The JUMP project worked towards the realization and testing of a smart force platform which can provide information and analyze performance (e.g. in the healthcare, sports or education fields) thanks to the use of cameras and sensors.
The force platform is covered in a highly versatile pavement which is adaptable to different surfaces in terms of type and dimension. It can be used in several leisure or educational activities, whenever data on active users need to be collected.
The material covering the platform makes it invisible to the user, who can then move freely without being influenced by intrusive technology. Thanks to the tracking sensors and cameras, the smart platform collects and processes information which can be visualized on an app and on other communication systems based on effective, ergonomic and usable User Interfaces.
The project is financed by the POR-FESR 2014-2020, Axis 1, Action 1.2.2.
RE:Lab was the coordinator of the project
- RE:Lab developed the innovative HMI
RE:Lab managed Communication and Dissemination activities of the project