L.I.F.E.'s wearware is a tool that turns data generated by the body into key information, to enhance everyday wellbeing, it is the interface that connects humans to the truth generated by data.
The sensors embedded in our wearware gather detailed physiological information, and transmit them to a data-recording logger module. From there, the data is processed by advanced algorithms and wirelessly sent over to a smartphone or to a doctor's computer for further examination.
Through research and cooperation with medical and sport professionals we are continuously upgrading our devices to generate better data-anywhere, and in complete comfort.
Here is an introduction to our devices:
This is the next step in remote diagnostics. This wearable system introduces exams, that were once only available to medical institutions, to the freedom of everyday activities.
Our current medical devices are all multi-parametric recording systems. They were built to acquire a vast array of signals with scientific accuracy and to then process these signals with edge-computing microchips embedded in the wearware.
The apparel monitors movement and the functions of the heart and lungs through IMU, ECG, and respiratory mechanics. The system analyses and evaluates pace beat and arrhythmia, as well as detecting respiratory apneas. It can also recreate the 24-hour ECG Holter exam by providing a specialist with the relevant data needed to make a diagnosis.
Our Medical 2.0 device takes these functions one big leap forward. The updated version of the wearware, in addition to the shirt of the 1.0 version, will include sensorized leggings and a balaclava hood. With these extra components, the wearware will provide a holistic approach to the polysomnography exam.
The respiratory mechanics in the new version of the shirt will no longer be acquired by five independent compartments, instead they will be collected by three circumference sensors. These redesigned sensors allow the wearware to measure the amplitude of the lungs to detect apneas.
Thanks to the IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) sensors that line the interior of this wearware, the leggings are capable of detecting restless limb movement.
The balaclava detects brainwave activity and eye movement through EEG (electroencephalogram) and EOG (electrooculogram) sensors, to better distinguish the phases of sleep.
Among other functions, this next level wearware kit combined with more advanced algorithms will redefine the polysomnography exam by bringing it to the comfort of one's own bed.
1.0 Mentor Device
While the Medical device aims to support those in need to improve their health, the Mentor device is designed for those who want to boost their daily performance.
Equipped with IMU sensors, respiration sensors and ECG sensors, this wearware learns the user's habits and helps to improving them. It can be worn during specific activities or throughout any daily routine; the longer the wear, the better the insight.
2.0 Performance Device
It is called the Performance device for a reason: this new version of the Mentor device is currently being developed to take wellbeing mentorship, and kick it up a notch. The wearware was created with freedom in mind to monitor performance in any context, following every step, twist or flip.
The apparel is a suit, covering the body from head to toe. A variety of sensors line this wearware: EEG, EOG, IMU, respiratory circumference, and haptic sensors for immediate corrective feedback.
When it comes to monitoring physiological data, movement is a challenging field. That is why our system uses state-of-the art sensors and leading algorithms, to detect every detail of your body's dynamics. From the simplicity of correcting a rehabilitative posture through immediate haptic feedback, to improving the alignment of a daring hand stand, this wearware examines every aspect of movement to coach and fine-tune any performance.
The Logger collects the physiological data acquired by the wearware's sensors. With short range Bluetooth connectivity, it displays the data onto the user's screen of choice: a computer with the corresponding software, or a mobile device with the app. Its battery lasts 24 hours. The 2.0 version of this logger will be able to securely transmit and transfer data on the cloud or over the network with the same battery capacity.