OT Bioelettronica Day 2017: Applied Research and EMG State of the Art

OT Bioelettronica Day 2017: Applied Research and EMG State of the Art

OT Bioelettronica Day 2017 will focus on applied research projects and EMG state of the art.

The previous event proved extremely popular and was attended by 41 Research Centres and six companies (with 82 participants from 17 different countries).

Register for the event FREE on the OT Bioelettronica website.

A detailed program will be uploaded soon on the event webpage.

In brief the day will include:

  • Seven scientific presentations in the morning
  • Hands-on and EMG race, that will show real time muscle and mechanical measurements on a rally car in the afternoon
  • Lunch/coffee breaks will be offered by OT Bioelettronica.