Alexandra Hammerberg

My dissertation work with the Moticon sensor insoles, funded in part by the National Science Foundation, is situated at the intersection between biomechanics research and clinical orthopaedics, with applications towards rehabilitation medicine. The insoles allow us to take our work outside the laboratory and access environments and terrains that are not possible to reproduce in […]

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dipl. Sportl. Veit Senner

I like most the good compromise between ease of applicability and usefulness of the scientific data – This is especially good for me. On top, for me as a professor, there is always this topic entrepreneurship and how this is working. I can only say that it works, but it is not easy – you […]

Prof. Mag. Dr. Thomas Stöggl

We work with Moticon products in training routines because of the simple setup without much preparation effort. I like the realization of the vision of wireless measurements with low effort and little interference for the athletes as well as the company’s excellent customer support

Prof. Dr. med. Tim Pohlemann

Innovative, technologically brilliant – an important step in comprehending post-op patient activity for clinical research. For the first time, we were able to track continuous load profiles across complete healing processes of lower limb fractures.