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The most accurate technology
ever implemented in an equine sensor.
Reliable data with unmatched precision.
The Move analyzes with extreme precision the displacement of your horse in a 3D environment. It detects your lateral balance – are you balanced? Straightness – Is your horse in axis? It also detects cadence, speed and the intensity of the session.
An ingenious system that binds in harmony with the horse.
The Move attaches and detaches easily from the girth. Either with our robust leather attachment included in the pack, or with a specific girth made by Amerigo Saddle (sold separately).
Quick start – only one button.
Start your session quickly without the need of your smartphone by simply pressing the unique button on the Move sensor.
Perfectly optimized for the main equine disciplines.
In competition or in training, analyze your ride in every details.
Analyze unique parameters, such as: amplitude, straightness, GPS path of your runs.
Follow your horse’s locomotion evolution.
Optimized the effort of your horse with data like: speed, GPS path, distance and intensity.
Follow your path at the three gaits and keep an eye on your horse locomotion.
Precise and useful data.
Specially created and developed by a team of Swiss riders and engineers, the Move gives you the most precise data on the market. Thanks to a top-notch technology, used too in aeronautics industry, the Move provides a unique in-depth analysis of the horse’s movement, like the real 3D trajectory.
Browse your sessions on the device you want.
By using our centralized platform, visualize your data on any media, smartphones, tablets or computers.
Alogo Move Pro has a multitude of benefits: it allows you to follow your horse's progress and improve your performance; to have a better understanding of your horse and to adapt your training to its needs by finding the optimal parameters; to validate your sensations thanks to objective and precise data; to monitor your horse's locomotion and anticipate injuries.
Simply turn on your Move Pro by pressing the ON/OFF button for 3s, slide it into the sensor holder previously attached to your girth, start recording from the ON/OFF button or via the Alogo app and ride your horse as usual. At the end of your training session, open the Alogo app to view your results directly on your phone.
No, today the Live is a service for show organizers, while the Move Pro is a product for any rider who wants to measure their progress and to monitor their horse's health.
Yes. We have designed Alogo Move Pro to be resistant to the extreme conditions of equestrian sports. The Move Pro is water, shocks, dust restistant as well as high temperatures. In addition, the case of our sensor holder and the girth with integrated case from Amerigo adds extra protection.
Alogo Move Pro has been designed to respect the horse's natural movement and not to cause any discomfort.
Alogo Move Pro is currently available for sale through our website or through our worldwide distributors.
No, you don't necessarily need to buy a new girth. You can simply attach the Move Pro to your own girth using the sensor holder that is included in your Alogo Move Pro kit. However, for better integration, we recommend that you use the Amerigo girth which was designed specifically for our product.
Position the sensor holder in the middle of your girth. (It is very important that the sensor is in the center of the girth for your balance data to be usable. Then surround your girth with the scratches on each side.
Attention: The sensor holder must be firmly attached to the girth and must not move! Otherwise the collected data cannot be processed.
The vast majority of girth sold on the market are compatible with our sensor holder. However, it is important to use the right version of the sensor holder with the type of your girth, i.e. the "jumping" version for a stud girth and the "dressage" version for a dressage girth. Our tests revealed that the following girths could prevent reliable data collection:
We recommend that you do not use these girths with our sensor.
For the sessions to be recorded correctly, you must pay attention to the orientation of the sensor in the sensor holder case. The LED, the ON/OFF button and the USB plug must be on the left side of the horse. The marking "GROUND" towards the ground, "HORSE" towards the horse and the arrows must point to the back of the horse.
N.B.: Please be careful to pause or stop the recording in progress if you need to loosen the girth or if you wish to remove the sensor from the sensor holder in order not to distort the motion data recorded during the session.
The sensor holder of Alogo Move Pro has been designed to fit a wide range of girths. We offer two different versions:
It may be that our sensor holder is not ideally suited for certain very particular girths. In case of doubt, we advise you to contact us before ordering.
Alogo Move Pro can be used for jumping, dressage, outriding, flat work, gymnastics and cross-country. We plan to implement new features regularly and to allow the analysis of other disciplines at a later stage.
Yes, most equestrian federations authorize the wearing of motion sensors in competitions.
The majority of Apple devices running iOS 14 are compatible with our sensor. However we recommend that you always use the latest version of iOS. An Android version will be available later. If you have any doubt, contact us and we will inform you.
Not at all! Alogo Move Pro has been designed so that you can still start and finish recording your session without a smartphone. However, you will need it to synchronize your data and display your results.
Yes, all your sessions are saved into the cloud. All you need to do is to log back into your account from your new device to retrieve them.
Alogo Move Pro can record your session without the need of a Wifi coverage or an internet connection. Once your session is over, the Alogo application needs an internet connection (cellular or wifi) in order to synchronize and display the data on your smartphone.
Alogo Move Pro has been designed to last up to 14 hours of continuous use. For a rider with a horse that rides an average of 1 hour a day, Alogo Move Pro can last 2 weeks without recharging. These values serve only as an indication. Please note that extreme temperature conditions may affect the battery life.
Yes, you will only need to plug in your sensor to recover the battery so that you can transfer the recorded data to your App.
Yes, to end the recording, press the ON/OFF button once on your Move Pro.
It takes 3h20 for the battery to fully charge. We recommend that you perform a full charge before the first use to calibrate the battery. To do this, charge the Move Pro overnight until the LED is off.
You can record up to 10 hours with no limit on the number of sessions you can record. However, the longer the recording takes, the longer it will take to synchronize on the App.
You can use Alogo Move Pro on an illimited number of horses.
Yes, you will be able to connect several sensors to a single account. You will then have to synchronize them one after the other.
It is not possible for you to locate your sensor directly from your application. In case of a claim, please contact us.
White LED :
Blue and red LED :
If you don't have the GPS path mapping view from your session, there are several possible reasons:
*: We want to provide you with high accurate data that you can use during your training sessions. A wrong track or a wrong speed would lead to wrong conclusions. That is why, in rare cases we cannot show you this type of data.
Note: If you are using the sensor in a new location or for the first time for more than 36 hours, it may take a little longer for the sensor to find the GPS signal of the place you are in. We recommend you to check and/or establish this connection before placing the sensor on the horse. Simply turn on the sensor and hold it in your hand outside, the logo "GROUND" facing to the sky and wait for the LED to stop blinking. After about 1 minute 30, the GPS will be connected.
Connect your sensor to a power source to ensure that the battery level is sufficient. If the problem persists, contact us. Do not attempt to disassemble the sensor yourself.
Make sure your smartphone is close to the sensor. If the sensor is correctly on but your phone still doesn't find it, press the sensor button twice quickly to restart the device search.
It is possible that the sensor doesn't react anymore. To remedy this, please restart the sensor by inserting a metal pin into the hole provided for this purpose (next to the USB plug). You can also "Reset" your sensor by pressing and holding the button for 10 seconds when it's ON. Be careful, after this manipulation the memory will be erased!
Different cases can be the cause of this:
When your sessions are downloading, please make sure that you do not lock your phone or it will interrupt the upload (limit from iOS). You can still use your smartphone while waiting for the synchronization to finish, but you must return to the Alogo app to complete it. If you put your phone on a table, remember to leave the Alogo App open or reopen it (if our App is active, you will be able to leave your phone down without fear that it will lock automatically).
A session can have a status of "failed" or "in validation" in the following cases:
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Check if you have enabled on your phone the use of mobile data, bluetooth and GPS when the App is active. To do this, you can do the following:
All the main features detailed in the following table such as GPS path mapping and jump and stride trajectories will remain completely free and at your disposal. A subscription will be required for those who wish to have access to additional specific features. (More information on future subscription packages to come).
|Precision (1 to 4 cm)||Yes||No|
|HD GPS path mapping||Yes||No|
|Real trajectories in 3D of strides and jumps||Yes||No|
|Recording without smartphone||Yes||No|
|Ease of use||Yes||No|
|Detailed analysis of horse movement||Yes||No|
|Duration of session||Move|
|Total distance travelled||Move|
|Time spent at each gait||Move|
|Type of work split by discipline||Move|
|Work intensity analysis||Move|
|Average cadence at each gait||Move|
|Total number of jumps||Move|
|Stride number between jumps||Move|
|Average stride length at each gait||Move|
|Average stride length before and after the jumps||Move|
|Average stride height at each gait||Move|
|Illustration of the average trajectory of strides at each gait||Move|
|Average lateral balance (roll) of a session||Move|
|Average angle (pitch) of jumps and strides at each gait||Move|
|Average propulsion power of strides and jumps||Move|
|The highest jump with its real full trajectory||Move|
|GPS path mapping with stride and speed display||Move Pro|
|Complete trajectory for each stride and jump||Move Pro|
|Length and height of each stride||Move Pro|
|Length and height of each jump||Move Pro|
|Angle of each stride and jump||Move Pro|
|Instant speed at the obstacle||Move Pro|
|Average speed between obstacles||Move Pro|
|Instant speed for each stride||Move Pro|
|Straightness (yaw) for each stride and jump||Move Pro|
|Detailed lateral balance (roll) for the entire session||Move Pro|
|Propulsion power for each stride and jump||Move Pro|
|Length and power of the stride before and after the jump||Move Pro|
|Stride parameters between jumps||Move Pro|
|Regularity of stride length between two jumps||Move Pro|
We will be adding more features and value-added services on a regular basis.