Digital Orthopaedics is preparing a new application

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3DOrthoTwin: highly automatic generation of subject-specific foot finite element models.

Extract from the abstract which will be presented during the virtual conference Simbio-M

Digital Orthopaedics is proud to announce that their next application will use digital twin technology to replicate patients’ foot pathologies in order to simulate surgery prior to the real life intervention.

A digital twin consists of a virtual replica of a physical entity enriched with data.
The ultimate goal of this technology is to detect issues earlier, predict outcomes more precisely, and help to make better decisions.

Our subject-specific finite element model generation process consists of three highly automated phases: anatomy creation (geometrical model), muscle activation (multibody model), and gait simulation (finite element model).

Each phase is divided into two steps which we will describe during Simbio-M conference.

We will present a highly automatic workflow that generates a finite element model of a foot based on subject-specific geometry and boundary conditions.
The model demonstrates to predict adequately the foot in-vivo response of the subject.

Fast generation of reliable finite element models like the one described here, pave the way for personalized medicine and in-silico clinical trial applications at mass scale.

Please join us in June to find out more on the technology behind this application.