REMEDES – Reflexes Measurement System



REMEDES is a multi-device system oriented towards high precision measuring and recording reflexes via visual or/and auditorial stimuli. The system is suitable for detecting and quantifying a person’s proprioception/kinesthesia (awareness of the position and movement of the parts of the body). REMEDES applications include: a) training, modeling of athletic performance, tracking personal or group performance over time, and b) diagnosis, rehabilitation or tracking the progress of neurological, neuromotor, psychiatrical or opthalmological conditions.

The REMEDES system comprises a number of wireless devices (REMEDES Pads), which can be placed in arbitrary positions, and be “programmed” so as to implement different exercise types. Via the accompanying software, each exercise’s results are analyzed and a report is exported containing the personalized and comparative performance of the user.

The REMEDES project initiated in 2017 and since then it has represented AUTH at TIF Helexpo (2017, 2018, 2019), as well as in other research-related events. Furthermore, the first scientific results of the REMEDES utilization in the health domain were presented in the 11th PICAD & 3rd MeCoND conference, as well as the 2019 Onassis Health Day. Currently, three pilot setups have been performed, one for sports, one for neurocognitive disorder assessment (in the Greek Association of Alzheimer Disease and Related Disorders, Hagia Eleni) and one for special education (EEEEK Kilkis); all pilots are active and still running.

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ISSEL team working on the project: R4A