CRIR is the Multidisciplinary Research Center in Rehabilitation. It's mission is "to contribute comprehensively to the autonomy and social integration of persons with physical disabilities, through basic research, clinical epidemiological, evaluative and applied research, in both the biomedical and psychosocial domains”.
ANT Neuro is a Dutch corporation specialized in the development, production, marketing and sales of medical and research applications. It develops software and equipment for the study of human brain signals, focusing on products with a high impact of innovation and technology. ANT Neuro was established in 1996 as a company of The University of Twente, Enschede. It now has offices located in Enschede in the Netherlands; Berlin in Germany; and Madison in Wisconsin, USA. The company actively supports and contributes to both clinical and research projects.
Jintronix is a biomedical device company designing software for physical and cognitive rehabilitation. With offices in Montreal, Quebec, and Seattle, WA, it began as a passion project to help individuals who had suffered from a stroke to get better and back to their normal lives. Now venture capital funded, Jintronix has broadened its sights, developing tools to help both patients and physicians. By developing unique, engaging and effective software solutions, Jintronix’s goal is to provide everyone with an affordable means of receiving physical and cognitive rehabilitation.
For over 30 years, Northern Digital Inc. motion capture systems have earned the reputation as the gold standard for motion capture among research scientists. With unparalleled accuracy, speed and resolution, the Optotrak Certus and 3D Investigator Systems will help you achieve your research goals. Both systems easily integrate with other research devices, ensuring true-synchronous collection of data that meets all your needs. The Optotrak Certus and 3D Investigator’s “active” technology means you will never waste time sorting data points. Now Northern Digital Inc. also sets the new standard in force plate technology. Northern Digital Inc. TrueImpulse force plates provide superior performance and unique integration features without compromising affordability.
Noraxon USA provides market leading technology in measurement and training devices, such as EMG, gait analysis, biofeedback and 2D/3D motion analysis, that enables a unique approach to a fully equipped analysis and therapy concept for clinical and research applications. The leader in Human Performance Measurement Solutions for over 25 years!
Magstim provides the means for neuroscientists to work with the human brain in awake subjects by manufacturing and supplying state-of-the-art clinical and research instruments. Magstim and Neurosign products cover the fields of Neurology, Psychiatry, Cognitive Neuroscience as well as ENT, Orthopaedic and Neuro-surgery.
Magstim maintains a strong commitment to R&D and product improvement. Collaborating with researchers in British and European major centres of expertise (as well as those in North America and Japan) ensures that Magstim remains informed about clinical and medical advances, enabling the company to develop products at the forefront of technology
Polhemus pioneered motion tracking over 40 years ago introducing pilot head tracking for Military and Commercial aviation. Today, they extend their motion tracking expertise to solutions in Biomechanics, Neuroscience, Virtual Reality, Simulation and Training, Sports Motion Analysis, and Health Care.
Phoenix Technologies Inc. is the industry leader in the development of true real-time motion capture systems for scientific research and dynamic feedback applications. PTI’s multi-tracker system technology includes patent pending 'automatic continuous' calibration, 'instant' calibration, and extremely wide angle capture capabilities. Latest innovations such as haptic markers and uniquely self-identified wireless markers with zero wrong ID probability further deliver a seamless autonomous motion capture possibility. Traceable 3D accuracy for each tracker and microsecond data latency make these systems powerful, flexible and fully expandable for virtual reality, rehabilitation, human factor, dynamic motion control, and biofeedback applications and research purposes.