We will place you in the best possible position to monitor the volume and intensity of each player, allowing you to maximize team performance.
REDUCING THE RISK OF INJURIES
We make the entire process of data analysis as simple as possible for you: from planning individual training load to reducing the risk of injuries.
MANAGING RETURN TO PLAY
We provide you with the ideal tools to calibrate workload during recovery after an injury and to safely manage a return to play.
Using this data, we develop innovative and distinct metrics for team sports, both indoor and outdoor, to guide each professional team in intelligent decision-making.
All traditional parameters are available: speed zone, accelerations, heart rate. Additionally, you can benefit from the energetic approach, which involves calculating the metabolic power from the energy cost of running (estimated) and speed (measured), assuming that accelerated/decelerated running on flat ground is biomechanically equivalent to running uphill at a constant speed.
Our Metabolic Power Event (MPE) metric takes into account anaerobic effort and provides a clear idea of high energy demand. It considers all activities requiring energy from anaerobic sources, such as accelerations, sprints, and directional changes. MPEs are much more informative than accelerations alone and offer a clear picture of the balance between work and recovery, as well as intensity reduction.
Recent scientific innovations focus on player profiling and mechanical analysis. Starting from each individual's Acceleration-Speed Profile (ASP), which can be easily generated through the gpexe web application using match and training data (ASP in situ), we can identify the athlete's maximum mechanical potential. From there, we can detect all activities closely related to ASP. This provides us with a more complete picture of the actual bursts and brakes performed by each player.
Through the lt device and especially the high-frequency GPS receiver, it's possible to track the player's position and speed. All data is stored and used to calculate a range of parameters useful for evaluating the volume and intensity of performance.
The gpexe lt system is extremely user-friendly thanks to the cloud-based gpexe web application, allowing detailed reports and graphs to be obtained within minutes after performance.
18 Hz Receiver
The gpexe device is the first GPS device for football performance analysis that uses a sampling rate of 18.18 Hz. By representing Doppler speeds obtained using this frequency, the user can recognize individual steps of the athlete. The resulting advantage is greater accuracy and reliability of monitored performance data (including the synthesis of values like metabolic power) compared to devices operating at a lower frequency.
In the gpexe system, athletes' physical effort is assessed by calculating metabolic power. This considers both the athlete's speed and acceleration, which significantly contribute to their energy consumption.
Referring to a critical power threshold for each athlete, performance analysis can differentiate predominantly aerobic exercise from that characterized by significant anaerobic involvement.
The gpexe web application allows users to visualize data and graphical representations of all monitored performances online and share this valuable information among all authorized users.
The application is extremely user-friendly, enabling easy analysis of any customized report immediately after data upload.
The gpexe web application allows data export in various file formats such as csv, xls, pdf; it also offers an XML export functionality for tagging specific events in video analysis tools. Additionally, the web application provides a REST API interface for seamless integration with third-party software.
HOW IT WORKS:
- The gpexe lt device is placed in a special vest and positioned on the athlete's back. The device detects the athlete's position, speed, acceleration, and power and stores this information in its memory.
The device also records heart rate values received from a Polar heart rate monitoring belt.
- Data Transfer
All player data is transmitted to the cloud (gpexe web application) via USB on a PC using the gpexe bridge application.
- Analysis and Sharing
Through the gpexe web application, the user can view and analyze all recorded data, especially information summaries, graphs, and statistical reports for specific sessions or the entire season. The software, in the form of a web application, is accessible to authorized users through any standard web browser running on any device - PC, tablet, or smartphone.
Dimensions: 45x61x14 mm
Weight: 38 g
GPS sampling rate: 18 Hz
Accelerometer: 120 Hz 3D
Triaxial gyroscope: 120 Hz 3D
Triaxial magnetometer: 80 Hz 3D
Charging system: USB
Battery life: 7 hours
Charging time: 2 hours
Data transfer: USB
HR receiver: 5 KHz