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Delsys – Wearable Sensors for Movement Sciences2019-04-08T10:15:47-04:00


The first technology to reveal the signals that drive human movement

Neuromuscular networks convey signals between the brain & muscles to enable human movement. These signals are rich with information but challenging to monitor, and have remained hidden from view until now.

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Trigno Avanti Platform

A trusted brand for reliable EMG & Neural Firings recording for research, medical, educational and OEM applications

With built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, this dual-purpose system enables you to record EMG + movement data from anywhere and at any time. Leveraging these abilities makes the system the optimal indoor/outdoor tool for both advanced research and mobile clinical conditions.


Mobile EMG Suite

Monitor Muscle Performance and Recovery. Anytime. Anywhere.

Ensure high-quality recordings using the real-time signal quality check with EMG Plots. Take your sensor recordings on-the-go with your mobile phone using EMG Logger.

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News & Events

Wonderful presentation by Professor Masuda at the Asian Symposium on Motor Control in Biomechanics 2019. Fukushima University, Tokyo. https://t.co/R77wCvbUvz delsysinc photo

Dr. William Kraus and his team from @DukeUniversity1 just published their work in the @FrontPhysiol journal on a 10 YEAR legacy study into long-term effects of exercise training programs. Congratulations to Dr. Kraus - check it out here! https://t.co/nX3vNMn9Qg

Huge congratulations to a longtime Delsys user, Dr. Aysegul Gunduz, on her Professorship - what an amazing honor, and clearly well-deserved! #UF #BME #BrainMappingLaboratory #WomenInSTEM https://t.co/0o5erbi112
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Congrats to Dr. Aysegul Gunduz who has been selected to receive a #UF Research Foundation Professorship for 2019-2022! 🙌

The #UFRF professorships were created to recognize faculty who have established a distinguished record of research & scholarship.

#WomenEngineers #UFBME https://t.co/puHzD8NkBz

Asian Symposium on Motor Control in Biomechanics @tokyotech_jp @tokyotech_en

In Honor of Prof. T. Masuda’s retirement from rich academic career at Fukushima University.

Date: April 19, 2019
Register: https://t.co/32J78Nww6I

Pleased to have Dr. Devita ( @BiomechanicsDay ) at Delsys – Natick, MA facility) and talk about different facets of Biomechanics of Human Locomotion on April 11th. Delsys wishes him all the success with NBD and we will be there to support Dr. Devita in this ambitious endeavor. https://t.co/p6TCIp8aNm delsysinc photo

Fascinating new publication from @okstate Applied Neuromuscular Physiology Laboratory @Dr_DeFreitas. Demonstrating the effects of vibration on the maximal motor unit firing properties

⬇️in motor unit firing rate & max. voluntary strength after vibration

https://t.co/IUGna0wWsQ https://t.co/QCbpoy3F1q
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