How useful is satellite positioning system (GPS) to track gait parameters? A review

@article{Terrier2005HowUI,
  title={How useful is satellite positioning system (GPS) to track gait parameters? A review},
  author={Philippe Terrier and Yves Schutz},
  journal={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={28 - 28}
}
Over the last century, numerous techniques have been developed to analyze the movement of humans while walking and running. The combined use of kinematics and kinetics methods, mainly based on high speed video analysis and forceplate, have permitted a comprehensive description of locomotion process in terms of energetics and biomechanics. While the different phases of a single gait cycle are well understood, there is an increasing interest to know how the neuro-motor system controls gait form… CONTINUE READING

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