down for generations in Deruta.
Deruta, the Town of the People’s Art
The earliest settlements in Deruta were favored by the ready availability of clay found in great quantities in the Deruta hills and in the alluvial deposits of the Tiber River; the town’s favorable geographical position, due to its proximity to major roads, fostered the development of the potters’ work and their trade.
The Regional Ceramics Museum
The Regional Ceramics Museum in Deruta is the oldest ceramics museum in Italy; established in 1898, it has over 6,000 works and is housed in the entirely restored 14th-century convent of San Francesco.
a perfect balance between mysticism, art and nature.
From the highest point of the town centre of Cascia
Feast your eyes on an astonishing view.
Cascia, a land of silence and meditation
The town of Saint Rita is packed with history: its houses, churches and streets echo the saint’s strength and gentleness.
The archaeological finds are evidence the area around Cascia was inhabited in ancient times, as a result of its central role in the very ancient, complex road system revolving around the Corno valley.
The town museum circuit: an extraordinary nucleus of culture
The artistic heritage of Cascia is divided between two different locations: the main part is housed in the town palace of the noble Santi family. From 1704 to 1738, it was home to the Capuchin nuns of Santa Chiara, who made numerous alterations to the building and who also built the adjoining church of Sant’Emidio.
Cannara will accompany you in the footsteps of the ancient Romans,
amidst enchanting mosaics and unique flavours.
Precious tales of hidden treasures and unexpected places.
Cannara and the ancient Urvinum Hortense
The tiny town of Cannara lies on the left bank of the River Topino, in the heart of the Valle Umbra, between Mount Subasio and the hills flanking the Martani Mountains.
Cannara boasts ancient origins: the first we hear of it indicates it was probably founded sometime around the 1st century BC with the Roman encampment “Castrum Canarii”. Important archaeological remains link its origins to Urvinum Hortense, an ancient settlement which already existed in the 1st century BC.
The Museum of the Town of Cannara
Art and archaeological treasures
Housed inside the former Salesian convent, the Museum of the Town of Cannara was inaugurated in 2009. It is dedicated to the history of Cannara and the surrounding area and offers the opportunity to get to know and understand the history of the area from its origins to the modern day.
fragments of art and traditional trades.
In Bevagna sounds and voices intertwined,
recreating a medieval atmosphere
which should be slowly experienced.
Bevagna, cradle of craft traditions
Since the 12th century the town of Bevagna huddles round the central square Filippo Silvestri, sublime in its irregularity, which it is flanked by important buildings that stand as symbols of civil and religious power. Bevagna still has a medieval structure, but there are also numerous evidences of the Roman period.
The Civic Museum
Artistic and Archaeological heritage
The Museum is housed in 18th-century construction built by the Lepri family which was once used as town hall. It includes an archaeological section and a picture gallery, with works coming from the churches in the town and district; thus providing documentation of local artistic production and formal devotion. These collections are an irreplaceable source of the history and culture of Bevagna, indicative of the community way of being and thinking.
everything that you feel while walking through the beautiful itineraries of Amelia,
in the harmony of the valley
where the eye sees the sky touch the earth.
Amelia, a journey through centuries of history
Formerly named “Ameria” from its founder Ameroe, it was a border town, first Umbrian and then Roman. The Latin writer Catone, who lived at the end of the 2nd century B.C., attributed a very early foundation date of 1134 B.C. to the town.
The Museum Circuit of Amelia: following the traces of the History
Visiting Amelia means diving into the history and the richness of its art treasures and archaeology. The Museum circuit includes the Archaeological Museum and the “Edilberto Rosa” Picture Gallery, the ancient Roman cistern and the Palazzo Petrignani which contains a number of frescoes.
In the Archaeological Museum a multimedia installation is used to narrate the story of the Germanicus. Images, videos and photos are projected on the wall in order to illustrate the story of the Roman military officer and to describe the bronze statue in a precise and engaging manner.
The Toscana '900. Museums and Art Tours App was created as part of the 10th edition of the multi-year Big Little Museums project, sponsored and organized by the Fondazione Ente Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze and the Region of Tuscany, together with the Council of Banking Foundations of Tuscany.
The aim is to create a network for promoting the museums and temporary exhibitions connected with20th-century art in Tuscany, and the related areas of reference through the virtuous involvement of the historical-artistic heritage, but also of hotels and other accommodation facilities, restaurants, artisans, the agricultural, food and wine sectors and the performing arts.
The Big Little Museums project thus activatestours and itineraries that, based on a geographical survey, can be alsocategorized according to museums types or themes, types of works on display (graphics, decorative arts, etc.) or preferred historical periods.
The application, available for both Mac and Android, will be completely free for users, who will be able to consult it to get a complete overview of the Tuscan museums connected with the 20th century, grouped according to themes, geographical areasor preferred historical periods.It will provide information on the collections and works on exhibit, as well as practical information such as opening hours, educational activities, maps and routes.
The app also offers the user suggestions about the thematic tours and itineraries in the region, always in connection with 20th-century art in Tuscany.
The Toscana '900 app has a database with indexing of all data regarding museums, provinces and works that will allow the user to search by museum name, museum category, province, and the title of the work.
It is available in 4 language versions (Italian, English, Chinese and Russian).