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As a start-up in the digital health sector, we are constantly developing and improving our 3D posture analysis and integrating new features. Here you can find out what we are currently working on and which research projects we are currently involved in.


Playfully to more movement

ergofox researches PriviLEG

Innovation in cooperation


The change does it!


Exercise games with health goals, so-called exergames, are not only gaining increasing interest in rehabilitation. No wonder, because the main thing here is to have fun while moving. Unlike most previous providers whose systems are based on a 3D sensor, our team is currently developing an exergame that works with any integrated computer or mobile phone camera.

With ergofox you will soon not only be able to record your posture in the office, but also crack your own high score and thus playfully ensure more movement in everyday life. Here's a little preview:

ergofox research: PriviLEG

Together with the FZI Research Center for Information Technology and corvolution GmbH, ergofox is investigating privacy mechanisms for the self-determined handling
of medical data within the framework of company health management.

The aim of PriviLEG is to research and test privacy mechanisms for screenings in company health management. These mechanisms allow the employees themselves to control which health data is available to the employer via the data trustee of the health application to control preventive measures in the company.

PriviLEG is a project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as part of the "KMU-innovative: Information and Communication Technology" measure in the technology area "Communication Systems, IT Security".



Were you also surprised by the result of your measurement and are now wondering how you should sit best? The keyword is active sitting. Active or dynamic sitting, i.e. frequently changing between different sitting and standing postures, is the healthiest way to organize everyday life in the office.

Therefore, we are currently developing the Active Sitting Score. For the first time, this will make it possible to qualitatively measure the dynamics of sitting and thus make reliable statements about how dynamically you sit.