Gait Up pitching at Ageing Fit conference

Gait Up will give an innovation pitch at the Ageing Fit conference in Lille, next Friday 3rd of February. We want to to build innovation partnerships for the senior care market; not only thanks to our ready-to-use Gait Analysis & our Activity Monitoring Packages but also by collaborating on custom-made projects with our partners. Meet us there or fill out our partner…

Hello from Gait Up in 2017!

Gait Up wishes everyone in our ecosystem a happy and prosperous new year. We have a lot planned for the next 12 months. Here’s a preview of what you can expect: New products from our partners with Gait Up technology inside New products featuring the Gait Up brand New developments in our H2020 projects Frequent appearances…

New! Science page on the Gait Up website

Now you can access hundreds of publications from Gait Up founders in the field of motion analysis with wearables on the Science page of Gait Up’s website. Citations are organized by categories according to the following hierarchy: Geriatrics Gait Analysis Physical Activity Monitoring Neurologic & Chronic Conditions Parkinson’s Disease Stroke Cerebral Palsy Chronic Pain Diabetes Muscular…

iTUG to assess balance and mobility in people affected by stroke

The Institute of Human Movement Sciences and Sport (ETH Zürich), has published results using Physilog sensors for the instrumented Timed Up and Go (iTUG): “Reliability and validity of the inertial sensor-based Timed “Up and Go” test in individuals affected by stroke“. The article is published in the Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development (JRRD) by the U.S.…

MovAiD (H2020) newsletter 2016

MovAiD, the 6M€ Horizon 2020 EU project to enhance or compensate human movements of the disabled, elderly and workers, has recently published it’s 2016 newsletter. Access the newsletter here. Information about the MovAiD consortium, 11 partners including Gait Up, is available here. Read the latest MovAiD work package update here.