Goal

To monitor the physical condition of people

Project

Developed by local startup KaHa and textile company Tex Line, with support from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A* STAR), the smart T-shirts, which connect to an app on a smartphone, detect heart disorders and track and record physical fitness data such as heart rate, calories burned and a number of steps.
The smart T-shirt has two layers: the outer layer is made of typical sportswear material, while the inner layer contains carbon electrodes, key sensors used to read the

The price of such T-shirts will be only 20-30% higher than regular sportswear

May 27, 2018 project announcement

Dec. 2, 2018 Testing t-shirts with a hundred runners during a race

Mid-2019 Planned sales launch

Results

State: anticipates the possibility of use in medical Institutions to monitor the condition of patients

Citizens: ability to track their physical condition For people involved in sports, as well as for home use

 

   

Singapore

 

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