Responsible person: Ing. Viktória Rajťúková, PhD.
Location: Letná 9, main building, ground floor B-block, room B-P015

Focus of the laboratory

The laboratory is intended for non-destructive, non-invasive and non-contact thermal imaging diagnostics applied for the purposes of research and development, especially in the field of medicine and diagnostics in other areas, as well as for teaching purposes. The laboratory also has static and dynamic scanners, a full-body scanner. The laboratory equipment includes the following systems and equipment for ergonomic measurements, equipment for comparative mechanical tests in tension and compression. The laboratory is also used in teaching at the bachelor's degree in prosthetics and orthotics.

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Objectives of the laboratory

  • Gain knowledge about the possibilities and application of scanning systems in the field of prosthetics, orthotics and calceotics

  • Familiarize students and teach them to work with the equipment and methods of taking anthrometric parameters using digitizing devices

  • Mechanical testing of materials produced using additive technologies

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Laboratory equipments

  • Scanning systems

    Body scanner TC2 NX16

    Creaform Exascan 

    Steinbichler Comet L3D

    Artec Eva

Creality CR-Scan 01


  • Infrared cameras

    FLIR ThermaCAM E 320

    ATC 2000 camera

    Flir SC660 Thermo Science Set

    Infrared camera IR-InSight T200/20

    Fluke Thermal imager Ti55 IR fusion

    TInfrared camera Tiger 4 plus system


  • Other devices

    Ergo Set for ergonomy measurements

    PC Dell Precistion T1700

    Sensing system Tactilus Human Interface

    Hegewald&Peschke TableBlue 5kN with extensometer CCD-50



  • Software for recording data obtained during mechanical testing

  • Ergonomic software for PDAs

  • Ergonomic software for web applications

  • SW Quickreport – processing and evaluation of thermal imaging images


Taught subjects

  • Prosthetics and orthotics 1
  • Prosthetics and orthotics 2
  • Biomechniacs in prosthetics and orthotics 1
  • Biomechniacs in prosthetics and orthotics 2
  • basics of prosthetics and orthotics
  • Protetometry
  • Goniometry  in prosthetics and orthotics
Contact adress:
Technical university of Kosice
Faculty of mechanical engineering
Department of biomedical engineering and measurement
Letná 9, 5th floor A-block
042 00 Košice, Slovakia




Office hours:

Tuesday: 8:00 a.m to 12:00 a.m

Thursday: 8:00 a.m to 12:00 a.m