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Gait Sensor Board

Product Description:

  • Baropodometric and stabilometric platforms  


  • 1. Resistive sensors, 24 K gold coated, conductive rubber foam.

    2. Sampling frequency up to 500Hz in real time; USB 2.0 interface.

    3. Bluetooth option with rechargeable batteries, sampling rate over 100 HZ.

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  • Our devices are designed to be the excellence for static, dynamic and stabilometric analysis.

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Product Introduction:

3D Baropodometric Platform

Our devices are designed to be the excellence for static, dynamic and stabilometric analysis. In combination with our iSUNStep® software, they are the new generation of integrated devices for postural evaluation and biomechanical analysis.

翻译 足底压力数据采集关键参数 - Acquisition techniques and fundamental indicators

iSUNStep is our software developed for plantar pressure, stability, posture and sports biomechanics research. It embodies a high degree of innovation in flexibility, functionality and reliability. A single tool can handle many different acquisitions, which were previously only possible with multiple software.


iSUNStpe can very easy to use by everyone whoever you are the most advanced multifunctional medical department or individual specialist. The interactive module allows customers to customize the settings to get an analysis tool that perfectly suits their individual needs. iSUNStep can manage different evaluation devices, including: 2D and 3D foot shape analyzers; stability and plantar pressure test boards; plantar pressure treadmills; 7 high-definition cameras; inertial motion sensors; surface electromyography.

Product Feature:

STATIC Analysis:


Assess plantar pressure when barefoot;

3D, isobars, high-definition visualization points;

250 frames in 5 seconds;

Digital information on plantar pressure distribution, area, percentage of front/rear feet, center of gravity and pressure center of left/right foot;

Automatically generate analysis reports and compare with conventional values;


DYNAMIC Analysis:


Real-time collection at frequencies exceeding 400 Hz during walking and running;

Save and analyze each footprint;

Curves charts, foot geometry, gait cycle, value, pressure line and synchronized video collection;

Automatically generate analysis reports and compare with conventional values;


STATIC analysis on platforms:


    1.  Invite the patient on the platform.

    2.  Mark sure his feet are aligned on the same horizontal axis.

    3.  Position his feet in comfort position and start acquisition.

    4.  For balance control, repeat the static acquisition with feet open of 30 degrees and hills divided by 2 cm.

DYNAMIC analysis on platforms:


    1.    Start acquiring patient data.

    2.    Ask the patient to walk without shoes on the platform. Make him walk at least 8-10 times, to get used to the contact with the platform.

    3.    Start the motion acquisition for capturing at least 8-10 footsteps.

    4.    It offers information about the function of the muscular chains on foot loading during a dynamic movement.

Test summary and case:

Static test summary:


    1.  Load points;

    2.  Adduction foot;

    3.  Width between the points;

    4.  Load on the heel and midfoot;

    5.  Pressure centers data;

    6.  Foot balancing;



    7.  CoP feet axis analysis;

    8.  Rotation of the centers of pressure-areas with high or low pressure and areas with high or low loads;


Static test summary case:


Comparison with normal values


Ideal condition

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Alteration with calcaneus varus and foot supination

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Alteration with calcaneus valgus and foot pronation

Dynamic test summary:


    1.  Shape of the feet;

    2.  Areas of higher loas;

    3.  Abduction of feet;

    4.  Widthbetween the footsteps;

    5.  Movement of the CoP (white line);

    6.  Variability in footprints;



    7.  Areas of changing of direction;

    8.  Movement of the red line (maximum pressure points);

    9.  Pressure between the 1st and 2nd toe;

   10.  Pressure distribution between right and left;

Curves, graphs, geometric analysis, medial-lateral load distribution:


Pay attention: Cof progression should not medialize.


Rocker analysis


Analysis of the step rockers allows a detailed study of the four main steps of pressure distribution:

    1.  Heel rocker;

    2.  Ankle rocker;

    3.  Forefoot rocker;

    4.  Big toe rocker;




The average is a mathematic overlap of all the footprints.

Are not the reality of the walking, but they offer a good point of view on the variability of the steps.

    1.  Contours to the heel;

    2.  Contours of metatarsal area;

    3.  Contours of toes;

                                                                                     Avarage footprints

Stabilometric analysis:

Measure COP movements:


The COP trace is shown in 2D (left-right on X-axis; back-forward on Y axis) for explaining the patient instability during the test.

The ellipse automatically include the 90% of the total trace.

Ellipse surface gives information on the efficiency and the balancing of the tonic-postural system.

Measure COP movements central, left and right:


The COP tracking, in foot pressure platforms, is the result of right lateral and left lateral center of gravity swing.With this evaluation, we can study not only the global postural attitude but also the dynamic behaving of the two legs.

Dynamic test case:


Comparison with normal values

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