Cutting-edge tools for equine health professionals




Exercising ECG

Patented electrodes, scientifically validated, can accurately collect exercise ECG with GPS and locomotion data.



Quantify locomotion

Veterinary tool to help the diagnosis of locomotor asymmetries.



Exercising ECG

Patented electrodes, scientifically validated, can accurately collect exercise ECG with GPS and locomotion data.



Locomotion quantification

Veterinary tool to help the diagnosis of locomotor asymmetries.


At Arioneo, the reliability and validation of our products are at the core of our concerns. Our goal is to offer the most authentic products possible to our customers. We are proud to be able to bring scientifically validated, medically accurate technology to our veterinary customers.



To meet the needs of professionals and satisfy the requirements of the equine sector, we scientifically validate every breakthrough we make.


We have a unique relationship with each of our partners to leverage the power of data by confronting the numbers to their feelings and experience.


We work in collaboration with our users. Our business model was thought to nourish our development by the experience of our customers who directly benefit from the improvements their feedback helped to build.


Engineers, data scientists, developers, veterinary experts in sports medicine, and researchers contribute every day to the development of the sector and to the improvement of horses’ well being.


It is straightforward to use. We save time on fine and complex lameness with a global vision of the horse in 2 round trips.

Dr. Casamatta

Equine Clinic of the Conques

I am a great believer in the value of EQUISYM for monitoring sport horses. It allows us to anticipate the degradation of locomotion.

Dr. Schlotterer

Equine Clinic Mon véto Bailly

Arioneo sensors are straightforward to use. Before, it was pretty challenging to collect several heart rate data from the same horse on different exercises because you had to go to the stable to install the tool, wait etc. With EQUIMETRE, trainers and riders can install the sensor themselves without having to go to the stables.

Dr. Cristobal Navs de Solis

Veterinarian specialised in equine research

Arioneo’s EQUIMETRE has established itself as a partner in the horse’s health and performance. The quality of the measurements is such that they can be used to develop a diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmia based on the recorded electrocardiogram.

Dr. Emmanuelle van Erck

Veterinarian specialised in equine sports medicine, ESMP


Horse locomotion in a circle: analysis and interpretation

The locomotion of the horse in a circle is particularly complex to analyze and interpret. Impacts, analysis and example of interpretation.

Equine welfare: the measurement indicators’ complexity

In this article, we will make a quick review of the equine welfare history, analyze several indicators allowing a first multidimensional evaluation of the equine welfare, and finally list some initiatives that have been implemented by the institutions to prevent abuse.

Research projects: the use of locomotion quantification tools – Claire MACAIRE

We had the pleasure to discuss with Claire MACAIRE, ac graduate of a master’s in biomechanics and bioengineering, who works every day with EQUISYM, a tool for quantifying locomotion, as part of her thesis.

Stress in horses: what impact on health and performance?

In this article, we will look at the main indicators for measuring stress, as well as the physiological and behavioral consequences of stress. Finally, we will look at the different methods for stress management in order to improve the well-being of the horse.

How to measure the evolution of the horse’s locomotion?

The quantification systems allow monitoring the evolution of the horse’s locomotion, collecting and storing data from different examinations.

EQUIMETRE VET, a second scientific validation

EQUIMETRE is scientifically validated for ECG and arrhythmia detection, two years after being validated for heart rate.

PR. Henry CHATEAU – Research & Training – EQUISYM

In this interview, Professor Henry CHATEAU explains how EQUISYM is used for veterinary training and clinical research.

6 reasons why you should use a locomotion quantification tool

Discover the six reasons why using a locomotion quantification tool adds real value to the daily work of an equine veterinarian.

Longitudinal monitoring of the athletic horse’s locomotion

Longitudinal monitoring of the horse is a significant challenge for the management of locomotor diseases, their study and, their prevention.

Lameness diagnosis : physical examination

Lameness is a common health problem in horses. It is through clinical examination that veterinarians can evaluate and grade it.