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The Aetrex technology development team features a diverse group of leading software programmers that work together to create an exciting user interfaces and experiences for your customers. For over 15 years this group has developed software for scanners and mobile devices that have helped millions of people experience relief from unnecessary foot pain.
Albert captures unmatched data and information about feet, enabling consumers to make more educated buying decisions when it comes to footwear and orthotic purchases. Featuring 18 digital cameras, 960 infrared LEDs & receptors and over 5,000 gold plated sensors, Albert offers the most sophisticated, interactive, in-store scanning experience to date.
AlbertOS I iStep Pressure & Arch Types
Aetrex was the pioneer of pressure plate technology to consumer markets, launching iStep in 2002. Over fifteen years later, Aetrex has placed over 10,000 devices globally that utilize this proprietary technology. iStep has educated millions of people throughout the world about their particular arch type, pressure points and much more. With the latest Albert release, iStep pressure plate technology is integrated into the new operating system. With an updated sensor design, we are now able to capture more data and see greater definition of the pressure points than ever before. The latest feature is the Pressure Meter, which allows you to pinpoint a particular spot on the foot to understand the level of pressure in that specific area and iTest to compare pressure with and without orthotics.
SOLS 3D & Sizing provides a 3D viewing of the foot, enabling the ability to rotate the foot 360 degrees. There is also a zoom function within the rotation, so you can hone in on certain areas of the feet to understand details of the anatomy.
Additionally, SOLS 3D accurately provides the length, width and height measurement of the foot presented to 1/10th of a millimeter.
Featured within the AlbertOS, iStep® Pressure Technology offers a colorful 2D view of the foot, showing pressure points and arch type. This component of the software displays a pressure meter, allowing you to touch a particular point on the foot to see the numeric level of pressure in that section.