Moki

Researchers use Moki data to shape the future of physical activity in schools

ISPAH 2020 Virtual Event

Activity data analysed from over 1200 unique students wearing Moki will be used to deliver insights to the International Society for Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH) this month with learnings and insights broadcast to a global audience.

Georgina Wort, a Bath based PHD student who has been accessing the Moki dataset will be presenting her findings at the 8th ISPAH Congress in Vancouver October 12 to 14, 2021.

Exploring responses to data and opinions on wearable technologies within schools will be covered as will be the role that wearable technology can play within an Edtech environment.

Professor Dylan Thompson, co-founder of Moki Technology commented:

"It's incredibly rewarding to see Moki data beginning to change and form public opinion around the use of this technology in a school environment. It's also heartening to see research based evidence showing Moki delivering positive outcomes for students and teachers."

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