These include a range of physiological and biomechanical sensors that are used in all types of human movement research and education.
Since our inception in 1993, we have focused on solving the engineering challenges associated with wearable EMG sensors. These challenges include: low signal artifact, low crosstalk, signal reliability, and signal consistency.
Our products play a fundamental role in helping thousands of researchers and educators in 85 countries worldwide understand and solve human movement disorder problems.
We focus on markets where our patented parallel-bar sEMG sensors make the difference in our customers’ research.
We market a wide range of innovative products that are designed to meet the needs of our broad customer base. These products include: wired and wireless physiological and mechanical sensors, amplifiers, and software solutions.