Meet Gait Up at the Swiss Robotics Industry Day at the Swiss Tech Convention Centre, Lausanne on 2nd November

Taking place at the Swiss Tech Convention Centre, Lausanne, Switzerland, on 2nd November 2017, the Swiss Robotics Industry Day is an exclusive event for industry professionals to come and meet the labs of NCCR (Swiss National Center of Competence in Research) Robotics and the SMEs of the Swiss Robotics ecosystem. The event features talks from invited speakers from…

Did you know that Gait Speed can help you identify vulnerable patients at higher risk of mortality after cardiac surgery?

A research team from Montreal (Canada) run a clinical study that showed that gait speed is a simple and effective test that may identify a subset of vulnerable elderly patients at incrementally higher risk of mortality and major morbidity after cardiac surgery. What about measuring gait speed accurately with a simple tool? Discover our Gait…

RAID Innovation USMB: students brainstorming with Gait Up

136 students from french Universities brainstormed during 24h around innovative topics proposed by sports companies. Organized by University Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB) & Sporaltec, a sport innovation cluster, it was a great manner for Gait Up to exchange and gather innovative ideas. RAID INNOVATION IN NUMBERS 136 students 18 topics proposed by companies 24 hour to submit a a project…

Do not miss Gait Up & Mindmaze joint booth at ECNR (European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation) Oct. 25-28 in Lausanne

Gait Up will exhibit in a joint booth with Mindmaze at the ECNR 2017 at the SwissTech Convention Center, EPFL, Lausanne on October 25th-28th. The ECNR (European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation)  brings international experts from Europe and overseas around the topic „Newest developments in Neurorehabilitation” Mindmaze, the company building next-generation human-machine interactions through neuro-virtual and augmented reality technology, will be exhibiting the MindMotion™ Gamified Neurorehabilitation…

Wearable Technologies features Gait Up wearables for increasing a patient’s rehabilitation process

Wearable Technologies features Gait Up wearables for increasing a patient’s rehabilitation process, by turning motion sensor signals into meaningful data related to performance or disability. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, wearable technologies are the worlds current number one fitness trend (Thompson, 2015, 2016). By providing patients with an instant biofeedback, wearables not…