Case studies

How data-driven ergonomics can help objectify the “benefit/risk” ratio of using an exoskeleton

Context and challenge  The purpose of this study is to objectively evaluate an exoskeleton efficiency in a context of facade renovation (involving stone cornice cutting). The principle adopted is based on a « before/after » comparison of the cutting activity, […]

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CAPTIV – A solution to maximize workplace ergonomics

Motion capture and wearable technologies supporting safety and workplace ergonomics As an actor in occupational health and safety, TEA has developed the CAPTIV software and hardware solution that maximizes workplace ergonomics by identifying the risks of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in […]

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CAPTIV x ALSTOM / Evaluation of the tightening activity

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