Knee Injury Prevention in Alpine Skiing. A Technological Paradigm Shift towards a Mechatronic Ski Binding

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Knee Injury Prevention in Alpine Skiing. A Technological Paradigm Shift towards a Mechatronic Ski Binding

Skiing can be beneficial for the sense of delight and wellbeing. Nonetheless, the risk of injury should not be ignored. The traditional ski binding, working solely on a mechanical principle, performs well with regards to a prevention of mid-shaft tibia fracture. However, with respect to knee injuries, it is not able to provide protection. Future concepts, such as mechatronic binding designs have the potential to decrease knee injuries that traditional bindings cannot prevent. In addition to mechanical loads, this kind of binding design uses additional parameters, e.g.

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