make sense of motion
Combining smart sensors and biomechanics, Gait Up provides objective motion analysis solutions for Sports and Health with wearables that rival accuracy of legacy motion labs.
Motion analysis solutions
Easy. Accurate. Versatile.
Our technology differs from usual wearables by providing products with research-grade reliability, drift-free accuracy, auto-calibration convenience, and robust customization to specific applications.
Top academics, scientists, and engineers already use Gait Up’s systems and algorithm in 22 countries worldwide:
“We measure 10 to 12 patients per day with Gait Up reliable measures, to identify who is at risk of falling”Prof Büla, Head of Geriatrics, CHUV
“In this area where it is too easy to lie, Gait Up solid algorithm are just more serious, more reliable. Everything from them just works well and without any hassle.”Cedric Mangaud, CEO Octonion SA/PIQ
“Very interesting, I’ll come to try it”
“I would love to know which shoe fits me best”
“That tool is a must!”
News & Events
Gait Up was at CHUV Lausanne to propose all seniors to get their own gait evaluation at the World Alzheimer’s Day. The Gait Analysis system, using only wearable foot-worn sensors, is currently used in clinical routine evaluation by physiotherapists for screening...read more
Ultra-Trail Runners’ Performance Analysis with Physilog® sensors by the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL)
Discover the results of the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL) analyzing Ultra-Trail Runner's Performance, during theTor des Géants, an ultra-trail race (of 332.5km with 24'000m change in elevation) in Valle d'Aosta (IT). This study...read more
Lausanne University Hospital measures upper limb function in children with hemiparesis with Physilog® sensors
A collaborative research between Paediatric Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Unit of the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) and the Laboratory of Movement Analysis an Measurement of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) measured upper limb...read more