The measure system in action
At first, a detailed determination of the current health status of the affected person takes place.
This includes the perceived afflictions, the foot form, shoe size and health history.
Only then, the decision about a measurement can be made.
While walking, no two steps are ever alike, which is why a measurement of only a few steps makes no sense. The gained data can be statistically faulty and is thereby not representative of the real facts. On the other hand, when collecting massive amounts of data, all results spread around a midpoint. This midpoint shifts in direct correlation to the tread angle of the foot and possible dysfunctions.
Because of this, a measurement time of 12 hours is recommended to display a whole day. To inspect the effects and effectiveness of made provisions, future measurements are endorsed.