Detect and follow the evolution of locomotor disorders in horses
Veterinarian mobile application
Collect objective horse data in seconds thanks to the veterinary artificial intelligence tool Tendiboots™
Equine technology simplified
Quickly use your Tendiboots™ for either routine examinations or for complex lameness examinations as well as for your rehabilitation follow-ups.
AI at the veterinarian's service
Our artificial intelligence has been developed in collaboration with specialized equine veterinarians. Our data highlights the functioning of the horse's limbs and helps you in the early detection of locomotion disorders.
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Equine medicine connected with Tendiboots™
From customer illustration to diagnostic research
Tendiboots™ connected boots are a concentrate of technology with unparalleled ease of use. As simple and quick to put on the limbs as classic protections. This Horsetech tool works with a free mobile application, allowing you to check the biomechanical data of the recorded horse in a few seconds.
Tendiboots™ analyze for you each phase of the stride to help you detect the origin of a locomotor disorder.
The phases of the stride
Help with early detections
Area of expertise
Early detection of locomotor disorders
1 month of battery life
Compatible iPhone and Android
Assistance 7 days a week
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