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Gait guidelines will enable clinicians and researchers to better interpret gait parameters

Gait disorders in old age are a risk factor for falls and are associated with increased morbidity, mortality, loss of independent living, disability and altered quality of life. The assessment of gait characteristics in older adults has enhanced our understanding of the mechanisms of gait disorders, which have been helpful in developing preventive and curative interventions. Currently,…

400 publication milestone for Physilog® and Gait Up algorithms

We are delighted to announce that we reached the milestone of 400 scientific publications using Gait Up algorithms and Physilog®, making it the most validated inertial sensor on the market. We are also very proud to share the first scientific publication of our system in Asia from the National Yang-Ming University (Taiwan), another major achievement for Gait Up ! Visit our Science page to get to know…

Volley Ball motion analysis using IMUs-

LMAM is conducting a new project on LUC Volley Ball team using IMUs!

Within the framework of its new project entitled “Instrumented estimation of time of flight and jump height in volleyball”, the Laboratory of Movement Analysis and Measurement (LMAM) is conducting measurements on the Lausanne University Volley Ball team. Jumps are major indicators of the players’ performance in volleyball. To analyze jumps, flight time and jump height are the two main features that…

Successful PhysiRun Lab Launch in Lausanne!

We are proud and happy to have launched our brand new running analysis tool, on November 1st at the Centre Sportif et Santé of Lausanne! PhysiRun Lab is now fully available for your projects! This unique product supports ​Sports Researchers, Coaches, Physical Medecine Professionnals by providing a Professional Running Analysis in real conditions, to improve performance. The participants had the opportunity to…