• simVITRO

    A Critical Tool for your Translational Research

Translating your discoveries from bench to bedside requires powerful and flexible tools that adapt to the changing needs of your research. simVITRO is a robotic testing system designed for translational orthopaedic biomechanics research. With a simple set up and native real-time force-feedback control, there’s no need for programming, so you can focus on getting the exact answers you need rather than spending time developing custom software tools for each new test.

simVITRO can also be used for biomechanical testing of hand & wrist, foot & ankle and elbow joints as well as in manufacturing. The webinar developed with Robb Colbrunn from the Cleveland Clinic outlines how the modules for testing different joint types work with simVITRO.

How simVITRO makes it easy to streamline your orthopaedic research

  • The streamlined user interface between software and hardware makes for a simple set up, configuration, testing and analysis.
  • The flexible base software has modules for every major joint as well as general purpose applications.
  • With its native, plug-in style architecture, simVitro allows for customisation of many aspects of the system, allowing for easy modifications mid-project without having to set up the test all over again.
  • With a hardware neutral framework the integration of new hardware is simple as a software driver update, making it easy to tailor and expand your system.
  • The common platform with easily interchangeable configuration and data files makes collaborations simpler, whilst ensuring accuracy of data.
  • Our detailed instructions manual has guides on setting up and amending all aspects of customisation with simVitro. Not only that, but support is available via email and phone.

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