The Rossignol and PIQ mobile app provides unique insights to skiers of all carving lovers, by seamlessly processing thousands of datapoints per second of session.
And after each session, get your Winning Factors.
Thanks to the intelligence that PIQ ROBOT™ brings to the sport, you’ll see exactly what you did right and where you need to improve.
Your Winning Factors
At the end of your session, the app displays your Winning Factors, your key strengths on that particular day.
They're pinpointed so that you know exactly what to leverage during your next session and where you need to push to carve even faster.
Keep track of those runs!
At the tap of a button, get a detailed dashboard with your progress over the last sessions and check how many turns you logged on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis, along with your personal bests.
True intelligence, at your service
For each recorded session, get details such as angle, transition times, and G-Force of your turns.
At the end of the day, find out whether your made the leaderboard for your mountain or your home resort!
Play your game, qualify your session on the day of… and that's it! The rest is on us!
Receive the leaderboard through e-mail on the same night.
The next morning, share it with your friends, brag about it at the coffee machine, it's really up to you on how to play it.
Share the passion and that sport intelligence!
Share the details of your session with the Rossignol and PIQ community and your friends on social networks with these awesome GIFs ! Let them know how good you did and what allowed you to prevail!
I have really pushed Rossignol and PIQ to use these three metrics (the airtime in seconds, the landing in Gs and the number of rotations) to build their PIQScore. These stats allow skiers to see how good a jump really is. It will not replace a coach or a judge but it will definitely help to know what you can improve on. Additionally, with the 0 to 10000 PIQScore range, it works really well, it really allows you to see how you're performing and to challenge yourself and other riders.