Smart apparel that delivers biomechanical insights for professional sports teams and athletes.
Automatic detection, classification and analysis of exercises and routines.
How formsense PRO works.
A Wearable System
Proprietary Dataset & Platform
Data Driven Insights
Over 20 proprietary sensors are seamlessly embedded within machine-washable, base-layer activewear to provide the most accurate measurement of biomechanics. Feels like any other training tights.
Our portable and interactive mission control app helps trainers benchmark players and assess injury risk any time, anywhere.
Our proprietary datasets and algorithms create real-time performance and injury correlations to enable data-driven decision making.
Form is at the core of all athletic performance.
Understanding the biomechanics of athletes is critical for success.
Our discrete body sensors can detect form changes more accurately than cameras. By detecting form changes early, potential injuries due to poor form can be avoided.
Tracking the progress of recovery in an objective, data-driven manner improves athlete motivation and physical therapy efforts.
By identifying the key biomechanics insights that are associated with high performance, staff can better tune protocols for maximum results.
Creating insights from biomechanical data
has never been simpler.
Collect and analyze data from multiple athletes at once with minimal setup time.
Evaluate Performance Anywhere
On the field, on the court or in the gym, you’re not tied to any one location or bulky equipment.
Make protocols more effective
by taking accurate readings
formsense PRO has been tested by and endorsed by some of the world’s best professional
athletes and athletic trainers.
Finally, I have an objective assessment tool that doesn’t impede on workflows or interrupt my athlete training schedules. I’ve spent years working with biomechanics labs looking for a solution that’s highly accurate, easy to use, and improves injury outcomes. With formsense, this has finally become a reality.
— Director of Sports Physiology & Science,
Major League Soccer Team