Development of an in-shoe pressure-sensitive device for gait analysis.

S. M. De Rossi, T. Lenzi, N. Vitiello, M. Donati, A. Persichetti, F. Giovacchini, F. Vecchi, M. C. Carrozza

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In this work, we present the development of an in-shoe device to monitor plantar pressure distribution for gait analysis. The device consists in a matrix of 64 sensitive elements, integrated with in-shoe electronics and battery which provide an high-frequency data acquisition, wireless transmission and an average autonomy of 7 hours in continuous working mode. The device is presented along with its experimental characterization and a preliminary validation on a healthy subject.

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
  • Signal Processing
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Health Informatics


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