Smart, responsive mat collects training dataBiomechanics researchers at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, led by Brian Knarr, Ph.D., have developed a portable, durable and modular clinical training mat.
The smart training mat can be used in gyms, clinics, athletic departments and training facilities like any ordinary mat, but it can be programmed with different settings and will collect data accordingly. The data is then wirelessly transferred to a software application for analysis, scoring and diagnosis.
Applications include agility training, rehabilitation and diagnostics.
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