• Measure and Improve your Technique on water


    The Quiske Rowing App connected with a separate pod can measure, analyze and provide instant feedback on your rowing technique. Quiske sniffs for rowing strokes and gives real time feedback on both boat specific metrics (boat acceleration and velocity) as well as rower specific metrics (oar and seat work of individual rowers).

    The Quiske Rowing App uses kinetic sensors not only from one external pod but also from the phone (which needs to be rigidly attached to the boat). The data from both sources are combined and synchronized and run through our algorithm engine to produce simple feedback to help you improve as a rower with feedback provided after each stroke, on water.

    The Quiske Rowing Performance System consists of sensors and a phone App





    What can you do with the data afterwards?

    The Quiske web portal is where all your data is stored and analyzed. You can do detailed analysis of regions within any uploaded sessions and also compare them with each other.

    In the web portal the sessions are listed according to the time of recording and you can see the boat type, distance, speed, duration as well as where the sensor pod was located during the measurement.

    The Rowing Performance Web portal contains all recorded sessions that have been uploaded

    Clicking on a session allows first shows a summary of the session including the stroke rate and boat speed over the entire session.

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    We believe anyone can learn to row and when improving technique, repetition is key. For fine tuning the motion feedback is necessary and immediate feedback is best. With the RowP App you get easy to understand metrics on boat, oar and seat performance and can focus on these one by one while still on water. With the instant oar arc angle the rower can make sure to keep long powerful strokes even during a longer race. The quality of the catch can be studied with the performance or blade flight path graphs. The quality of the leg work is visible in the seat speed graph, where also rushing on recovery is visualized.


    Our web portal stores all recorded uploaded sessions and allows detailed analysis and comparisons afterwards. By studying the shape of the graphs rowers in a crew can find differences in technique.


    You can also save analyses of certain regions within a session and compare those with others. Log in to our web portal for more information on the analytics provided.


    Rowing with the same technique is most efficient and makes the boat move faster.

  • Measure and improve your rowing technique indoors

    How to use Quiske on the erg and what you get out of it.

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    Indoor Rowing technique is measured by placing the pod on the seat and the phone one the handle. The App shows the speed graphs of the seat and the handle overlaid and in addition to that, eight numerical metrics:

    1. Stroke length (m)
    2. SPM
    3. The rhythm showing the duration of the drive (%)
    4. The maximum handle speed during the drive (m/s)
    5. The rhythm of the seat (%)
    6. The maximum seat speed during the drive (m/s) 
    7. The timing of seat vs handle (%)
    8. The time that the seat remains stationary during one stroke (%) 

    The graphs and metrics help you fine tune your rowing technique so that you can get rid of rushing on recovery, bum-shooting, and other typical beginners' mistakes, and always make the next stroke better than the previous one. Additionally our system is ideal for people in a crew, who want to synchronize their rowing technique in order to row their boat on water in the most efficient manner.


    The level of attention to detail when training indoors should be as high as when rowing on water.