Scottsdale, AZ-based Noraxon USA, a leader in human movement metrics and biomechanics research solutions, in November introduced the Ultium biomechanics research system.
The flagship of the Ultium family is the paired Ultium-DASH universal receiver and the Ultium-ESP electromyography (EMG) sensor system.
At the nucleus of the groundbreaking research system is the Ultium-DASH, a wireless hub that receives, synchronizes, and transmits data simultaneously from different sensing devices to the company’s myoResearch software platform. It is capable of simultaneously processing high-fidelity data from up to 16 Ultium sensors at one time.
Engineered with sophisticated EMG technology at its core, the Ultium-ESP sensor is an intelligent, multimodal wireless electronic signal portal that accommodates 10 unique SmartLeads capable of capturing virtually any type of biometric and physiological data, from any type of hardware. Its design makes it possible to capture, synchronize and analyze high-fidelity biomechanics data in real-time.