Discover the Blueprint behind Human Movement
Named after Galileo Galilei who forever changed the world…
Trigno™ Galileo (dEMG) sensor is the first-ever scientific instrument to record neural information during normal/dynamic human movement.
This non-invasive EMG sensor is among the first-ever designed for close-proximity recordings of muscle activity from the surface of the skin – increasing both the quantity and quality of neural information that we can see.
Trigno™ Galileo Analytics software provides researchers with opportunities to investigate: Deficits and gains in muscle strength, muscle dexterity, movement coordination and balance during natural movements.
Compatible with the Trigno™ Wireless System
Galileo Analytics Software
Motor Unit Decomposition (dEMG) & Reporting
Correlate the activation of knee flexors and extensors with power and recovery phases of cycling.
Track changes in motor unit firing behavior across strength training repetitions in the upper-limb curls.
Measure motor unit activation of the gastrocnemius during take-off and landing of plyometric jumps.
Investigate relationships between motor unit firing properties and different phases of gait.
Assess motor unit control of concentric and eccentric activity during lower-limb squats.
Read peer-reviewed publications on how the original dEMG System has been used to advance research in the movement sciences.
How would you like to use the new Trigno™ Galileo?
Join in the development and send us your feedback today.