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It is our mission to optimize your movements and protect you from overuse, acute injuries and chronic illness.
Senmotion provides a revolutionary 360° solution for diagnostics, prevention and therapy. We provide high-quality data for motion analyses and research in all fields of application. By rethinking a modern therapy and training approach, we use individual kinetic data and high performance machine learning algorithms for real time diagnostics and interventions. Our system is based on three pillars, read more about it here:
Features Own your movement
Laboratory equipment merely provides a snapshot. For the first time, Senmotion's newest sensor technology enables precise and permanent recording of ground reaction forces from the real world outside the lab.
By means of individual, real-based data and intelligent processing, therapies can be digitized and partly automatically adapted to the individual and specific needs.
The collected data are analyzed in real time by machine learning algorithms, which enable the early detection of harmful motion patterns and prevents them by audio-visual feedback.
Direct exchange with therapists and coaches
Senmotion enables the exchange of real-based data between users and therapists as well as coaches, allowing therapies and training interventions to be flexibly adapted and potential illnesses to be detected at an early stage.
What we do!Fields of application
Objective high quality data from real life and infield along with supplementary information of published data.
Senmotion provides individual statistics based on objective data as well as customized reports. In this way we create the possibility to support experience based analyses with reliable objective measurements.
Our aim is to compare individual ground reaction force patterns from daily life and load specific settings with appropriate reference data and to create targeted intervention approaches.
Improvement of movement patterns to prevent short and long term damage and chronification.
Our sensor-based data analysis in combination with individual intervention programs enable the potential to improve your movement patterns, to achieve a better performance level as well as technique to avoid acute injuries and chronic illness.
Regardless of whether after a surgery, as an athlete or in the case of fall prevention, Senmotion not only provides relevant data, but also creates real-time interventions and instructions to prevent short and long term damage.
Real-time monitoring and intervention to restore quality of life.
Regardless of a prevention or rehab setting, Senmotion provides real-time monitoring and intervention through visual and auditive feedback.
Via visualization of exercises and adaptation of exercise and training interventions depending on the individual sensor-based data, we enable you the restoration of health for an independent life or to restore performance in various fields of application.
Unlock new data layer for further research and sport specific performance optimization.
For research settings, Senmotion unlocks longitudinal data layers for further scientific approaches in health and sports sciences, product development, robotics and many more. Our cloud-based pattern data base analyzes your data with evidence-based algorithms.
Senmotion provides a holistic approach to analyze real life data in relation to big data analytics. New perspectives in technical training and performance enhancement strategies can be opened up for application in sport specific settings.
If you like to think out of the box - you need to know the box! Find out more about our scientific and experimental work.
Health care and life science research can be done in different ways and on multiple platforms but only Senmotion´s solution offers the necessary knowledge from the real world to the application.
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Our team is the perfect blend of management skills and content expertise in biomechanics, motion and training science as well as software engineering. Through our holistic and high-quality approach, we distinguish ourselves clearly from competition.
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