iMotus™ is a compact sensory unit that combines multiple sensory systems, including accelerometers, gyroscopes, and magnetometers, to measure and track the orientation, velocity, and gravitational forces of an object in motion. iMotus™ measures linear and angular motion using a combination of accelerometers and gyroscopes with multiple applications, including navigation, robotics, virtual or augmented reality, sports, automotive, aerospace, locomotion, and healthcare industry.


iMotus Standard Edition (iMotus-S)

The standard edition of iMotus™ provides a state-of-the-art sensory system that plugs into iMotus™ software to read, analyze, restore, plot, and interpret data in real-time and provide advanced statistical data analysis. iMotus-S is mounted on objects with any shape, form, or material. The iMotus sensor transfers the measured data to a computer wirelessly and does not need a cable to transfer data.

iMotus Wheelchair Edition (iMotus-W)

The wheelchair edition records, analyzes, and plots real-time data from a pair of sensors attached to the right and left wheels, while the user drives a wheelchair, bicycle, or any mobile vehicle with a differential drive mechanism. This makes iMotus™ a powerful, multipurpose tool that provides crucial data analysis.



  • Navigation

    To provide accurate positioning, orientation, and velocity data, especially in areas where GPS signals may be obstructed, such as indoors, in tunnels, or in urban canyons.

  • Robotics

    To provide feedback on the robot's movement, orientation, and acceleration and control the robot's motion and ensure precise positioning.

  • Virtual Reality

    To track the user's head movements and provide a more immersive experience by mounting the sensors on a headset or other device worn by the user.

  • Sports

    To measure the athlete's motion and provide feedback on their technique and help improve their performance and prevent injury.

  • Gait Analysis

    To measure a patient's gait and identify any abnormalities in their walking patterns. Gait analysis can be helpful in diagnosing conditions such as Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, and stroke.

  • Fall Detection

    To detect falls in elderly patients or those with balance issues, which can help caregivers or family members respond quickly and prevent injuries.

  • Rehabilitation

    To monitor a patient's movements during exercises, track their progress, and help therapists customize treatment plans and improve outcomes.

  • Remote Patient Monitoring

    To monitor patients remotely, and can be useful in tracking patients with chronic conditions or those who are recovering from surgery.

  • Automotive

    To provide information on the vehicle's motion and orientation in order to control various systems, such as stability control, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning.

  • Aerospace

    To provide information on the vehicle's motion and orientation through which the vehicle's attitude and ensure precise positioning can be controlled.

  • Posture Analysis

    To monitor a patient's posture and identify any potential issues, which can be helpful in preventing conditions such as back pain and improving overall spinal health.

  • Sleep Monitoring

    To monitor a patient's sleep patterns, help identify sleep disorders, and improve overall sleep quality.


Tactile Robotics enters into a University-Industry Research Collaboration agreement with Toronto Metropolitan University
An interactive sensory system to record and monitor human motion in physical rehabilitation
Tactile Robotics receives a grant from NRC-IRAP to commercialize our Digital Health products including iMotus family

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