Collaborative projects (CPs) drive the development of our computational models and tools. They help us identify technological needs within the bioengineering, biomechanical modeling, data science, mHealth, and rehabilitation research communities. We work with them to define the specifications for tools to address those needs, and they serve as beta testers to refine and harden the tools we develop and share through extensive two-way collaboration.
Service Projects (SPs) expand the usability of the software, models, and other resources we develop. They provide greater coverage than our Collaborative Projects (CPs) and test the generalizability of our resources.