Wearables with Soft Sensors

We incorporate our soft sensors into wearables so that physical rehab data can be captured effectively and objectively without the need for physical rehab therapists to observe patients continuously.

The nature of the soft sensors makes it easy to measure the range of motion for most parts of the human body. These sensors can be embedded into gloves, knee and ankle guards, and various clothing.

These wearables are suitable specifically for users who have limited mobility due to their conditions or injuries. Typically, such users are either bed-bound or limited to their wheelchairs.

The expected launch date for these wearables beginning with the gloves is expected to be in the first quarter of 2022.