Analysis of movements of the lower and upper extremities

We develop systems for analyzing and quantifying movements of the lower and upper extremities to improve clinical diagnostics, condition monitoring, and evaluation of patients with motor disorders.

Our method is based on the use of different sensor systems (inertial and camera systems) for efficient and undisturbed movement monitoring and the development of intelligent algorithms for the analysis and processing of recorded signals (digital signal processing, artificial intelligence).

So far, the results include differential diagnostics of patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases based on machine learning, automatic and objective prediction of clinical scales using an expert system and specially developed learning rules, and validation of the developed solutions on different groups of participants representing a wide range of real clinical cases.

Research studies are performed in collaboration with the Neurology Clinic Clinical Center of Serbia, Faculty of Medicine – University of Belgrade, and Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France.