bi-annual update no.02 - Dec 2019


A program that aims to improve the quality of life of children with neurological disorders through development, validation and adoption of bionic rehabilitation technology. Our Human Motion Data specialists build a platform that facilitates processing signals from smart garments, exoskeleton and clinical measures.

The main story

Exoskeletons are complicated machines. This complexity exists because they have to interact closely with patients. Therefore a sophisticated mechanical design and complex control algorithms are needed.
That also implies that you need experts with various backgrounds ranging from mechanical design and engineers specialised in control algorithms to physiotherapists and movement scientists to build and test a powerful exoskeleton.
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Vital Cities Challenge

Healthy is the new cool. Tracking biometrics van help people to get a better insight into their wellbeing, enabling them to make healthy choices in life.

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Stress @ Work

Employees and students at the Jheronimus Academy of Data Science are able to participate in a project aiming to reduce stress at the workplace. Two physiotherapists guide participants trough a scientifically validated protocol while evaluating personal results by taking biometrics of the hart and nerve system. 

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Funding the Future

On the 19h of September, Kinetic Analysis joined the Interreg gathering Funding the Future, showing the developments of the Smart Sports Shirt project. 

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