Research Using Biometrics Ltd Sensors and Instrumentation in India
Keywords: 2019, Ankle, EMG, India, DataLINK, LE, gait, orthotics
FALAH HASANABDULSADAH1 , FAISAL HASAN1 , QASIM MURTAZA2 & SIDDHARTH BHARDWAJ
To compare various Ankle Foot Orthoses (AFO), Biometrics Ltd DataLINK and EMG were used to measure gait while walking and climbing stairs in a patient with drop foot.
Keywords: 2017, India, Ergonomics, EMG, DataLOG
M Wilson Kumar, S J Vijay, K L Vasudev, S Darius Gnanaraj
This ergonomic study utilized Biometrics Ltd DataLOG, EMG sensors and software to determine the best hight for the handle of a shopping trolley.
Keywords: 2017, India, Fatigue, Pain, Goniometer
Somnath Kolgiri, Sheelratan Bansode, Dr. Rahul Hiremath
This literature review notes Biiometerics Ltd electrogoniometers as a commonly used method for measuremant of angular displacement of upper extremity postures.
Keywords: EMG DataLINK Software Comfort Ergonomics Productivity Upper Extremity India 2013
Asmar Husain, Abid Ali Kahn, Faisal Hasan. 2013. International Journal of Advancements in Technology Vol.4, No. 1
This study utilises Biometrics Ltd EMG sensors connected to the DataLINK unit in order to document the effects of screwdriver handle ergonomics. Data is analysed using Biometrics Ltd DataLINK Analysis software and compared with comfort data along with productivity results. As the experimental variables change, data is collected and displayed with regards to each measured parameter.
Keywords: DataLINK EMG SX230 Analysis SW Gait Analysis Lower Extremity India 2009
N Kunju, N Kumar, D Pankaj, A Dhawan, DR Amod Kumar; Indian Journal of Biomechanics, Special Issue (NCBM 7-8 March 2009)
Biometrics Ltd DataLINK and SX230 EMG used to measure EMG activity of Gastrocnemius and Soleus muscles whilst subject was walking. Data was analyised using the RMS and Median Frequency filters in the Biometrics Ltd Analysis Software.
Keywords: EMG SX230 UE Robotic Arm Control India 2008
GS Patel, A Rai, S Prasad; Sensors and Transducers Journal March 2008, vol 89, issue 3, pg 39-51
The aim of this paper is to describe a human machine interface using Electromyogram (Biometrics Ltd SX230 EMG sensors) signal to artificially control the limb movement.