ARIONEO VET SERVICES 

Cutting-edge tools for equine health professionals

OUR  SERVICES 

 PHYSIOLOGY 

EQUIMETRE VET

Exercising ECG

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

 LOCOMOTION 

EQUISYM

Quantify locomotion

Veterinary tool to help the diagnosis of locomotor asymmetries.

 PHYSIOLOGY 

EQUIMETRE VET 

Exercising ECG

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

 LOCOMOTION 

EQUISYM

Locomotion quantification

Veterinary tool to help the diagnosis of locomotor asymmetries.

 SCIENTIFICALLY VALIDATED  TOOLS

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.

WHY CHOOSE  ARIONEO 

SCIENTIFIC VALIDATION  & MEDICAL ACCURACY

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

PERSONALISED RELATIONSHIP

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.

CONTINUOUS INNOVATION AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

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.

PASSIONATE TEAM OF EXPERTS

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.

CLIENTS  TESTIMONIALS 

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

OUR RECENT  ARTICLES 

The experience of Fouaad Mirza with EQUIMETRE

We had the chance to talk to Fouaad Mirza, international eventing rider, about his use of EQUIMETRE. Discover, through this discussion, how Fouaad Mirza trains his horses and integrates the connected sensor into his daily routine.

Hard/soft surface: how does it affect the horse’s locomotion?

Today, the vast majority of horses are more comfortable on soft surface which improves propulsion, shock absorption, and makes their locomotion lighter. But how does the ground affect the horse’s movements? Is it possible to quantify these variations in locomotion?

EQUISYM & Jean-Luc Mourier, international show jumper

Last November, we went to the Haras des Grillons (Valence) for the Winter Tour organised by Hubside Jumping. We had the opportunity to discuss with Jean-Luc Mourier, an international show jumper competing up to the CSI4* level, about his EQUISYM experience. Discover, through these few questions, the advantages of using EQUISYM for sport riders.

Horse’s back: how does it work?

The horse’s back is a key element of equine biomechanics, linking the hindquarters to the forehand, and supporting the rider’s weight. The different anatomical structures and muscle chains that compose the horse’s back provide flexibility and propulsion.

Horse lameness: to what can it be linked?

Detecting pathological asymmetry in its early form is one of the key issues in veterinary practice. This allows, besides other things, to optimise the treatment success through the implementation of an optimal care.

But to what asymmetries can be linked? Are specific lamenesses more common in forelimbs? Or in hindlimbs? And how can they be identified?

Horse back: anatomy and biomechanics

To better understand how the horse’s back works, it is necessary to discuss the various anatomical structures involved in the biomechanics of the horse’s back – and neck. But which anatomical structures are involved in back movement?

How to implement a connected sensor in your veterinary activity?

Connected sensors now allow for the monitoring and evaluation of each horse’s physical activity, thanks to medical precision and a multitude of functions that can be tailored to the needs and objectives set.But what are the real added values of these systems for veterinary diagnosis? How can these connected sensors be integrated into the daily activities of equine health professionals?

Diagnostic anesthesia : how to measure its effectiveness?

Diagnostic anesthesia is a technique for reducing or eliminating pain. This technique is used to sedate a horse by “blocking” the nerves in a specific area.

But how can diagnostic anesthesia be interpreted? Is it possible to quantify its impact and influence on the horse’s locomotion?

Improving arrhythmia detection in racehorses with predicted covariates on electrocardiograms – EQUIMETRE VET

This poster is part of the arrhythmia detection project: the development of a statistical model for the detection and classification of cardiac arrhythmias in sports horses, carried by the EQUIMETRE tool. This first work enables to formalize the problem of arrhythmia detection and thus to translate it mathematically and propose a first solution.

Horse injury: what influence does the discipline have?

It is rational to think that a horse, depending on his discipline of predilection and his performance level, will have some predisposition to a specific type of injury. But today, what does science say about this?