Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center (AIRCC)

Volume 12, Number 16, September 2022

An Intelligent Monitoring and Rewarding System to Assist the Tennis Training
using Sensor-based Detection and IoT System


Andy Kuang1 and Yu Sun2, 1USA, 2California State Polytechnic University, USA


Coronavirus started in 2019 and it’s still a major problem today [1]. This disease led to the start of pandemics around the world, in which some students are still using online learning platforms today, and their guardians leaving them unattended to provide for their families [2]. However, with the lack of supervision children are taking advantage of these times to perform unproductive activities such as gaming. During school days, there are also many breaks provided for students to relax and reset their mentality, which allows a student to be focused during class, but this doesn’t seem to be the case students are spending this time indoors after many hours of staring at a device, instead spending it outdoor can relax their eyes also preventing eye damage. This paper proposes software that tracks a student's productivity based on their tennis racket movement and speed using a particle board, accelerometer, and tracker [3]. With a tracker, guardians would be able to get constant updates on their children's activities. We applied our application to a real-life scenario and conducted a qualitative evaluation of the approach. The results show that students spend less time indoors performing nonproductive activities, students spend more time outside playing their sport of desire, and parents are less stressed about their children's educational and physical health.


Pandemic, C++ and HTML, Mobile APP.