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iMotus™ Standard Edition

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Wireless Sensor System Seamlessly Connects, Captures, and Interprets Real-Time Motion Data!

The standard edition of iMotus™ provides a state-of-the-art sensory system that plugs into iMotus™ software. This powerful combination allows real-time data reading, analysis, restoration, plotting, and interpretation.

iMotus-S is a wireless sensor reader with a data streamer and receiver, easily mountable on diverse objects, eliminating the need for cables while transferring data to a computer.

This sensory unit records and streams acceleration, and angular velocity, and utilizes accelerometers, gyroscopes, and magnetometers. The receiver plugs into the custom-designed iMotus™ app, available free on Microsoft Store.

 

Easy Mounting, Wireless Transfer, Automatic Calibration and Real-time Data Insights via Embedded Sensors.

Metrics & KPIs

  • Roll, pitch, and yaw (Euler) angles

    The iMotus-S use quaternion representations to calculate Euler angles using the combination of accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer readings. An Euler angle is a set of three angles that describe the orientation of an object in 3D space and are used to represent the roll, pitch, and yaw of the device.

  • Angular acceleration

    Accelerators measure angular acceleration in three directions (x, y, and z) relative to the sensor's frame of reference and can be used to determine the device's orientation in space.

  • Linear acceleration (3 DOFs)

    The iMotus-S includes an accelerometer, which measures the object's acceleration in all three dimensions (x, y, and z). The accelerometer senses the changes in the object's velocity and uses this information to calculate the linear acceleration.

  • Jerk components (3 DOFs)

    iMotus app calculated the jerk index, the rate of change of acceleration with respect to time. In engineering and physics, jerks can be essential to consider in specific applications, such as controlling the movement of robotic arms or designing roller coasters.

  • Angular velocity

    Gyroscopes measure angular velocity, or how fast the device is rotating around each axis and determine the orientation and angular acceleration of the device.

•  Measure athlete’s motion, offer technique feedback to improve performance and prevent injury

•  Provide provide positioning, orientation, and velocity data, especially in GPS-obstructed areas like indoors, tunnels, or urban canyons

•  Use sensors for accurate location in challenging environments with signal limitations

•  Enhance user engagement by tracking head movements using sensors on a headset or device

•  Remote patient monitoring benefits individuals with chronic conditions or post-surgery recovery for better care

•  Sensor equipped devices revolutionize virtual reality and remote healthcare, offering precision and convenience for users and patients alike

Robotics

•  Provide essential feedback on robot movement, orientation, and acceleration, enabling real-time adjustments

•  Facilitate precise control of robot motion, ensuring accurate positioning in diverse scenarios

•  Empowers robots with dynamic responsiveness, enhancing their ability to navigate and interact effectively

•  Measure patient’s gait, identify abnormalities that helps in diagnosing conditions like Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, and stroke

•  Detect falls in elderly or balance- challenged patients, allowing caregivers or family members to respond promptly and prevent injuries

•  Monitor patient movements, identify posture-related issues, and track progress to customize therapy for the prevention of back pain and improvement of spinal health

•  Monitoring sleep patterns to detect sleep disorders and enhance overall sleep

Automotive

•  Enhance electronic stability control by real-time vehicle dynamics data, aiding anti-lock braking systems and traction control for safer driving

•  Contribute to autonomous vehicles by fusing accelerometers and gyroscopes data for accurate real-time determination of vehicle’s position, orientation, and velocity

•  Sensors enable ADAS features such as lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and collision avoidance by providing precise motion data for context-aware decision-making

Aerospace

•  Provide critical data for aircraft stability, navigation, and control, facilitating safe and precise flight maneuvers

•  Significantly contribute to spacecraft navigation, enabling precise trajectory determination and attitude control for interplanetary missions and satellite deployment

•  Sensor-equipped drones and aircraft gather geospatial data for mapping, surveying, and environmental monitoring, enabling high-precision aerial imaging and terrain modeling