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Gait Analysis

EMG and Goniometer data

Simultaneously acquire up to 16 channels of gait-specific data, including heel-toe, goniometry, accelerometry and more. One setup might incorporate two channels for heel/toe strike timing, ten channels for EMG signals and four channels of goniometry data. When using a force plate, the six force and moment signals are sent directly from the force plate amplifier to the UIM100C via standard analog cables, leaving ten channels for additional signal recording. Event markers let users log important events in the data and include comments during or post acquisition. The camera system will also synchronize video to physiological data.

The Mobita® system can record 32 channels of high quality EMG data both in telemetry mode and also logging mode. The logging mode allows the subject to wear the device outside the lab and record continuously for many hours.

The BioNomadix® system provides wearable solutions for recording a range of signals in the lab and also remotely with the BioNomadix Logger. This includes heel-toe, accelerometry, and goniometry data.

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