VITAAL is an innovative, comprehensive system for geriatric rehabilitation.
What is VITAAL?
VITAAL is an innovative, comprehensive system for geriatric rehabilitation. It uses wearable sensors and a web-based interface to provide evidence-based motor-cognitive training with high usability and quick/barrier-free application in the clinic and at home. An assessment system is included in the setup for the analysis of the functional status using a simple to use gait assessment tool. A digital web-based rehabilitation cockpit helps as a centralized management in the whole process.
- Gait Analysis
- Training individualization
- Progress monitoring
- Profiles management
- Inertial Sensors for movement analysis
- Dynamometer for PFM contractions monitoring
- [Bluetooth Smart (R) connectivity]
- Management and Decision Support System (MDSS)
- Targeted interventions through gaming
- Unlimited replay value
- Usable interfaces
- Interaction using body movements
What's the innovation?
VITAAL effectively combines an easy to use system to conduct personalized training interventions and a gait assessment system with the use of web-based technologies to optimize the interventions and provide relevant data in the rehabilitation process.
Effective, target-oriented training, that promotes health and independence in older adults.
The innovative solution uses advanced gait analysis to help formulate individualized training interventions
31 August 2020
New Promotional Videos...
New promotional video for the VITAAL solution We are in the making of new promotional videos, that are going to be shown soon. The videos will show the advantages and the functions of the system in an easy and understandable manner. We will keep...
31 August 2020
Project extension for 6 months...
Update on the status of the project during the COVID-19 pandemic In April this year we have just started to have the first usability studies for our prototype. We have extended the development phase and put more effort to have a more reliable first...
10 January 2020
Paper Publication from our Partner KULEUVEN...
Exergames in people with major neurocognitive disorder: a systematic review The purpose of the paper was to systematically evaluate the efficacy of exergames in individuals with major neurocognitive disorder. Published on the Journal: Disability...
The VITAAL project (AAL-2017-066) is funded by the European Commission as part of the Active and Assisted Living Program and the National Funding Agencies from Portugal, Belgium and Switzerland.