RunEASI wearable enables runners to train and rehabilitate more efficiently

The sensorámeasures the impact on the body while running and detects any movemen
The sensorámeasures the impact on the body while running and detects any movement compensations that may occur.

New KU Leuven spin-off combines biomechanical expertise and AI

Being able to exercise without pain or injury: it’s every athlete’s dream as well as the goal of RunEASI, a new spin-off of KU Leuven. RunEASI’s wearable measures the impact experienced by runners and provides scientific feedback that can help them avoid and recover from injuries. The spin-off is supported by the Gemma Frisius Fund and the Freshmen investment fund.

Runners typically use a heart rate monitor, but this device does not offer insight into how the body responds to the impact caused by the feet landing on the ground. And yet, this impact is precisely what determines the risk of injuries. ...
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