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The AISTS Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) programme is a 15-month programme that commences at the end of September each year. Endorsed by the IOC and co-signed by the EPFL, the University of Lausanne and the University of Geneva, the AISTS sports management programme attracts over 200 aspiring sports managers each year. A class of 35-40 is selected.
Winter is arriving and ISTA – the International Snow Training Academy – is striving for new heights: its founder, freeride pioneer Dominique Perret, recently bought-out the company with two investors and intends to become a leader in training programmes for off-piste enthusiasts.
Alogo Analysis, a young company based in the Canton of Vaud and developer of innovative solutions that offers statistical data for equestrian sports, has just launched a new product. “Alogo MOVE” provides riders and their coaches with an in-depth analysis of their training or competition, with the data being directly delivered via an App or to a computer. The innovative tool uses a small sensor with an integrated GPS, attached directly to the girth of the saddle, without disturbing rider or horse. The same technology is also used by the aeronautic industry.
Gait Up combines wearable sensors, algorithms and biomechanics, to provide innovative motion analysis. The company, based in Lausanne, just launched its new running analysis tool "PhysiRun Lab".This new product provides sports researchers, medical doctors and coaches with a professional running analysis in real conditions, to improve runners’ performance.
Are you working in sport and would like to increase your knowledge of the diverse aspects related to anti-doping in a time-efficient way? Then you may want to check out the new four-week certified education programme on Anti-Doping for Sport, rolled out by the University of Lausanne, in cooperation with AISTS.
“Healthy Campus” is FISU’s new project aimed at improving overall healthy lifestyles and sport activities on campuses worldwide. It will launch with a number of pilot universities in early 2019. The initiative makes use of new technology, developed by the Swiss company “Katapult” based in EPFL Innovation Park. It offers a premier learning management system focused on health and sport that brings experts together and gives them the tools to fast-track their knowledge to individuals. The system consists of web access and a native mobile app for iOS and Android.
You need a sport buddy to get off the couch and moving? Find them on Smatch, a brand new app developed by two students from the Lausanne based EPFL (Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) and HEC (Faculté des hautes études commerciales de l'université de Lausanne).
In a move to optimise the impact of sport to integrate refugees, SchweryCade, a Swiss-based, independent social entrepreneurship, will organise the inaugural RESPONSIBALL Forum on 8 November 2018 in Lausanne. The event offers the opportunity for people interested in sport and social inclusion to come together for a day of learning, sharing and in-depth discussions.