Company’s fabric-based sensors gain traction in healthcare, VR and automotive applications, among others
David Savastano, Editor08.15.18
Opportunities for sensors are flourishing. This is going to continue as new possibilities emerge in areas ranging from healthcare and automotive to the Internet of Things, where potentially billions of sensors may be required.
All of this is good news for BeBop Sensors, whose fabric-based sensors are already appearing in products worldwide. Sri Peruvemba, VP of strategy for BeBop Sensors, said that BeBop has already shipped more than two million sensors in the music field, where its founder, Keith McMillan, has employed their systems into the BopPad electronic drum pad and other instruments. The company also supplies its sensors to Fortune 500 companies in a wide range of fields.
“In the music field, we have shipped over two million units - Keith McMillan Instruments (KMI), our sister company, buys from BeBop Sensors for its Bop Pad electronic drums,” Peruvemba noted.
BeBop Sensors recently completed a more than $10 million financing round, which
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