Adaptive Assistive Rehabilitative Technologies - Beyond the Clinic (AART-BC)

Published on 2016-10-17T17:02:15Z (GMT) by Tsu-Jui Cheng
This is an initial study to characterise rollator movement. An inertial measurement unit (IMU) was used to measure the motion of the rollator and analytical approaches were developed to extract features characterising the rollator movement, properties of the surface, and push events. The analytics were tested in two situations, firstly a healthy participant used a rollator in a laboratory using a motion capture system to obtain ground truth. Secondly the IMU was used to measure the movement of a rollator being used by a user with multiple sclerosis (MS) on a flat surface, cross-slope, up and down slopes, and up and down a step 

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Cheng, Tsu-Jui; Kenney, Laurence; Amor, James D.; Thies, Sibylle Brunhilde Anitha; Costamagna, Eleonora; James, Christopher J.; Holloway, Catherine (2016): Adaptive Assistive Rehabilitative Technologies - Beyond the Clinic (AART-BC). figshare.

https://doi.org/10.17866/rd.salford.c.3516993.v1

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