ActiGraph Releases First Triaxial Activity Monitor

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ActiGraph announces the release of the GT3X, the first activity monitor with 3-axis data collection capability by the industry leader in activity measurement devices.

The development and release of the GT3X exemplifies ActiGraph's commitment to pursuing engineering initiatives that meet the constantly evolving needs of our customer base.

ActiGraph announces the release of the GT3X, the first activity monitor with 3-axis data collection capability by the industry leader in activity measurement devices. The highly-anticipated GT3X ActiGraph collects and records human motion using a triaxial accelerometer, allowing for the maximum level of activity and movement pattern analysis available today. GT3X features include 4MB of non-volatile memory, an extended battery life of up to 20 days and an inclinometer to determine subject position and periods when the device has been removed.

"The GT3X combines advanced data collection technology with the proven accuracy and reliability of an ActiGraph product," said Jeff Miller, ActiGraph's Vice President of Engineering. "The development and release of the GT3X exemplifies ActiGraph's commitment to pursuing engineering initiatives that meet the constantly evolving needs of our customer base."

Since its inception in 2004, ActiGraph has served the research community in more than 45 countries and is widely considered the gold standard in actigraphy based activity measurement. ActiGraph continues to witness dramatic market expansion as the applications for the science of actigraphy grow to include not only physical activity research, but also sleep diagnostics, rehabilitation monitoring, obesity and diabetes research, sports medicine, pharmaceutical drug testing, and veterinary science.

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