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Press Release, Press Releases - November 17, 2022

ErgoSanté launches its LEA application on Android and iOS

Anduze, November 17, 2022 - Initially developed for the company's internal R&D needs, the LEA postural analysis tool, created using artificial intelligence, is now available to the general public on Apple Store and Google Play.

Used to anticipate the risk of musculoskeletal disorders (MSD), the LEA application is fast, intuitive and free. An application for the benefit of the greatest number After a first web version released in June 2021 dedicated to health professionals, ergonomists and preventionists, the release of the LEA application on Android & iOS opens new perspectives.

Particularly appreciated by specialists, the app allows to identify in one click the repetitive postural or articular constraints of a person that can lead to MSDs in the long run, and without specific support. This easy-to-use tool is now available to the general public.

Samuel Corgne, CEO of ErgoSanté, explains: " I am only interested in technological progress if it can serve our objective, which is to preserve the health of the greatest number of workers. Musculoskeletal disorders are the leading cause of compensated occupational disease. They are a public health issue. LEA allows the free and rapid generation of scientific data on the physical stress of workers during their activity. Its objective is to evaluate the needs or the effectiveness of the ergonomic solutions implemented.

Fast, intuitive and free to use

Non-intrusive for the user whose task is being evaluated, LEA transmits personalized scientific data almost instantaneously. Simply download the application and then film the task with your smartphone or tablet, or import a video. This software solution based on an Artificial Intelligence algorithm developed by ErgoSanté calculates the angle of the joints in relation to their ergonomic reference position. As new analyses are performed, the algorithm improves by self-learning. Everyone can then consult the angulations and the RULA scores, a reference analysis method used in ergonomics to evaluate the risk of exposure to MSDs. The analysis report generated at the end can be sent by email. The video can be downloaded or shared. 30 videos per account can be analyzed monthly. In compliance with the Data Protection Act (RGPD), the analyses are anonymized. Users of the previous web version have the option to download their old data until December 31, 2022 at

Download the app
Register or log in
Add an analysis (+)
Shoot a task or import a video
View RULA angulations and scores
Receive your report by email
Download or share your video