Tactile Robotics invents sensors to present visual motions in form of analytical and interactive data
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – FRIDAY, JULY 24, 2020
WINNIPEG, MB – Tactile Robotics unveils a slew of sensor inventions in the latest product release.
These are sensors with state-of-the-art infrastructure that incorporates device-to-device communication through the Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial IoT (IIoT), Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and Internet of Dental Things (IoDT).
“These sensors are revolutionary in the field of fitness, rehabilitation, dentistry, the medical sciences, and telerobotics, and will be able to help in many facets of life,” said Dr. Yaser Maddahi, CEO and President of Tactile Robotics.
DataRX-C™ – A state-of-the-art sensor reader and analyzer that plugs into our custom RX-UI™ software to read and analyze sensor data including orientations, speed, vibrations and many other key performance indicators for the health of any individual in fitness, rehabilitation and medical field.
DataRX-W™ – This is an advanced wireless version of DataRX-C™ that comprises at least one data streamer and one receiver. DataRX-W™ records and streams sensor data to the data receiver. The receiver plugs into our custom RX-UI™ software.
DataRX-WMO™ – A modernistic sensor reader and analyzer that plugs into our custom RX-UI™ software to read and analyze a set of sensory systems attached to a mobile object like a wheelchair. RX-UI™ restores/plots sensor data, interprets object activities and motion data in real-time, and provides advanced statistical data analysis.
To find out more about these sensors, take a look at our online brochure, here.