Set up data collection profile
Data collection profile determines how data should be recorded by the device and which accompanying features should be enabled.
Data collection profile can be set up at Platform > Data Collection Profile
Name: title of the data collection profile.
Mode: determines whether profile is for single sync (smartphone) or multi sync (tablet).
Sync Days: determines how many historic days of data should be retrieved from the device. For instance, if users sync every 3 days, use 7 days to have a buffer. If users sync every 14 days, use 20 days. The more days you configure, the longer the sync will take.
Further Options: determines which features should be displayed in the Fitrockr Hub app (only applicable to single sync via smartphone).
– Show Analytics Data will display basic data (steps, distance, calories, activities) in the Fitrockr Hub app.
– Show User Goals will display goals (steps or activity minute goals) to the user. This requires goals to be set up by an administrator.
– Show Questionnaires will display questionnaires to the user. This requires questionnaires to be set up by an administrator.
Beside the default data recorded by a device, extended data can be enabled. The more data enabled, the longer a sync will take.
Heart Rate Variability (BBI, HRV): enables/disables BBI (beat-to-beat-interval) recording.
Heart Rate: enables/disables heart rate recording.
Stress: enables/disables stress recording.
Steps: enables/disables more frequent steps recording.
Pulse Oxygen: enables/disables pulse oxygen recording.
Respiration: enables/disables respiration recording.
Zero Crossing: enables/disables zero crossing recording.
Accelerometer: enables/disables accelerometer recording. Bluetooth syncing is no longer possible if this is enabled. Sync must be conducted via USB cable.
Gyroscope: enables/disables gyroscope recording. Bluetooth syncing is no longer possible if this is enabled. Sync must be conducted via USB cable.
Please note that not all Garmin devices may support all data types.
Consent allows adding a project specific consent that will be displayed along with the Fitrockr standard consent in the Fitrockr Hub app. Users have to confirm the consent to participate in the data collection. This applies only to single sync via smartphone.