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  • Advanced, high-quality and user-friendly solution for ground reaction force measurement.

  • Simple and quick analyses of static balance, gait and explosive movements.

  • Strong and rigid mechanical design with top-level electronics provides the highest level of accuracy and puts our force plates as a top solution for practice and science.

For science and practice



Objective evaluation of training progress and identification of weak links in the kinetic chain are two key elements in sports diagnostics to excel in physical performance. Force plates are a necessity in training and diagnostics of a vast majority of elite athletes.




Direct comparison between the healthy and injured side is often the only way to evaluate the effectiveness of a rehabilitation program. This can be either static balance assessment in elderly or power analysis in elite athletes. In both cases the aim of a rehabilitation program is to restore the function of the injured side.




Ground reaction force measurements allow identification of people that have a tendency to get injured more frequently. With static balance analysis we can assess the risk of a fall in elderly population, whereas with a step analysis during running we can identify a risk for a non-traumatic injury of the lower extremity. 




Ground reaction force measurement is very common in sport science research. High accuracy and simple synchronisation or integration with other measurement systems sets our force plates as one of the top choices at the field of sport science and biomechanics. 


ARS (Analysis & Reporting Software) is the results of a long interdisciplinary development of our company. It is a unique software interface for ground reaction force measurement that allows easy and quick data management, signal acquisition, analysis and report generation. All automatically calculated parameters were validated in science by several independent researchers.


Force plates are available with one or two plates. With a single force plate we measure the ground reaction force from both sides simultaneously, whereas with a double plate, each side is measured independently and allows left-right comparisons. Both versions can be designed as a portable product or built-in stationary product. All force plates are unique as they do not need an external power supply other than a USB interface.