Evolution in Motion.

Bringing gait analysis to everyday life - for both humans and animals.

Challenge the norm.

Movement-related issues and injuries lead to deviations from normal walking behaviour.

Analysing walking patterns, also known as gait, is crucial and a standard procedure in many healthcare segments such as mobility disorders, rehabilitation, performance training, clinical trials, R&D and more.  

VectorizeMove Humans

However, even in 21st century caregivers are compelled to make critical decisions by relying only on their subjective experience.

 

There are no good objective tools available for fast, reliable decision-making in their daily practice!

VectorizeMove Animals
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The new status quo.

Walkbeat shows a unique gait signature for all moving beings on the planet - humans and animals.

Included in the top 100 innovations by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, Walkbeat is world's first easy-to-use wearable solution that analyses gait on the go, giving you deep insights within seconds. 

It's all in real-time so you can visualise results anytime, anywhere in the world.

 
Why and How.

According to WHO, 1 out of 6 people on the planet suffer from mobility issues during their lifetime.

 

And yet, for over a Billion+ humans and animals, gait assessment is still subjective as no good objective tools are available, either for caregivers or patients!

 

Sounds strange? Here is a short video explaining how Walkbeat aims to alleviate this growing global challenge. 

VectorizeMove Awards

Top 100 innovations of 2019 -

Swedish Embedded Award -

SKAPA Priset Halland -

Best Traction Award -

Best Traction, JCE Accelerator, Public's Award -

Year's New Digital Company -

Year's Top Innovation -

Top 20 ideas -

Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

Swedish Electronics Society/Svensk Elektronik

SKAPA Foundation

VentureCup Startup Competition (Finals)

VentureCup Startup Competition (Regionals)

Digit1 Accelerator HMS, Halland 

Halmstad University

VentureCup Idea Competition