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Sensoria unveils smart Sensoria Sock 2.0 at CES 2017 show
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Jan '17
Courtesy: Sensoria
Courtesy: Sensoria
Sensoria, a leader in smart garment technology, is set to unveil Sensoria Sock 2.0, the upgraded, ultra-light sock, which detects crucial core metrics like foot landing and impact forces exerted by the runner, at the ongoing 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, a gathering place for consumer technologies, in Las Vegas, from January 5 to 8, 2017, in booth 44930.

The new smart socks are made of anti-bacterial, anti-blistering, and sweat wicking material and are two times lighter than Sensoria’s current smart socks. In addition, Sensoria Sock 2.0’s upgraded textile pressure sensors are now better protected from sweat and water, making them more reliable and accurate than ever before. Once connected to the new Sensoria Run 2.0 app for iOS, runners receive actionable information from Sensoria’s artificial intelligence coach, Mara, on how to run farther, faster and healthier. The socks are also compatible with the Sensoria Web Dashboard v2.0, which features a virtual shoe closet that compares more than 8,000 models of running shoes and alerts users when it’s time to invest in a new pair.

Sensoria Core is an innovative, non-mission specific microelectronic component, weighing less than half an ounce and measuring less than one square inch. Compared to the Sensoria Fitness anklet, which accompanies the current smart socks, Sensoria Core is four times smaller and has double the battery life. The technology connects to Sensoria Sock 2.0’s three proprietary textile pressure sensors embedded under the plantar area of the sock. From there, Sensoria Core measures impact, pace, speed, cadence, foot landing technique and GPS track. Sensoria Sock 2.0 can also stream data in real-time and store distance running statistics for more than a month, allowing users to exercise without their smartphone. (GK)

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