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Gait Up is involved in major research projects

It’s our philosophy to always remain at the cutting-edge of innovation. Since its origin as a spin-off from EPFL, Gait Up has always been involved in several research projects in order to push the limits of movement analysis using accurate algorithm with inertial sensors. Our current projects includes some major sponsors such as Innosuisse, Horizon 2020, ESA (European Space…

Wearable Technologies Conference 2019

The 33rd edition of the globally established WT | Wearable Technologies Conference Series will be bigger than ever before! The WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2019 EUROPE will be taking place on February 5-6 and will be the meeting point for global professionals of the entire wearable ecosystem. In parallel WT | Wearable Technologies EUROPE…

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MovAiD Project, a 3 year story for Gait Up!

MovAiD is a cross-disciplinary project joining a consortium of companies under Horizon 2020 EU Program. It aims at developing technologies assisting manufacturing of intelligent, “passive” and highly personalised kineto-dynamic equipment (Movement Assistive Devices) to enhance or compensate human movements, aiding the disabled, elderly and workers. This project started in 2015 and was completed at the…

Gait Up sera présent à SOFAMEA 2019

Gait Up sera présent à Grenoble le 24 et 25 janvier 2019 pour le XVIIIème Congrès de la Société Francophone de l’Analyse du Mouvement de l’Adulte et de l’Enfant. Ce congrès se déroulera dans les locaux de la Faculté de Médecine. L’organisation scientifique regroupe 3 CHUs de la Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes avec la participation du Pr Bruno Dohin de Saint-Etienne, du Pr Thierry…

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The use of Physilog® for activity monitoring | TV Report – RAI 3

The episode entitled “Sanità 4.0”  of the italian TV program REPORT aired on Rai 3 on December 17th, 2018 , was focusing on the activity monitoring technologies and more particularly on our inertial sensor, the Physilog® 5  to assess disease progression. This programme features Professor Walter Maetzler , Scientific Coordinator of the European project “Keep Control” in which Gait Up is…

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Wearable sensors with real-time feedback of running economy and biomechanics on the field open new opportunities

Running economy, known as the steady-state oxygen consumption at a given submaximal intensity, has been proposed as one of the key factors differentiating East African runners from other running communities around the world. Kenyan runners have dominated middle-and long-distance running events and this phenomenon has been attributed, in part at least, to their exceptional running…

Happy new year 2019!

We would like to thank all our valuable customers around the world that trusted Gait Up. Thanks to you, we are very proud to say that Gait Up solutions support 200+ customers in their clinical routine and research projects on the 5 continents. May this year bring new happiness, new goals, new achievements and a lot…