New Software Version 1.12


The 1.12 release introduces two new protocols, a new section in the GMF module and some other minor changes


New section in the GMF Module

Clicking on the "Deviation" tab is possible to list "deviations" from normal physiology, divided by the different parts of the body. Select a single line to display the possible underlying causes and the practical meanings at the bottom. Note that this instrument should be used solely as an encyclopaedia, never as a diagnostic tool.

Slant Board Protocol

This is a protocol composed of 10 Sway tests (static-postural) to be done on a “Slant Board” (we recommend a 15° slant).

The scapular tests to be done with Gyko (remember the anteroposterior and mediolateral body movements are evaluated, not the angles of the ankles, see chap. are as follows:

  • Flat Right                                 (Sway on the rt foot outside the floor board)
  • Right Dorsum Flexion                (Sway on the rt foot on the board with plantar flexion)
  • Right Plantar Flexion                (Sway on the foot on the board with dorsiflexion)
  • Inversion Right                         (Sway on the rt foot on the board in inversion)
  • Eversion Right                          (Sway on the rt foot on the board in eversion)
  • Flat Left                                  (repeat for the left foot)
  • Left Dorsum Flexion
  • Left Plantar Flexion
  • Left Inversion
  • Left Eversion

Reps Protocol

The Reps protocol is comprised on the following tests:

  • Reaction Reps
    • The optical impulse reaction test with 3 repetitions
    • 10/average Reaction Time [s.] is taken as score S1
  • Power Reps
    • 3 Jump Test
    • The average Power [W/Kg] is taken as score S2
  • Speed Reps
    • 10 second Tapping Test
    • The Average Rhythm [p/m] / 6 * Coefficient of Contact Time Variability [s.] is taken as score S3

A final Reps Score consisting of S1 + S2 + S3 is calculated at the end of the three tests

Reps Protocol

Patient Weight Trend

Every time an athlete's card is saved, it is saved in a weight chart; a dedicated view shows the chronological overview and trend chart. A report can be printed.

Jump Tests with overload

In the secondary parameters of the Jump Tests, the weight of a lifting bar, kettlebell or other item of equipment used during the test can now be entered (in absolute form and as a % of body weight). The Energy and Total and Specific Power values are consequently recalculated. (see chap. of the user handbook)

Witty RFID Management

The Witty RFID reader can be connected directly to the PC or positioned remotely away from the PC which has a Witty·Timer chronometer attached by USB (see chap. of the user manual)


  • Right click on a video to open the default software set up in Windows (e.g. Media Player, VLC, etc.)
  • The maximum number of jumps in a jump Test is set at 999
  • The zip compression component for ogn format export has been changed to now permit exports larger than 4Gb
  • Logitech Brio and Basler acA2040-120uc and acA1300-200uc webcam support


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