Validation Study : FeetMe® Monitor Insoles for the Evaluation of Gait Speed

2020-02-17 18:20:53 | BioPortfolio


The aim of this study is to validate a smart insoles system in comparison to the gold-standard GaitRite in a healthy population. The device evaluate gait parameters in real time thanks to an embedded algorithm based on the processing of inertial measurement unit and 19 sensors signals.

At D0 and D7, the volunteer is evaluated by both the GaitRite® system and the FeetMe Monitor® system simultaneously. Healthy volunteers have two measurements 7 days apart. The volunteer repeats 5 trials at a comfortable speed on the GaitRite® mat while wearing the FeetMe® insoles. Each measurement is repeated by 4 different operators. A total of 20 trials are made by the volunteer.

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FeetMe Monitor


Fédération de Rééducation Neurolocomotrice, Laboratoire ARM - Hôpital Henri MONDOR, Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Pari





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