Today our team took part in a training for CE Certification of medical devices. The main goal was to refresh our knowledge of the CE certification process and the prerequisites necessary during the development phase. The course was organized by tecnet equity NÖ (www.tecnet.co.at) and was held by the mdc medical device certification GmbH (www.mdc-ce.de).
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The entire IntelliTeam met this week (12.07.2017) for an amazing workshop at the BIZ in St. Pölten. The main goal of this workshop entiteled “Pimp our Brain” was to prepare for the upcoming presentation at the annual ESMAC conference in Trondheim. All our team members were eager to learn something new about methods like Statistical […]
We have a new temporary team member! Florian Kastner is participating as a trainee in the Children`s Knees Project during July. Before starting the last year of his studies at secondary school, he is greatly supporting the Children´s Knees team in terms of processing motion capture data. Stay tuned for more news about our […]
At the end of May Michael Schüller left our IntelliTeam due to a job offer. We are happy for Michael, that he found a great job, and wish him all the best! In return, we would like to announce our new IntelliTeam member, Bernhard Dumphart, student at the Center of Sport Science and University Sports of the University of […]
Hey guys, we have some great news! Our submitted abstract “Ground reaction force measurements for gait classification tasks: Effects of different PCA-based representations” has been nominated at the ESMAC conference for the Best Paper Award. The hard work payed off and now we are very proud to announce that we will present our paper at the 26th Annual […]
The networking event build.well.beeing took place on March 30th, 2017 at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences. During the afternoon, various projects focusing digital healthcare were presented. About 100 visitors exchanged ideas about innovative projects in this area. Furthermore, Brelomate was represented with an exhibition stand as a supplement to the program.
Great news! Our submitted abstract “Ground reaction force measurements for gait classification tasks: Effects of different PCA-based representations” was accepted for the 26th annual meeting of the European scientific society for clinical gait and movement analysis (ESMAC) taking place this year in Trondheim, Norway from the 6-9 September. See you in Trondheim!
From the 29th to the 31st of March the 10th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Biomechanics (DGfB) was held at the Medical University of Hannover (Germany). Caterine Schwab presented a poster dealing with our reliability analysis and the dependency of reliability by different hip joint center estimation techniques (for details see our publication […]
On the 15th of March the project partners of the Children’s Knees Study once again met to discuss important steps in the project and to talk shop about complicated biomechanical analysis stuff (what researchers do usually). The meeting took place at the Institute of Sport Science of Vienna. As our project comes into the final stage the […]
Great news volks! A paper dealing with the reliability of our 3D kinematic measurement methods was accepted for publication in the Journal of Gait & Posture. The title of our lovely paper is: Within-assessor reliability and minimal detectable change of gait kinematics in a young obese demographic. A link to the full text will be provided […]