History

December 2012

SportsWareOnLine (SWOL) Injury Tracking Software crosses the 1,000,000 Athletes milestone.

November 2012

Announces new HUMAC NORM2 Extremity & Work Simulation System at 2012 Medica - Dusseldorf, Germany

March 2003

CSMI ships the first new NORM Extremity System powered by the HUMAC Computer System.

December 2002

CSMI purchases the CYBEX NORM Systems product line from Znetics. The purchase includes all designs, patents, inventory, and tooling for the continued production and support of the NORM system.

June 2001

CSMI releases the PT Website Builder. The PT Website Builder is used by Private Physical Therapy Clinic owners to build and maintain custom websites for their clinics.

January 2001

CSMI releases the HUMAC upgrade for the CYBEX NORM. The HUMAC replaces the original NORM Computer, Windows 3.1 Software, ATIC and NDCB with the HUMAC Windows software and high-speed, dual-processor, USB-based HUMAC Controller.

December 2000

CSMI releases the HUMAC upgrade for the CYBEX 6000. The HUMAC replaces the original 6000 DOS-based Computer, Software, DCB, and SCB with the HUMAC Windows software and high-speed, dual-processor, USB-based HUMAC Controller.

June 1999

CSMI purchases the CYBEX 6000 Systems product lines from CYBEX Medical, a Division of Henley Healthcare, Inc. The purchase includes all designs, inventory, and tooling for the continued production and support of the 6000 system.

August 1998

CSMI releases the HUMAC Computer Update for CYBEX 300 and Back Systems. The HUMAC replaces the outdated DOS-based Computer/Software Systems with the HUMAC controller and Windows application.

December 1997

CSMI purchases the CYBEX II, II+ and 300 Systems product lines from CYBEX, including all designs, inventory, and tooling for the continued production and support of the systems.

February 1996

CSMI designs the PVI Home Exercise Browser which allows therapists to produce custom exercise sheets showing photographs of real people performing the exercises. The Exercise Browser links to a CSMI custom-designed MPEG-2 video production system which produces customized video tapes of patient exercise programs.

March 1995

CSMI designs and manufactures The Stacker -- a motorized upgrade for BodyMasters and CYBEX selectorized Weight Stack machines. The Stacker provides additional eccentric loading without the need for a spotter. US Patent No. 5,476,428.

May 1994

CSMI releases the Adaptive Treadmill Automatic Speed Controller. US Patent No. 5,314,391.

June 1993

CSMI releases SportsWare Injury Tracking Software for the Macintosh.

September 1992

CSMI releases the HUMAC interface with automatic speed control allowing therapists to create automated protocols.

June 1992

CSMI releases a digital display upgrade for the CYBEX Fitron and UBE isokinetic exercise systems.

September 1991

CSMI releases the SportsWare Injury Tracking Software for the IBM PC under DOS.

January 1990

BIODEX Medical hires CSMI to design and manufacture a microcontroller-based data acquisition system for the BIODEX System2 Isokinetic Machine. The CSMI interface replaces the BIODEX PC plug-in cards with a stand-alone RS-232 system.

June 1988

CYBEX Medical, a division of LUMEX Healthcare, hires CSMI to design and manufacture the CYBEX 1000, 1100, and 1200, a low-cost line of isokinetic testing devices based on the CYBEX Orthotron Actuator. CSMI re-designs the Actuator incorporating a strain gauge torque sensor and optical encoder position sensor. CSMI establishes manufacturing and testing of the new actuators at the CYBEX Owatonna facility. CSMI provides manufacturing and support of the custom interface boards and HUMAC software. The HUMAC software is adapted to English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese.

September 1987

Hydrafitness Industries hires CSMI to design and manufacture Real-time Digital Displays, Force Sensors, and Direction Sensors for their complete line of Hydraulic Exercise Machines.

August 1987

CSMI wins NIH SBIR Phase II award for the development of a multi-processor network-based data acquisition system. Only 2% of the companies applying to the program are selected for these awards. CSMI develops a complete family of networked remote processing modules ranging in performance from a microcontroller-based, RS-232 module to x86-based, 2Mb/sec multi-station networked systems. Systems allows doctors to acquire, process, store, view, and temporally resolve multiple real-time data streams from remote patient monitors. (US Patent No. 4,883,739, 4,893,318).

June 1986

CSMI releases HUMAC upgrades for the CYBEX Orthotron II, KT-1, and KT-2 machines. The upgrades include custom torque and position sensors along with a modified version of the HUMAC program allowing clinics with Orthotron and KT systems to provide isokinetic testing at a reduced cost.

January 1986

CSMI wins an NIH SBIR Phase I award for the development of a multi-processor network-based data acquisition system.

June 1984

Loredan Biomedical hires CSMI to design and manufacture a custom version of the HUMAC System for their Lido Single Chair Extremity System.

January 1983

CSMI releases the HUMAC Computer System for the IBM PC.

February 1982

CSMI releases the HUMAC Computer System for the CYBEX II with installations at MIT, MGH, and the U.S. Olympic Training Center. Based on the Apple //e the HUMAC was the first computer/software system to replace the CYBEX II Chart Recorder.

June 1981

CSMI founder Rich Potash completes his bachelor's thesis at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to interface a custom designed computer system to the CYBEX II at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). The first HUMAC System is born.