Digital Factory & Industrial

Digital Factory

The ability to create simulation of movements in real time, with minimal need for post-processing, ease of use and the cost effiencies made are just some of the reasons why customers look to Synertial and our mocap systems.

The IGS 180i allows for motion tracking in areas previously unreachable – assembly lines, welding shops, paint rooms and other locations that are demanding in terms of magnetic interference.

‚ÄúSynertial were able to work with us to provide a motion capture system that can be used to capture actual workers on the production line, not just training simulations in the lab. Streaming real-time movement data into Siemens JACK saves Skoda time and money as we no longer require specialists to create JACK animations”.

- Peter Skorik : Project Lead – Skoda


Our motion capture suits are now fully compatible with Siemens JACK and PSH ergonomics human modelling software.

Manufacturing companies in a variety of industries are addressing the ergonomic aspects of manual operations during early stages of product design and manufacturing planning.

Our systems when used in conjunction with JACK or PSH, enable you to improve the safety, efficiency and comfort of the workplace environment using digital models.

IGS Glove – ‘Siemens Jack’ Realtime Capture

IGS-270: Siemens Jack RealTime Full Body Analysis


Magnetic Compensation

New magnetic compensation algorithms in the IGS 180 operating software, allows motion capture to take place in industrial or metallic environments, giving Synertial inertial motion capture suits a distinct advantage over optical systems in manufacturing and health and safety applications.

How to Motion Capture in a moving car


Synertial inertial systems have a significant advantage over optical systems as they do not suffer from occulsion or line of sight problems. The resulting clean, highly detailed motion capture data gives you valuable information about the relationship between the human subject and the test object.

Integrating ergonomic evaluations into warehouse design and management

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