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Ask the Tekscan Experts

Ask the Tekscan Experts

This webinar briefly introduces Tekscan’s technology and product portfolio. Tekscan’s CTO, Rob Podoloff and Camilo Aldro, Pressure mapping Product Manager, also respond to high-level questions directly submitted by those who use Tekscan’s products. 

Tekscan's Rob Podoloff (Chief Technical Officer) and Camilo Aladro (Pressure Mapping Product Manager) respond to technical questions submitted directly by Tekscan technology users and prospects.

This webinar also explores Tekscan’s core pressure mapping technology, a thin resistive sensor with an array of sensing points that reveal the pressure distribution between two surfaces.

The sensor shows in real-time what pressure distribution looks like for the user, and the analysis tools can show what the force over time looks like on the graph. Different frames and tools can highlight how the center of force moves throughout the recording.

This webinar provides answers to FAQs, common queries, and questions that users have regarding Tekscan’s products.

Key Topics

  • How Pressure Mapping Sensors are constructed and how they read pressure
  • Operational capabilities of the technology
  • Troubleshooting suggestions 
  • Application case-studies


  • Camilo Aladro is a Pressure Mapping Product Manager at Tekscan.

  • Rob Polodoff is CTA at Tekscan.

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