ViTRAK Systems Inc. Releases New Video Imaging Module For Its Stepscan® Gait Analysis System

CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI – May 6, 2016 – ViTRAK Systems Inc. (ViTRAK) is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its video capture module as a new feature of its Stepscan® gait analysis software.

Our pressure sensitive floor tile system and gait analysis software measures under foot pressure distribution as well as all temporal and spatial gait parameters. The incorporation of HD Digital Video Cameras supplements the assessment of mobility by allowing the capture of digital video illustrating the patient’s full body motion on two planes, synced in real time with the Stepscan® recorded gait assessment.

About Basler

The camera and lens components of this module are provided by Basler. With its headquarters in Ahrensburg, Germany (part of the greater Hamburg metropolitan area), Basler is a leader in the world market of vision technology, with multiple subsidiaries and representative offices in Europe, the United States, and Asia.

Founded in 1988, Basler is the largest unit volume producer of digital cameras for industrial applications in the world. Manufacturers of equipment, machines, and plants incorporate our cameras into their own products. Our premium cameras are predominantly used in industrial mass production, medical technology, the life sciences, retail applications, as well as in intelligent traffic systems.

“We are pleased to partner with ViTRAK Systems Inc. (ViTRAK) in their next development phase with Stepscan®. We look forward to supporting and strengthening ViTRAK for years to come”, said Jamie Abercrombie, a Key Account Manager with New Business Development.

About Stepscan Technologies

Stepscan (previously ViTRAK Systems Inc.) is a federally incorporated Research and Development company dedicated to the development and commercialization of its two patents in the field of movement tracking and analysis. The company’s pressure sensitive flooring system has many applications beyond medical research and clinical rehabilitation, including sports training and clinical drug trials, as well as military training /virtual simulation and security.

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