Independent study suggests Notio aero-testing device is ‘highly reliable’ in measuring drag

New research by sport scientist and coach Mehdi Kordi validates Notio Konect's accuracy in the velodrome


Data from a new study on the Notio Konect – now called Notio Aerometer – suggest that the drag-measuring device is both reliable and sensitive. The study in the European Journal of Sport Science was led by Mehdi Kordi and conducted in an indoor velodrome with seven elite-level track riders.

PhD researcher Kordi has worked with British Cycling, English Institute of Sport and Huub Wattbike. In 2019 he started coaching the Dutch squad in preparation for the Tokyo Olympics and is regarded as one of the most influential and forward-thinking coaches in cycling, hailed by Dan Bigham as a “genius”.

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