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Established 1988 in Nussdorf-Traunstein (South of Germany) h/p/cosmos stands for convincing technology, advanced design, and safety in the production of running machines, treadmills, ladder-ergometers, sprint trainers (sprint ergometers), sports performance training and diagnostic systems as well as rehabilitation equipment.
The Manfrotto Group is a world leader in the design and manufacture of photographic and video camera supports, lighting supports and suspension equipment for professional photography, video, broadcast and cinematography.
Motek is the global leader in virtual reality robotics for human movement research, gait-analysis, and rehabilitation, pioneering their technological advancement for over 20 years. Motek products and technologies can be found in the most forward-thinking research facilities, hospitals and clinics.
Motek excels in building versatile instrumented treadmill-, balance platform- and body
Motion Lab Systems
Motion Lab Systems Inc., created the first EMG system designed for multi-channel EMG gait analysis and research in 1990 and builds reliable and accurate EMG systems for clinical, biomechanics, gait, and research use including the TMS and fine-wire environments - resulting in our logo showing a child walking out of a lab.
Smart Eye AB was founded in 1999 to provide the market with a real-time and completely non-invasive eye, eyelid and head tracking technology for a wide range of situations - a new generation of Eye Tracking technology based on 3D measurements was born.
Tobii is the leading provider of eye tracking research solutions and services designed to deepen the understanding of human behavior. Through eye tracking insights, business and science professionals are enabled to drive change and further their research.
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Treadmetrix offers gait analysis tools for performance assessment, rehabilitation, or biofeedback training. Treadmetrix instrumented treadmills provide force signals to the study of human locomotion during both walking and running.