The data collection from interest groups within the Smart Insole project was successfully carried out. More specifically, members of the consortium carried out an experimental data collection protocol at the facilities of Palladion on February 26-28, 2020.
In the first phase, the collection was carried out using already validated systems as a first step in the computational pipeline that is being carried out, while in the near future it will be repeated using the systems developed within the project. Patients with Parkinson’s disease, the elderly and the general population participated in the data collection process. The consortium warmly thanks the volunteers as their contribution is particularly valuable for the successful development of the project.
The project “Smart Insole – An innovative wearable sensor for continuous analysis and evaluation of human gait” is co-financed by the European Commission and National resources through the action: “Research – Create – Innovate” of the Operational Program Competitiveness – Entrepreneurship – Innovation ( EPANEK ) 2014 – 2020.
See excerpts from the process as well as the interview with the technical director of the project, Dr. Nikolaos Tahos, in the following video.