SYNERTIAL

Samsung Electronics

 

Location: Seoul, South Korea

Date/Duration of the Project: December 2014

 

Client Needs
Bring portable and easy-to-use full body motion capture into their Siemens Jack and PSH environment for the electrical appliance R&D lab.

 

Challenges

  • Improve accuracy into their ergonomics analysis using our AutoCal module
  • Rebuild client’s confidence in inertial motion tracking after unfavorable results with competitors products.
  • Overcoming the client’s misinformation about magnetic drift of inertial motion capture systems.

 

The Solution
Conduct an on-site training session in Seoul with Ali to help out as needed.

At the conclusion of the session, the client knew how to create accurate kinematic models using the AutoCal module, and the subsequent matching of the AutoCal model to the Jack ‘Human’.

 

Equipment Used

  • IGS-180-i
  • Jack and PSH driver
  • IGS-Bio SW
  • IGS-Jack SW
  • Magnetic Disturbance Compensation SW
  • AutoCal SW & HW

 

The Team

Syneryial Founder, Ali Kord, on-site with Peter Skorik (Synertial Digital Factory) online to get them rolling with AutoCal and the Jack plug-in.
 


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