20 May 2021

Xsens Motion Capture with Delsys EMG

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Combining Xsens motion capture with Delsys EMG provides the possibility to do your biomechanical analysis with the most accurate and validated data out there. The world market leaders in IMU-based motion capture and EMG join forces with the new integration in the Xsens software MVN Analyze. This enables you to easily sync the devices, get all the data live in MVN Analyze and export it in a single file. During this webinar, we will show you all about this integration. Two of our current users will give insights into their study and experience with both systems.

Join us on May 20, 2021, at 1:00PM CEST. The registration is free!

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May 20
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Welcome

Felix Wolbert Business Development Manager at Xsens

Felix Wolbert has a background as Movement Scientist and is working for Xsens for approximately 4 years now. After starting as a product specialist, he moved to the role of Business Development Manager for the Biomechanics, Ergonomics and Sport Science segments.

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About Delsys

Steven Lindley European Director at Delsys

Dr Steven Lindley is the European Director at Delsys and has been supporting Delsys users across Europe for the past 10-years.  Steven’s background is in clinical biomechanics and has an interest in matters around neuromuscular control, and applies his knowledge and experience to support users with the use and application of EMG technology.

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About Xsens + Live Green Room Demo: integration of Xsens-Delsys

Markus Skagbrant Account Executive for HMM EMEA at Xsens

Markus Skagbrant joined Xsens as the Account Executive for HMM EMEA in June, 2020. Markus’s background is in Sport Science and he has put his knowledge into practice within various professional sporting environments prior to joining Xsens. Markus applies his knowledge and experience to support users with motion capture technology in applications related to Sports Science, Biomechanics and Ergonomics. 

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Translational of Movement Analysis into Clinical Practice using Wearable technology

Mohammad Al-Amri Senior Research Fellow in Rehabilitation Engineering at Cardiff University School of Healthcare Sciences

Mohammad Al-Amri is a Senior Research Fellow in Rehabilitation Engineering at the Cardiff University School of Healthcare Sciences. He directs the Sensor Physiotherapy Intervention (SPIN) Research Group, where his research focuses on clinical applications of virtual reality and wearable technology to help in understanding human movement and gait applied to musculoskeletal and neurodegenerative conditions. A main goal of his research programme is to explore the feasibility of using latest movement analysis affordable technologies combined with purposely developed real-time biofeedback to advance healthcare by providing new approaches for quantifying clinical functional outcomes.

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Musculoskeletal simulation based on motion capture and electromyography

Lukas Reinker & Simon Auer Both research assistant and PhD student, studied Biomedical Engineering at the OTH

The Laboratory for Biomechanics at the OTH Regensburg has been using motion capture and electromyography for years. The lab is focused on musculoskeletal modeling with the AnyBody Modeling System. Optical and inertial motion capture is used as modelling input and EMG for model validation studies. The field of application ranges from hand modelling over psychological stress studies to sports biomechanics. The webinar will contain a short overview of our studies on mental stress in football players, musculoskeletal modelling of highly dynamic motion and the combination of optical and inertial motion capture with EMG.

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Live Q&A session

Felix Wolbert Business Development Manager at Xsens

Felix Wolbert has a background as Movement Scientist and is working for Xsens for approximately 4 years now. After starting as a product specialist, he moved to the role of Business Development Manager for the Biomechanics, Ergonomics and Sport Science segments.

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