In motorsport, as in all sports, controlling the heart rate is an essential part of improving performance. Now, thanks to Sensoria Smart Shirt and the R.S. Monitor application, you can achieve just that.

But you don't need a Renault car to use the App! You can start practicing motorsports with your own car and R.S. Monitor app

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Smart Golf Grip

In the game of golf, many factors impact the ability to consistently drive or putt a golf ball to its exact intended destination. The ability to measure consistency of grip—and provide confirmation to the golfer ahead of swinging the club—reduces (or removes) one of the many variables that ultimately affects where the golf ball lands. The Smart Grip measures the force/pressure exerted by golfer hands, and provide valuable and actionable audio/visual feedback ahead of swinging the club. The Smart Grip, developed in partnership with Microsoft, is powered by the ultra-light and powerful Sensoria Core: a highly customizable piece of embeddable microelectronics weighing under half an ounce and measuring just one inch square.

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According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are 5.3M Americans with Alzheimer’s today and this number is projected to grow to 13.8M by 2050. Alzheimer’s patients are at risk of falling. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that in a resident home with only 100 beds, on average 200 falls occur every year.

upBed is a Sensoria partner that leveraged our SDK to create a solution to help reduce the risk of falling in Dementia and Alzheimer’s patients. The caregiver places upBed on the patient’s ankle when they are going to sleep. When the patient starts to wake up, a notification is sent to the caregiver’s phone. Thanks to our Sensoria Core technology upBed is comfortable and unobtrusive and it is currently being utilized in clinical trials in Maine.

Diane Kibbin, Director of Assisted Living at OceanView, was excited to participate in the study as the program aligns with her goals of helping improve the safety and well-being of their residents.

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An independent study was conducted by the University Federico II of Naples on balance impairments monitoring with a previous version of Sensoria socks and the Zebris platform. Preliminary results showed a significant agreement between Sensoria Fitness and Zebris platform center of pressure measurements, suggesting a clinical use of Sensoria for low cost home care based balance impairment assessments. Future studies will be focused on calculating other typical posturographic indexes derivable from Sensoria socks pressure signals, studying their reproducibility and extending these preliminary results also in different eye closed condition.

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