Biomechanical Force Data Software from Kistler

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Kistler North America
May 6, 2012

Measurement, Analysis, and Reporting Software (MARS) from Kistler North America, Novi, MI, acquires biomechanical force plate signals for use in athletic performance analysis, ergonomic studies, motor control behavior, rehabilitation medicine, consumer sports equipment R&D, and sports science. The software supports up to 18 biomechanical force analysis modules and features pre-triggering, data export capabilities, and the ability to provide expanded testing capabilities through evaluation of static and dynamic balance, locomotion and body transfer, fast alternating movements, repetitive counter movement jumps, and strength and power measurements. The software works with the company's type 5691A1 USB 2.0-based DA system.


CompanyKistler North America
CountryUnited States (USA)




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