“This turned endurance into a true spectator sport. The struggle and power are right there for all to see. It’s sweat, quantified.”— Race Organizer
Exosite collaborated on The Qollector - a physical device purpose-built to collect high-integrity bike data.
Optimized communication for clean data with zero lag.
Web-based UI visually maps data so it’s useful to focused riders and meaningful to fans.
Data sharing between Exosite and other third-party systems creates more brand engagement points and revenue sources.
For fans, athletes and commentators.
QuarqNet is a stand-alone software technology that can be added to their existing power meter products. As the only company with this cutting-edge connectivity, Quarq increased awareness and positive brand perceptions, boosted sales of existing power meters, and positioned itself to capture an even bigger share of the global power meter market.
Cloud connectivity elevated Quarq’s product line from simple power meters to a complete power monitoring system, dramatically expanding market potential. Quarq can now apply their technology to sports beyond triathlons, increasing the stability and viability of their business model.
At project kickoff, Quarq had a goal to eventually build their own cloud infrastructure. Using Exosite’s cloud platform and engineering resources let the company deliver on domain expertise first: an innovative product for elite athletes. As the project progressed, they hired software engineers to build the internal capability to manage QuarqNet. This prioritization meant the best launch and a seamless transition.
The system acts as a test platform to collect data on their engineering units and complete diagnostics on product function in the field.
“When we sit down with Exosite, we are sitting down with a small number of people who really know what they are talking about.”— Jim Meyer, Quarq Co-Founder