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(En anglais) © Article via Cycling Weekly | By Oliver Bridgewood, September 14, 2017

The Notio Konect Sensor array, promises to measure your drag coefficient in real time as you ride, allowing you optimise your position and equipment

"Notio Konect has just revealed a device that can measure your drag coefficient (CdA) in real time, while riding. This is an exciting and potentially revolutionary product that will allow riders to optimize their riding position aerodynamically and also allow them to test different equipment to see which is fastest.

Notio Konect is a subsidiary of bike brand Argon 18 and has developed the new product with help from the Astana Pro Team.

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Catégorie : #Médias Publié le : 2017-09-14 |

(En anglais) © Article via ROAD.CC | By Jack Sexty, September 7, 2017


"Imagine being able to give yourself a bike fit, while you're on the bike. That's what Argon 18 claim their unique Notion Konect sensor can do, developed with input from the Astana pro cycling team...

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Catégorie : #Médias Publié le : 2017-09-07 |

(En anglais) © Article via BIKERUMOR | By  Tyler Benedict, September 5, 2017

"Last year, Argon 18 showed off a drag detection and body motion analysis system that was completely integrated into a prototype bike. By Taipei Cycle Show this spring, it had shrunk to a bar-mounted design. Now, it’s in its final form factor and ready to show you all the ways you could be better.

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Catégorie : #Médias Publié le : 2017-09-05 |

(En anglais ) © Article via Slowtwitch | By Tony Vienneau, September 5, 2017

"Notio Konect stole the show in the electronics category with the release of its real-time CdA sensor prototype. The device can measure wind speed, humidity, air pressure, air density, temperature and integrate with other sensors such as power, GPS and speed data, to calculate drag coefficient. 

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Catégorie : #Médias Publié le : 2017-09-05 |

(En anglais ) © Article via CyclingTips | By James Huang, September 4, 2017

"Argon 18 has been toying with a bolt-on aerodynamic drag analysis tool for several years now, and it looks like it’s just about ready. The concept is based on the pitot tubes commonly seen on aircraft. Photo: Tim Bardsley-Smith."

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Catégorie : #Médias Publié le : 2017-09-04 |
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