Sensoria for Healthcare



Sensoria believes that impactful change can be made through technology in intuitive ways. We have developed a technology platform comprising novel textile sensors, innovative electronics, mobile application with real-time alerting capabilities and a robust cloud infrastructure for data analysis.


The Sensoria sensors are skin safe and have been tested against multiple pH ranges. They are less than 1 mm in thickness, providing flexibility in form factor for a wide range of clinical applications.

Neuroscience Research Australia Awarded Michael J. Fox Foundation Grant to Help Parkinson’s Patients Improve Rehab Outcomes and Quality of Life

The research project is made possible by the MJFF grant award, and Sensoria Health investment, textile sensor infused smart socks and Sensoria Core microelectronics.

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SENSORIA HEALTH ANNOUNCES INTERNET OF ME ALLIANCE

Sensoria Health Brings Personal, Data-Driven, Interoperable and Reliable Microsoft Azure IoT platform Architecture to Healthcare. Partners and developers will lead the charge to enable precise and personalized medicine.

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Sensoria Health and Optima Join Forces

Sensoria Health and Optima Molliter joined forces to create the first smart diabetic footwear product that will monitor a patient's compliance to the clinician’s prescribed mechanical offloading protocol.

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  • Rehabilitation

    Sensoria will enable a range of rehabilitation services to be delivered at home. Functional capacity and mobility tests could be tracked and recorded remotely.

  • Diabetic Foot Complications

    Sensoria’s textile sensor technology, along with real-time alerting capabilities, can potentially be applied to acute care, primary prevention and secondary prevention scenarios.

  • Fall Detection and Prevention

    The combination of accelerometer with plantar pressure readings yield more reliable fall detections and reduce the costs of unnecessary care escalation or ambulance dispatch.

  • Neurology

    Researchers have proven the importance of Gait monitoring for many disease states, from Parkinson’s to Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimers.