Functional autonomy preservation
with a twist of adventure

  • Continuously updated fun exercise content
  • Addresses physical & neurological rehabilitation
  • Attracts new clients & extends residents’ stay
  • Creates strong stakeholder’s adoption
  • Innovative revenue streams

KINE-SIM

The first balance and motor capacity exercise equipment dedicated to physical and neurological rehabilitation as well as to preservation of functional autonomy. It combines two motion platforms in perfect synchronisation with multimedia content for passive and assisted movements.

KINE-SIM (en)
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Two independent platforms with 3 motion axes each
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Height adjustable tactile HD monitor with speakers
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Personalized and synchronized multimedia exercises
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Finger print and password controlled access
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Upcoming : Embedded 3D camera
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High sensibility pressure sensors for interactivity
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Height adjustable handrails
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Hooks for optional safety harness
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Emergency kill switch
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Integrated wheels for easy handling
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Internet connected for updates content
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Compatible with numerous connected devices
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Testimonials

DIVERSIFIED AND PERSONALIZED SCENARIOS

  • Ride a gondola in Venice or sail thru caribbean sea
  • Trek Costa Rica Jungle or Great Wall of China
  • Walks along Seine River or Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris
  • Dance with rhythm on Latin tunes
  • Ski to the French Alps
  • Take a bus or a subway ride
  • Revisit your souvenirs of a past trip or your childhood neighborhood
  • Play balance & hability serious games

And much more!

ADVANTAGES

  • Single equipment that serves multiple purposes: rehabilitation and functional autonomy preservation
  • Constantly renewed content and personalized exercise that can be adapted to several and different users
  • One equipment can be used from early stages of fragility to end of life
  • Safe, accessible, affordable and easy to use

ALSO FOR

  • Physical and neurological rehabilitation
  • Amputees
  • CVA
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Parkinson
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Autonomy loss
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Musculoskeletal problems
  • Cranial injuries