Altec, Inc.

A Commitment to Forward Thinking

Altec is grounded in Research and Innovation for the purpose of advancing bio-signal and wearable sensor technologies used in movement sciences. We draw on engineering and physiology principles to design advanced ground-breaking technologies that provide ease-of-use for the customer and reveal new information contained within bio-signals, particularly from the electromyographic signal.

Concepts | Scientific Advisors

EMG Investigations with Delsys

Innovative Technology

We are continually at the forefront of providing innovative biomechanical tools for your research community

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Empirically Supported

We deliver pragmatic technologies and support with the same rigor your research demands

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Dedicated Service

We are committed to providing all our users with support from our experienced and knowledgeable education team

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Trigno™ Wireless

Trigno™ Wireless

A high-performing device designed to make EMG signal detection reliable and easy.

System | Sensors

dEMG System

dEMG System

A non-invasive biofeedback system for motor control studies and investigations of motor unit behavior.

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Bagnoli™ Desktop

Bagnoli™ Desktop

Known for reliability and versatility, Bagnoli™ Desktop EMG Systems deliver the best performance for all applications.

System | Surface EMG Sensor

Applications

For over 20 years, Delsys has been committed to providing the most advanced EMG and biomechanical sensors on the market. Our innovative technology makes it easier for research labs, hospitals, and educational institutions across the globe to study human movement.

sEMG | dEMG

Systems Integration

Delsys systems add significant value to your new or existing lab with their ability to seamlessly integrate and work with a number of commonly used biomechanical equipment and data acquisition platforms.

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Recent News

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Ten travel awards will be offered by the National Science Foundation to support the participation of US-based students to the Motor Control Group Symposium at the 65th Annual Meeting of the @ACSMNews in Minneapolis on 29 May 2018.

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4 days ago
RT @Dr_Burr: Wrapping up a great final day @SPRINZ_AUT with @kelly_sheerin . Thanks for the great lectures and hands on experiences this… delsysinc photo
5 days ago
Reminder: The 7th Symposium on Motor Control in Biomechanics will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA) on May 29th 2018, on the pre-conference day of the 65th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).

Register at https://t.co/WDzxLxvpom https://t.co/74vl6TaA7s
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5 days ago
RT @delucafdn: Mr. Michael Twardowski at the Annual @WPI Graduate Research Innovation Exchange.

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6 days ago
Free Clinical Biomechanics Textbook to 15 Qualified Graduate Students. Details and registration at https://t.co/9x5K8yKzZN https://t.co/27J8k2LZOE delsysinc photo
1 week ago
In 2 Weeks: The 7th Symposium on Motor Control in Biomechanics will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA) on May 29th 2018, on the pre-conference day of the 65th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).

Register at https://t.co/WDzxLxvpom https://t.co/97J01VdWk2
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23 Strathmore Road
Natick, Massachusetts 01760

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