iMotus-S

Transforms performance analysis and data insights, seamlessly merging advanced sensors and wireless streaming for effortless understanding and empowered decision-making.

iMotus-W

Features sensors for real-time data analysis as users drive, with wireless transfer, easy mounting, and advanced interpretation through iMotus software for seamless testing.

iMotus-App

Experience real-time data visualization through iMotus software, connecting and recording multiple streamers via Bluetooth for seamless analysis, available on Microsoft Store, Google Play, and Apple Store.

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An interactive sensory system to record and monitor human motion in physical rehabilitation

This paper briefly presents the application of an interactive sensory system to sense, record, restore, and monitor the movement of objects such as the human body. The setup, consisting of a data streamer and a software development kit (SDK), has nine degrees of freedom (DoFs): three orientation (roll, pitch, and yaw angles), three linear accelerations, and three magnetic field components. The SKD is a graphical user interface (GUI) that records, restore, and analyzes the signal received from the data streamer and presents advanced statistical analysis such as predicting the behavior of the measured data in the future. An application claimed is to provide patients with an accurate measurement that simplifies the tracking of performance and effectiveness of physical exercises and treatments. To show the proof of concept, we conducted an experimental study on the human’s hand at the iRobohabilitation Laboratory, and quantified the signals measured by the sensory system in real-time.

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Tactile Robotics enters into a University-Industry Research Collaboration agreement with Toronto Metropolitan University

Tactile Robotics is pleased to announce a new University-Industry Research Collaboration agreement with Toronto Metropolitan University. This partnership aims to further research and beta testing of our inventions, focusing on Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT), particularly our iMotus technology for rehabilitation applications.

Dr. Kourosh Zareinia, lead professor at the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, emphasizes the dual goal of improving people’s health and addressing the economic challenges facing Canada’s healthcare system. “Long-term, robotics can reduce healthcare costs and enhance care quality by standardizing medical methods and treatments,” he notes.

An interactive sensory system to record and monitor human motion in physical rehabilitation

This work presents the application of an interactive sensory system to sense, record, restore, and monitor the movement of objects such as the human body. The setup, consisting of a data streamer and a software development kit (SDK), has nine degrees of freedom (DoFs): three orientations (roll, pitch, and yaw angles), three linear accelerations, and three magnetic field components.

The SKD is a graphical user interface (GUI) that records, restore, and analyzes the signal received from the data streamer and presents advanced statistical analysis, such as predicting the behaviour of the measured data in the future. An application claimed to provide patients with an accurate measurement that simplifies the tracking of performance and effectiveness of physical exercises and treatments.

To show the proof of concept, we conducted an experimental study on the human hand at the iRobohabilitation Laboratory and quantified the signals measured by the sensory system in real-time.

 

Tactile Robotics receives a grant from NRC-IRAP to commercialize our Digital Health products including iMotus family.

The project was funded to focus on the marketing and promotion of our digital health products.

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