Gait Up will attend EUGMS 2019

Gait Up will attend EUGMS 2019 in Krakow (Poland) on September 25-27th. Come discover our solutions for clinical gait analysis. In the field of geriatrics, our system are perfectly adapted to prevent functional decline and evaluate fall risk. We are looking forward to meet you on booth #12 !

Gait Up Teams Up with MedRhythms, Leader in Digital Therapeutics and Neurologic Music Therapy!

Gait Up is delighted to announce its new collaboration with MedRhythms, a leading digital therapeutics company based in Portland, Maine USA. MedRhythms is treating patients who suffer from neurological injuries and disease with interventions that measure and improve walking based on the neuroscience of music. With this new partnership, MedRhythms integrates Gait Up’s proprietary sensors, Physilog®, and algorithm into their…

Femmes de science

Dans le cadre de sa mini série intitulée “Femmes de Science” diffusée lundi dernier, la chaîne nationale Suisse (RTS) s’est intéressée à notre Product Director Rebekka Anker, diplômée en Sciences de la vie à l’ EPFL. 

Validity and Reproducibility of Inertial Physilog® Sensors for Spatiotemporal Gait Analysis in Patients with Stroke

Spatiotemporal gait analysis provides quantitative information to assess treatment outcomes in stroke survivors: it can help prescribe a treatment, assess its outcome, detect motor recovery following physical therapy interventions, design appropriate gait training programs,… On one hand, in current clinical practice, gait analysis typically consists of a subjective visual observation. On the other hand, 3D…

Gait Up to introduce the first ever known deep-learning based human activity classifier using wearable technology

Deep learning, the latest evolution of machine learning, has been promised to impact the world to the same degree as the internet. However, deploying an accurate deep-learning model on limited computational resources of embedded system is one of the state-of-the-art challenges. Gait Up is proud to introduce the first ever known deep-learning based human activity…

SmartSwim project | Objective assessment wearable system to study swimming

SmartSwim is a four year PhD research project started in September 2018 conducted by Gait Up along with EPFL (Laboratory of Movement Analysis and Measurement),  CHUV ( Department de l’Appareil Locomoteur) and regional Swimming clubs. The project is an EPFLinnovators PhD grant, partly co-funded by Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Institute and Doctoral Fellowships of EPFL and involves 20% industrial secondment for the PhD…

Postural control assessment using inertial sensor Physilog®

Balance is an imperative skill for daily life. It requires the integration of different functions regarding body position control including trunk postural control. In a recent study, Reynart et al. recorded the postural control of 100 healthy adults with our inertial sensor Physilog®. The Physilog® was fixed onto participants’ sternum to measure the anteroposterior and mediolateral oscillations…