[Press release] Ground-breaking €50 million digital monitoring project to tackle mobility loss

Imagine being able to monitor patients’ mobility and health with the help of small sensors and personalized algorithms – on a daily basis, without them having to come to a clinic regularly and at predetermined intervals. Impossible? Not according to the Innovation in Medicine Initiative (https://www.imi.europa.eu/), who dedicated 25.4 million euro public money to Mobilise-D,…

Invited Mobilise-D Symposium at the ISB World Congress in Calgary, Canada

August 3rd 2019 an invited symposium titled “Inertial Measurement Units based methods for mobility assessment in real-world condition” was held at the Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) in Calgary, Canada. The aim of the symposium was to survey the most challenging methods, sensor configurations and techniques to detect walking bouts and estimate…