- • NOKOV's motion capture technology offers spatial XYZ coordinates for both human bodies and robots, collecting joint angle data such as 6DoF, head and trunk, upper limbs (shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand), and lower limbs (hip, knee, ankle, foot).
- • NOKOV's motion capture systems seamlessly integrate with a wide range of biomechanical research equipment, including force plates and electromyography (EMG) devices. This powerful synergy empowers researchers to conduct in-depth, comprehensive analyses across multiple domains.
NOKOV delivers 3D XYZ coordinates, 6DoF data, Yaw, Roll, Pitch, Euler angles, and more, establishing a solid foundation for UAV posture control and motion planning. By utilizing NOKOV's submillimeter-accurate 3D position coordinates, formation, autonomous obstacle avoidance, tracking, and cooperative control of UAVs can be achieved.
Achieve advanced formation, autonomous obstacle avoidance, following, and cooperative control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) using NOKOV's cutting-edge optical motion capture system. Our technology provides 3D position coordinates with sub-millimeter accuracy, enabling seamless and reliable UAV operations. Trust NOKOV to empower your UAV projects with unparalleled precision and performance.
3D Dynamic Measurement
NOKOV provides real-time 3D position information, displacement, velocity, acceleration, and other essential data, making it suitable for applications like vibration testing, durability testing, stiffness testing, load testing, and more.
Compared to measurement tools like laser displacement meters and accelerometers, NOKOV's motion capture system offers a non-contact solution with enhanced accuracy down to the submillimeter level.
Ship Building, Underwater, Marine Applications
NOKOV's motion capture technology can record motion data for underwater moving objects, including robotic fish, underwater AUVs, submarines, ships, oil pipelines, cables, and more.
By evaluating a scaled-down model of a ship under various conditions, such as diverse wave patterns and amplitudes, varying wind conditions, and currents, the actual ship's performance can be accurately forecasted.