Tekscan leaps to the future with a focus on tablet-based apps to improve mobility and enhance user experience

By LER Staff Tekscan, the Boston-based developer of tactile pressure measurement systems and software, is building on its user-friendly technology with a new focus on freeing its practitioner-users from their desks and laptops with seamless interfaces between mobile devices and the company’s sensors and software. “What’s resonating with clinicians is mobility, and being able to use a single device for multiple tasks,” said Peter Gantchev, Tekscan’s medical product manager. Tekscan is responding to this need by developing tablet applications for its In-Shoe and MobileMat Systems

By LER Staff Tekscan, the Boston-based developer of tactile pressure measurement systems and software, is building on its user-friendly technology with a new focus on freeing its practitioner-users from their desks and laptops with seamless interfaces between mobile devices and the company’s sensors and software. “What’s resonating with clinicians is mobility, and being able to use a single device for multiple tasks,” said Peter Gantchev, Tekscan’s medical product manager. Tekscan is responding to this need by developing tablet applications for its In-Shoe and MobileMat Systems

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Tekscan leaps to the future with a focus on tablet-based apps to improve mobility and enhance user experience