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K-Deltas force plates for static and dynamic balance

These force platforms are dedicated to the advanced biomechanical analysis of sports performance. Connected via Bluetooth to the KForce app, the K-Deltas help physical trainers and rehabilitation professionals manage the athlete’s return to sport.

Thanks to their design, their load capacity and their high sampling rate, the K-Deltas measure performance in a totally versatile and fast way compared to any other system on the market.

Key Features

  • Versatile performance analysis
  • Analysis of forces and velocities
  • Jump analysis and functional evaluations
  • Team statistics


Stance evaluation

Center of pressure and weight ditribution measurement.

Dynamic report

This report can be used on squats or push-ups. It gives you the average distribution, the instant maximal ground reaction force, the weight distribution according to the intensity of the forces.



Weight distribution work

Set a weight distribution objective and margin and work on a static basis



On more challenging

Meet Karl, the KINVENT’s kangaroo who moves in different playful setups. The games are customizable in order to train the patient or athlete with fun and towards a target, which can be adjusted in terms of percentage of the Max Evaluation, depending on the assessment results. Moreover, there are 10 levels of difficulty for each game, proposing an extra challenge to the patient/athlete.



Jump Analysis

Counter Movement Jump and Squat Jump (CMJ &SJ) protocol: evaluate jump height and obtain indicators during the impulse phase on thrust, power, explosive force, RFD (Rate of Force Development) and left distribution /right.

Drop Jump (DJ) protocol: allows to obtain the jump height after a landing, the development of the force during the contact with the ground and the RSI (Reactive Strength Index).

Key-turn protocols

Force/Velocity Spectrum Profile: Measurement of the optimal load for peak power, a leading test in biomechanics of strength and physical readiness. Direct your training towards one of these two antagonistic components.

Dynamic Strength Index (DSI): Measures the ratio of an athlete’s ballistic peak strength to their isometric peak strength. This protocol includes Isometric Mid-Thigh Pulling Peak Force (IMTP) and Ballistic Peak Force when Countermoving Jump (CMJ).

Unipod CMJ / SJ: highlight left/right differences in thrust, force, power, RDF, jump height.

Use Cases

Functional Analysis

Squats and Push-ups

Analysis of ground reaction forces and their distribution

Jump Repetitions

Get pace, height, power and fatigue index

Skipping Test

Get cadence, air time and reaction forces for each leg.