Solution for researchs
The Kinebot is an innovative technology that uses the concepts of artificial intelligence and computer vision to measure joint angles.
It is a kinematics solution, and in full development, which takes the data to the researcher in a simple and fast way, as it works only by loading the video of the activity to be observed.
Ergonomics case certificate – ABERGO 2021
These data can serve to evaluate the most diverse activities and serve as a technical basis for professionals who study human movement, such as:
Ergonomic assessment of movements/postures
Functional kinesiological diagnosis
Range of motion assessment
Activity default gesture
Joint range of motion assessment
Authors: Márcio Alves Marçal, Alison Klein, Guilherme Henrique Magalhaes Amaral, Gabriela Oliveira, Geane Rodrigues Chaves
Authors: Paulo Henrique da Silva Colla, Alison Klein
Authors: Fernanda Cristina Do Amaral, Mariana Karas Zella, Maria Lúcia Leite Ribeiro Okimoto, Marta Karina Leite
Authors: Paulo Henrique Zanon, Lizandra Garcia Lupi Vergara, Tamires Fernanda Barbosa Nunes, Alison Klein, Juliana Vieira Schmidt Teixeira
Authors: Luiz Carlos Kowalski Junior, Samuel Cavalli Kluthcovsky
Author: Felipe Alledi de Souza
We at Kinebot want to take this solution to all researchers who are investigating aspects of human movement, whether it is the application of new practices or even the diagnosis of dysfunctions.
To encourage the scientific development of kinesiology and kinematics, we created KINEBOT/PRO-RESEARCH, a special program for students/researchers of specialization, master’s and doctoral programs.
Kinebot’s science support program offers students duly enrolled in specialization/master’s/doctoral programs with agreements the kinematic evaluations carried out with Kinebot for their research.
In addition, we offer technical support in extracting and processing data, technical support to guide the collection and use of data, in the construction of the methodology and academic guidance support regarding the construction of research projects.
Want to research kinesiology?
Count on Kinebot
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