F-Scan GO is the next generation of the award winning F-Scan in-shoe gait analysis system.
The F-Scan In-Shoe system is a compact, new generation technology for clinicians and researchers that provides dynamic pressure, force and timing information for foot function and gait analysis. Information obtained from the F-Scan is used in real-world applications, like designing and testing orthotics, offloading diabetic feet and evaluating footwear and techniques in elite athletes.
The lightweight, cord-free, wearable electronics with onboard storage lets your subject enjoy full freedom of movement while you capture their natural in-shoe gait with the highest resolution data in the market.
Freedom of Movement: Cord-free wearable ultralight electronics encourages natural movement. No cables or cords, and no distance limitations allowed full freedom of movement for any advanced gait study.
Unique Information: The highest resolution sensors available provide accurate in-shoe measurements. Having the ability to compare peak pressures before and after orthotic intervention greatly enhances the efficacy of treatment. The F-Scan go gives you the most sensor data points at highest scan rates for the most detailed and accurate gait assessment on the market.
Versatile: Perfect for both the gait lab and in the field, the versatility of F-Scan GO makes it the preferred choice for use in applications that are central to Biomechanics research. It is highly portable and can be used in almost any environment, its data can be easily exported, and it synchronizes with external devices; such as EMG and Motion Capture, through external trigger input controls.
Powerful Software for impactful insights: Tekscan's next generation of research software – improved interface, more intuitive, and enhanced for use with a tablet. FootVIEW simplifies data collection and analysis and provides a user-friendly layout using docking regions that allows the user to easily organize information in dashboards.
Best in Class Sensors: F-Scan GO sensors have optimal spatial resolution for in-shoe pressure measurements, and the highest resolution sensing on the market. The sensors are ultra-thin, yet durable enough to last for multiple trials.