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Healthcare & medical devices
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Body pressure mapping

The technology behind body pressure mapping is useful across a variety of sectors. For example, in health doctors can understand how a support device interacts with a particular area of the body and in sport a trainer or user can assess and optimise form. The ability to measure force, map pressure and recognise human poses and movement patterns opens up any number of novel product opportunities for smart devices and interactions.

Measuring enhanced interaction modes

  • Body print
  • Limb print
  • Hand placement
  • Force distribution
  • Alignment
  • Gesture detection
  • Activity tracking

For the first time, manufacturers can incorporate technology that can monitor and track body and limb print, hand placement, force distribution and gesture detection, among other interactions. The data collected is more precise and available in real time, thanks to TG0 APIs, powered by artificial intelligence. Pressure sensors for limbs and prosthetics for example, can accurately recognise movements, alignment, fit, and comfort, relying only on hardware sensor data.

Technology meets comfort

  • No sacrificing comfort for functionality
  • Full styling flexibility: on any surface finish, including easy clean and waterproof options
  • Any surface curvature
  • Pliable, soft, lightweight sensing materials
  • WiFi & Bluetooth enabled

TG0’s technology can be applied across any number of shapes and curvature, as well as types of surfaces and finishes, including easy clean and waterproof options. The material is pliable, soft and lightweight, making it unobtrusive and perfect for medical, sport and gaming settings. It’s WiFi and Bluetooth Low Energy enabled, and affordable enough for mass-scale manufacture, coupled by a set of software solutions that are capable of delivering real-time data and insights.

Streamlined process

  • Build smarter from prototype to product
  • Rapid prototyping opportunities
  • Shape and size scalability
  • Fewer sensors for increased performance and easier assembly
  • Highest sensor coverage on the market.

Traditional matrix-based piezoresistive technologies have previously been too limiting and expensive to commercialise stand-alone motion tracking recognition products. But TG0 polymer-based sensor technology makes scale manufacturing a possibility. Reducing the number of sensors makes assembly more straightforward, while still delivering the highest sensor coverage on the market. Our multi-disciplinary team will work with partners end-to-end to take an idea from prototype to product within a matter of weeks.

The result is a disruptive method of manufacturing large-sized 3D shaped sensor arrays, accompanied by a set of software solutions capable of delivering real-time posture and activity tracking.

Body pressure mapping

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