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Sensoria makes new wearable fitness gear & running system
Aug '15
Courtesy: Sensoria
Courtesy: Sensoria
Sensoria Inc., a leader in wearable fitness technology, has launched the 2015 line of wearable fitness gear and integrated running system, along with updates to the accompanying Android app.

The new line of smart sports bra and t-shirt, along with the newly available running system is expected to improve consistency, accuracy, and user experience, providing customers with greater insights about their running style and physical performance. The smart socks and upper body garments all connect to the Sensoria Fitness mobile app to provide holistic, real-time feedback and monitor running form, reduce chance of injury and improve performance.

The company has completely redesigned the smart sports bra and t-shirt for 2015 with new integrated heart rate electrodes. The new line is made of a fabric with moisture wicking to minimize body temperature fluctuations. The new heart rate sensors offer improved comfort, accuracy, and consistency.

Sensoria is also providing a full IoE (Internet of Everyone) experience with a wearable running system that enables advanced training with real-time audio and visual feedback based on data collected directly from the Sensoria smart bra, smart t-shirt, and smart socks. The Sensoria running system for men includes a smart t-shirt with built in heart rate monitor, two pairs of smart socks, two anklets, which communicate with the Sensoria Fitness mobile app, and an anklet charger, according to a press release.

A new version of the Sensoria Fitness Mobile app for Android is available for free download in the Google Play store. The new version improves the Virtual Coach and Shoe Closet features of the app, includes a user feedback form, incorporates splits for session data, and also enables user avatar integration with the web dashboard. Just like the current iOS app, the newly updated Android app now enables customized cardio zone targeting.

Davide Vigano, CEO and co-founder of Sensoria said, “Our smart socks are a powerful analytic and training tool for runners who want to pay attention to their running form. The new smart sports bra and t-shirt provide runners a more complete view of how the body functions by enabling heart rate zone training and monitoring for running.” (GK)

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