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Sorry introduction good evening
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everybody. So we are gate up and we are
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changing the way people do most
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analyses we were rebels why movement is
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important. What movement is more than
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importance movement is essential
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normalise movement always to come to
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this room to move itself redone it's a
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basis for everyday life unfortunately
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can be affected my trauma these these
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ageing of falls okay so this is false
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this is bad things happen in the real
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world. We live with before you can
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injure you'll you have you can have hip
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fracture can find many bad consequences
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it destroys lives and it cost billions
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was decided well how can we tell that
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this man was gonna fall if you go to a
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geriatrics and very expert you name it
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takes time look at him and and these
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guys a bit for time week we should do
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something. But guess what doctors don't
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have the time to do that can we use a
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fit be tracker no way you cannot tell
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you with these guys gonna fall. So what
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can we do. It's why gate up arrive at
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gate up what we do is providing the
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most advanced motion on on I takes with
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the way roles and white is a most white
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is needed because with these accurate
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data you can support a diagnostics
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prevent the fall from happening because
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once it happens it's too late. And you
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can follow rise intervention means if
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you like given medication to the
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patient you can see the progress thanks
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to a change in the data to to see
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summarise what it is motion sensing
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this is a pretty new domain happening
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now it's two biomechanics what is CG as
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being too casual or G twenty years ago
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but it's it's a pretty in touch
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subject. So the data we cover the full
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saying. We do the stencils we provide
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applications in health but also in
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support because movement is the
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essential for both then we do. So
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algorithm and the software that is
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really the core of our know how do you
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see for example the speed here as a
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colour code means if your guy is in the
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red zone unions he would he he has more
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chance to fall in the year viability
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has been so nice to be only signs of
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parkinson's disease for example. And
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symmetry this is after operation
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surgical operation for example you have
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any questions again and you can see the
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progress after shows surgery. And where
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really how data enable Irene I see
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happening in when the professionals
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used is that as an Ally ticks to share
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temptation the progress justify why the
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need intervention or not or in the
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sports for example to tell then which
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to the need for an in the next twenty
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kilometres in lausanne. So just an
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example is bill a professor bit ahead
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of the geriatrics machines is measuring
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ten to twelve patients but they with
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our system and use that as a systematic
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screening tool. And how point is up to
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date we are not systematically assess
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assessing the gate as a test as a
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clinical test but it should be one day
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and this is what we are doing now the
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beauty of it is we won cortex you have
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all these different applications for an
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assessment on money monitoring realtime
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feedback in sports I even science and
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research what we come from. And from
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the company standpoint I just said we
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we started we we get would like to say
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we are born in research and how
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professor was a pioneer no doing the
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first measurement with the gyroscope
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and human fifteen years ago first
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buttons in two thousand so really you
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have this fifteen years of expertise
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dealing with initial stencils now we've
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grown sales without external investment
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in already ten people. Um yeah this is
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it we lose on this there is no better
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prove than what we do is is right we've
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these people that first class in
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research clinics or industry group. I
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thank you very much. And yeah I'm here
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after for some networking and
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discussions if you're further

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