Based on the vision The Garment is the Computer®, Sensoria has developed an IoMe(Internet of Me) platform that enables you to create internet connected and biometric sensing smart garments.Our Sensoria Developer Kit (SDK) includes proprietary and customizable textile sensors, microelectronics, mobile data collection and visualization software and the Sensoria cloud infrastructure API’s built on Microsoft Azure.
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The Sensoria Developer Kit provides the hardware, API libraries and developer tools necessary to build, test and debug “Internet of Me” solutions based on the Sensoria technology.
The Sensoria Developer Kit enables developers, researchers and smart garment OEMs to rapidly design, develop and deploy their own range of smart garments – reducing complexity, R&D costs and time-to-market. The SDK provides the necessary abstraction layer between garments, hardware and apps.
Included in our SDK package, you will receive four components (Garments, Microelectronics, Mobile Software, Cloud System Access) that will help you to develop and test our Sensoria® sensor-infused garments (i.e. socks, shirts, shoes, etc.) with your clinical studies / projects
Development teams can now focus on developing their end-user apps while the SDK removes the complexity of working directly with garments and sensors, Bluetooth stacks, storage, memory, accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers and other services provided by Sensoria smart garments and Sensoria® Core.
Now available, the new Sensoria Core electronics module will be the latest addition to the Sensoria technology platform. Sensoria Core features best of breed, ultra-low power SoC, storage, the ability to connect to multiple footwear and garment embedded sensors and also boasts a 9-axis MEMS sensor. This new embeddable technology will accelerate the integration of a broad spectrum of sensors with footwear and apparel products.
Sensoria has developed a number of algorithms that you can access and customize for your own specific solution. Some examples of the algorithms available are: