SIGMA DATA CENTER is the latest development for evaluating training data from SIGMA BIKE COMPUTERS and running watches.
In addition to the map with track management for the
ROX®10.0 GPS, the new DATA CENTER off ers enhanced features for every computer in the ROX lineup.
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Every new ROX 5.0, ROX 6.0 and ROX 8.1 computer sold comes with a voucher to download the latest version of the DATA CENTER software.
The new dashboard provides an overview of the connected device, the most recent training session, and a statistical summary. The Dashboard provides a clear snapshot of the most important data as well as a simple way to access the most recent training sessions.
The calendar function displays data from a selected period of time. This function makes it easier to track trends in average heart rate, cadence or speed.
New multi-device statistics that allow for a complete overview of all training sessions. Several display options and filters can be selected with the push of a button. Simply click on any of the statistics to get a detailed view of the data.
Optimized view of the heart rate zone distribution for all computers with a LOG function.
For added analysis, there is a new chart displaying intensity zones. The entire heart rate range is divided into 4 different zones to show the percentage of time spent in each zone. These zones reflect intensity regardless of the specified training zone.
With the DATA CENTER, the start altitude can be changed after the ride data has been downloaded. If the altitude was not calibrated before starting a trip, it can be retrospectively amended and corrected.
The LOG receives an additional, second Y-axis on the right-hand side. As with the left-hand Y-axis, this can be set as desired, enabling a better LOG evaluation.
Correction of a LOG at the start and end. This means that a recording that was started too early or ended too late can be truncated to only show the actual training session. Once the unnecessary entries have been deleted, all the important data is recalculated.
Waypoints (used in ROX 8.1 / ROX 9.1) are converted into laps (ROX 5.0 / ROX 6.0 / ROX®10.0 GPS) so as to optain more information such as the time and distance up to the lap and between the laps etc. This additional information is also provided for rest periods.