European Patent Office launches video about Kinexon technology
Great video by the European Patent Office that highlights the impact of KINEXON’s precision tracking technology on sports, media and healthcare!
In 2013, Kinexon won the European Satellite Navigation Competition. In the video, Dr. Alexander Hüttenbrink (Managing Director at Kinexon) explains their patent-pending system which uses multiple small sensors acting like satellites for high-precision in- and outdoor localization. By applying these techniques to sport, trainers can follow and replay their players’ movements. With 3D centimeter-level accuracy, the system can also be used in hospitals and care homes, where it could even detect when a patient falls.
To view the video please visit the following link.
The European Patent Office was set up in 1973. It is the biggest regional patent office in the world and applies a uniform procedure to examine patent applications. It enables inventors, companies and researchers – from Europe and all over the world – to protect their inventions in up to 40 European countries, covering a European market of some 600 million people.
Thanks to European Patent Office for highlighting Kinexon’s high-potential localization technology.