Our Research Focuses

We strive to base all that we do on the latest scientific evidence and are actively engaged in the study of human movement and development of technologies to enhance human motion. Much of this work is performed and disseminated in collaboration with other organizations we are proud to call our partnersOur core research and development areas include:

We are continuously improving and expanding the capabilities of Caplex in ways we think are most responsive to the needs of the community. Head over to Products > In Development page to view our newest additions to the platform.

We are applying Caplex to the exploration of critical design questions in the pursuit of more effective prosthetic, orthotic, and exoskeleton devices. 

We are exploring the application of Caplex technology to enable test-drive strategies to inform the design & selection of prosthetics & orthotics in clinical practice. 

New topics and device types we are beginning to explore include:

Collaborative Research Publications

A randomized, cross-over predictive validity study of a novel test-drive strategy for prosthetic foot prescription

Morgenroth DC, Halsne EG, Turner AT, Walker NR, Hansen AH, Caputo JM, Curran CS, Hafner BJ. (2021) World Congress of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics.

Comparison between a robotic prosthetic foot emulator and corresponding commercial prosthetic forefoot angular stiffness properties

Halsne EG, Turner AT, Curran CS, Hansen AH, Hafner BJ, Caputo JM, Morgenroth DC. (2021) World Congress of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics.

Programming a robotic prosthetic foot emulator to mimic commercial prosthetic forefoot stiffness properties to optimize prosthetic foot prescription: methods and validation

Halsne EG, Curran CS, Caputo JM, Hansen AH, Hafner BJ, Morgenroth DC. (2021) Military Health System Research Symposium.

Customer Research Publications

Interested in Partnering on Research Opportunities?

We would be excited to explore how we can work together on advancing our understanding of human biomechanics and help to develop transformative mobility solutions.

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