Wearable technology is certainly a hot topic at the CES 2016, with Sensoria unveiling updates to its Smart Running System garments. In addition to new colors and styles of running shirts and sports bras, the technology and its connected app platform have undergone advancements.
Sensoria's Smart Running System is made up of smart socks, sports bras and shirts that track and analyze running form -- preventing injuries and improving skills. The updates to the integrated sensors now allow for measurement of foot impact, average stride length, heart rate zone and variability tracking. These metric additions come along with an expanded web dashboard that compares shoes, tracks their mileage and notifies users when to replace them -- even providing personalized suggestions.
Finally, the wearable technology brand is also releasing its own platform, the Sensoria Development Kit, to sell their sensor technology to other apparel, sporting good and wellness brands.