Discover how Gait Up was presented at the 3rd Symposium at Gait analysis in Czech and Slovakia (III. mezinárodní konference Analýza pohybu) during a talk on the topic “Use of pressure mapping and wearable sensors in biomechanical motion analysis as part of health monitoring system; case reports” by Prof. Matěj Daniel (Laboratory of Biomechanics, Czech Technical University Prague) and our partner Ing. Milan Borský (Proteching B).
Abstract: Advanced biomechanical motion measurements are mostly based on data obtained from experimental measurements in a controlled laboratory environment, including, but not limited to, pressure mapping technology. Therefore, the practical application of biomechanical methods and knowledge is limited to a small part of the population, such as athletes. In our measurement and research, we try to overcome this gap between basic biomechanical research and its practical application through the use of wearable technologies (wearable technology). These technologies allow the collection of large amounts of data from built-in sensors during daily activities without user limitations. Our applications include commercial App software as well as research involving the design of experimental IoT devices, data processing of sensor networks through biomechanical modeling specific to the user, and, above all, providing relevant feedback to users.