Real-time gait event detection using wearable sensors.

@article{Hanlon2009RealtimeGE,
  title={Real-time gait event detection using wearable sensors.},
  author={Michael Hanlon and Ross Calley Anderson},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2009},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={523-7}
}
Real-time gait event detection is a requirement for functional electrical stimulation and gait biofeedback. This gait event detection should ideally be achieved using an ambulatory system of durable, lightweight, low-cost sensors. Previous research has reported issues with durability in footswitch systems. Therefore, this study describes the development and assessment of novel detection algorithms using footswitch and accelerometer sensors on 12 healthy individuals. Subjects were equipped with… CONTINUE READING
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