GLASGOW, SCOTLAND--(Marketwired - Mar 23, 2017) - HCi Viocare (
The 4th Generation Smart insole is the closest to commercial-ready product due to its significantly higher level of durability and resolution, as well as its improved communication and connectivity capabilities. The new version embeds the additional feature of temperature monitoring. The Flexisense™ enabled insole maintains its uniqueness of measuring direct and shear forces.
Dr. Christos Kapatos, HCi Viocare's co-founder and CTO stated: "We are very happy today. I am proud for our 4th Generation Smart Insole, which is as close to a commercial-ready product as it can get from our side. In the next days the samples will be delivered to the major sports manufactures we are in discussions with and we are positive that they will see the insoles for what they are, the future of sports wearable performance measuring devices." Dr. Kapatos added: "I expect this version to even attract the direct interest of major Athletic Associations."
About HCi Viocare
HCi Viocare has two fully owned subsidiaries: 1. HCi Viocare Technologies: developing hardware solutions aiming to empower the user by providing on demand information and enhancing living quality. The R&D center located in Glasgow, Scotland, is working on a large portfolio of cutting edge, revolutionary and disruptive technologies in the fields of Digital Health, Prosthetics, Orthotics, Diabetes, Assistive Devices and Sports & Wellbeing. The Company has developed a unique sensing technology with the brand name Flexisense™, which uses a multitude of micro sensors to detect pressure as well as shear that is unique over other sensing technologies. The sensors are wirelessly connected to smart devices providing real time and on demand information. HCi Viocare Technologies works on a licensing business model. 2. HCi Viocare Clinics: creating the first cross-border independent chain of Prosthetics & Orthotics (P&O) and Diabetic Foot clinics in Europe and the Middle East
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