Your mobile measurement companion.
The OpenGo App resembles all functions for data acquisition with OpenGo Sensor Insoles. Giving you the freedom you need for mobile operation in the field.
The master controller for data acquisition.
Special Bluetooth Low Energy protocols enable sensor insole control and loss-free data transmission with low power usage.
Live data previews
in real time.
Various live data widgets allow you to keep track of foot dynamics while a subject is moving. Include graphs, audio or tactile information to create biofeedback for your training intervention and record high resolution sensor data simultaneously.
Data acquisition made easy
The right settings for your task.
Access all relevant settings from one single screen. Adjust the record mode, include sensor channels, set sample rate or a timer and fully meet the requirements of your measurement task.
3 Operation Modes
Use Live Capture to transmit sensor insole data in real time or use Recording to store data on the sensor insoles’ on-board memory for standalone operation.
Smart Recording puts intelligence in place and triggers recordings when the user is active. This mode uses pattern recognition to start, stop and resume recordings.
The Timer stops on-board recordings automatically after the preset time has elapsed. Saves you time and avoids waste data for testing athletes in the field when many subjects are tested directly one after the other or when subjects move far away from the starting point.
Sensor Channel Setups
OpenGo Sensor Insoles allow you to collect the full range of motion data. But sometimes, you may want to save memory space, battery runtime or you just don’t need all information.
Choose from 3 common sensor channel presets or configure any combination of sensor channels individually.
File system & labeling
for your needs.
Keep your data organized with consistent measurement labeling right when data is acquired. Create use names, comments and tags to individualize your data management.
The onboard file system allows you to select one or multiple measurements for transfer and access to related information.