New sensor, app monitors for cardiac arrest while also offering virtual training advice.
David Savastano, Editor06.27.16
Lifestyle and fitness are two areas that are driving the growth in wearables technology. People are always looking to improve their health, and technology is helping with training.
Through its textile sensors, electronics and software platform, Sensoria has successfully made strides in this field, leveraging fast prototyping tools and 3D printing technologies with equipment both at its lab and in its supply chain. Its intial breakthrough product was its award-winning Sensoria Fitness Socks. The sock connects to a Bluetooth detachable anklet, which contains a variety of sensors, including an accelerometer, BT Smart communication and over-the-air system update to provide data such as steps, pace, speed, calories, altitude gain/loss, distance and foot landing technique. Sensoria created the textile sensor infused smart socks , the mobile app and the web dashboard which makes it easy to compare impact forces across over 8,000 models of running shoes.
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