Comparison of On-Shoe Wireless Sensor to Instrumented Treadmill and Outdoor Environment – A Pilot Study
Contributing USMA Research Unit(s)
Civil and Mechanical Engineering
ISB 2019: International Society of Biomechanics Congress
This study compared the MilestonePod (MSP) wireless running sensor to a fully instrumented treadmill (FIT) in measuring average vertical loading rate (AVLR), ground contact time (GCT), cadence, and stride length. MSP data from treadmill was also compared to MSP data during outdoor overground running. The MSP accurately measured GCT, cadence, and stride length during treadmill running compared to the FIT but failed to provide accurate AVLR data.
Schlosser, Nathaniel; Goss, Donald; Miller, Erin; Weart, Amy; and Freisinger, Gregory M., "Comparison of On-Shoe Wireless Sensor to Instrumented Treadmill and Outdoor Environment – A Pilot Study" (2019). West Point Research Papers. 247.