Sleip participates in ICEL9 and Locomotion in Practice 2023

Sleip will be participating in the upcoming International Conference on Canine and Equine Locomotion (ICEL9) and Locomotion in Practice 2023. The events, scheduled to take place in Utrecht from August 30 to September 3, will bring together experts in the field of equine and canine locomotion to share the latest advancements and practical applications.

ICEL9, a prestigious scientific conference, provides a platform for renowned keynote speakers and researchers to share the latest  findings in the field of equine and canine locomotion. In addition to the keynote presentations, the conference offers a full day of immersive workshops covering various topics, including Equine Kinematics, Surface EMG, Data Analysis and Machine Learning, and Horse Rider Interaction.


"We are thrilled to be part of the ICEL9 and Locomotion in Practice conferences," said Elin Hernlund, DVM, PhD, and founder of Sleip. "These events provide an excellent platform for sharing knowledge, fostering collaborations, and advancing the field of equine locomotion. We are excited to showcase our objective gait analysis app and contribute to the workshops on this critical topic."

Sleip will actively contribute to the conference by co-hosting workshops on "Equine Gait Analysis". Sleip's Elin Hernlund and Aagje Hardeman, distinguished experts in the field, will provide attendees with valuable insights into objective gait analysis and its practical applications.

Sleip's booth at the conference will serve as a central hub for attendees interested in exploring the features and benefits of their mobile app. The company's team of experts will be available to provide live demonstrations, answer questions, and discuss potential collaborations with veterinarians, researchers, and industry professionals.

Secure your ticket before June 19th to take advantage of the early-bird pricing.

 

 

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