ergoscan– innovation at work

The ergoscan measures ergonomic posture directly at the workplace.
A holistic concept based on analysis as well as individual tips and exercises supports the elimination of inappropriate load distribution on the spine and ensures a sustainable and healthier sitting posture.

How it works:

1. 3D measurement

Place the ergoscan on your monitor and easily register using the device ID. The data is transmitted online so that the ergoscan does not require any complex installations. A noiseless 3D sensor detects your sitting posture at your workplace within 2 days. You can continue your workflow as usual and you will not be bothered at all by the measurement.

2. Your individual posture report

After the measurement you will receive your individual posture report. The most common postures are analyzed, evaluated and visualized accordingly for you. You will also receive individual tips and exercises for a better and more ergonomic sitting behavior.

3. Online Coaching and education

In addition you get access to a 14-day online coaching. It supports you in strengthening your back health and improving your everyday life sustainably. You can carry out the exercises directly at the workplace or by using your mobile devices – allowing for maximum flexibility regardless of time and location.

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ergoscan for your company

Would you like to care for the employee health and are you looking for an innovative, flexible solution?

With the ergoscan you can address all employees of your company individually. You can support them in avoiding postural damage and promote a sustainable healthy sitting posture at the workplace. Depending on the size of the company you can utilize one or even more ergoscans. After the measurement has been successfully completed, the ergoscan can simply be passed on to the next employee. In this way up to 50 employees of your company can easily benefit from one ergoscan within one year.

The ergoscan is the successful result of a 3-year EU research project in cooperation with the Vienna University of Technology. The project was supported and funded by: