Inspired by science, designed by engineers
Through extensive collaboration with academic departments globally, we continuously learn how to bring new meaningful applications to the market.
Scientifically proven and validated
Over the years, we have actively participated (and keep doing so) in over 3,000 Ph.D. studies, research papers, scientific articles, and books, allowing us to expand our knowledge in the field of biomechanics. The insights we get from internal and external research enable us to create innovative tools for use in different fields, from applied biomechanics to computational science.
Elevate your biomechanical research with Materialise Footscan Suite
When it comes to scientific research, innovation, accuracy, and reliability are critical components for a successful project. That is why we have created Materialise Footscan Suite, a robust and clinically accepted gait analysis hardware and software built to support biomedical research teams with personalized engineering and simulation.
- Measure and analyze in one environment
Consolidate every part of the process and keep all your data in a unified system. Integrate footscan easily into your motion lab
- High-quality measuring devices
Choose pressure plates for dynamic gait analysis or 3D scanners for foot shape scan. Acquire accurate data deriving from high scan frequency and sensor resolution.
- Wide range of analysis tools
Import 3D scans, apply automatic zone editing or test out the risk analysis feature.
- Export options
Export raw data of the static, balance, dynamic measurement as well as 3D scan data
- Flexibility & Ease of use
Modify the analysis to fit your specific requirements with the manual zone editing feature. Launch dynamic measurement action with one click and focus on guiding the subject.
- Advanced interface
Review data in a clear, user-friendly interface with enhanced visualization.
If you require high-speed scanning while maintaining high precision, we suggest you opt for our pressure plates. They support dynamic, static, and balance analysis by combining a sensor density of 3 sensors per cm² and optimal measuring speed. Pressure plates come in various dimensions, from 0.5 m up to 2 m.
3D scanners, on the other hand, are used for a complete and detailed 3D scan of your subject’s foot (including the ankle), so you can capture and analyze volumetric data. Like pressure plates, they are also available in different models suited for all your demands.
Depending on your research needs, we advise combining both measuring system