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Sensoria recognised for its innovative business model

Frost & Sullivan’s Companies to Action Award recognised Sensoria for shaping the future through implementation of best practices.

4th October 2016

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Redmond, WA

Medical/Hygiene, Sports/​Outdoor, Clothing/​Footwear

Sensoria Fitness, a leader in artificial intelligence and smart garment technology, has received the Companies to Action Award from Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company. The award was presented to Sensoria at Frost & Sullivan’s Growth, Innovation & Leadership (GIL) award event in Silicon Valley, CA, last month.

“Sensoria was chosen amongst more than one million companies that Frost & Sullivan monitored and analysed this year,” commented Davide Vigano, CEO and co-founder of Sensoria. “From delivering wearable solutions for injury prone runners to partnering with a team of cardiologists to develop the best algorithm for in-depth heart rate monitoring, to incorporating revolutionary sensors and materials in our smart garments, Sensoria is proud to be recognized for being at the forefront of the development of Internet of Me technologies.”

Frost & Sullivan’s Companies to Action Award recognised Sensoria and Davide Vigano for shaping the future through implementation of best practices, visionary leadership, and innovation of business models. As a winner, Sensoria is also noted as a top company to target for investments.

Smart wearable solutions

Headquartered in Redmond, WA, Sensoria is a leading developer of smart garments and IoMe (Internet of Me) wearable solutions. Its proprietary sensor, electronics and software platform is designed to enable Sensoria powered garments to capture and convert data into actionable information to health and fitness users in real-time.

Most recently, Sensoria announced its new Sensoria Fitness v2.0 app, featuring a cardiologist-created algorithm called Heart Sentinel. The patent-pending algorithm utilizes Sensoria’s HRM smart garments to monitor for irregularities associated with sudden cardiac arrest. If irregularities are detected, Heart Sentinel alerts the user with a brief countdown to determine if he or she is still conscious, and if no response is received, it sends text alerts with GPS coordinates to pre-selected emergency contacts urging them to call for medical help immediately.

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