OpenTera – Telehealth Platform

Published on April 27, 2021

The OpenTera Telehealth platform is developed to meet clinical and research needs by managing videoconferencing sessions, the integration of biometric sensors and asynchronous data capture in participant’s daily living environments. Software development is supported by INTER and involves ESTRAD (Specialized Team in Telerehabilitation at Home) and IntRoLab (Intelligent / Interactive / Integrated / Interdisciplinary Robot Lab) of the Université de Sherbrooke.

The source code is available at

INTER Members

François Michaud

Université de Sherbrooke

Génie électrique

35 INTER mandates

Michel Tousignant

Université de Sherbrooke

École de réadaptation

13 INTER mandates

Lucie Beaudry

Université du Québec à Montréal

École de danse

1 INTER mandate

Cyril Duclos

Université de Montréal


11 INTER mandates

Dahlia Kairy

Université de Montréal


12 INTER mandates

INTER Mandates

136 TeraDanse

Development of new features of the OpenTera platform for an asynchronous teledance intervention in stroke rehabilitation

126 Open Tera Phase 2

Telecommunication platform for remote rehabilitation

100 Open TeRa

Democratizing the use of the TeRa+ platform

067 Vigil2-TeRa+

Finalization of developments for the Vigil2-TeRa+ telerehabilitation platform