The ProtoKinetics Zeno Walkway detects and collects pressure data from individuals who walk upon it, providing metrics for a wide variety of gait and balance assessments.
The Zeno Walkway is often used in clinics, hospitals, classrooms, and gait and biomechanics laboratories. It can be installed permanently or quickly rolled out for temporary setup.
It is available in a variety of sizes and consists of three separate layers: a protective base, pressure sensor, and customizable protective top. Depending on the size of the walkway, the pressure carpet has 16,162 to 46,080 sensors to capture movements.
The Zeno Walkway captures data on the following:
- Gait initiation
- Gait with assisted devices
Data captured by the Zeno Walkway is used for research, education, and tracking patient progress.
You may be a good candidate for gait and balance analysis with the Zeno Walkway if you have any of the following:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Muscular dystrophy
- Cerebral palsy
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Date of last review: December 9, 2016
- Author: Christina Kwasnica, MD