Research organizations publish more than ever with Hexoskin data! Hexoskin Scientific Community has surpassed a significant milestone by publishing over 200 scientific publications.
Hexoskin is the most popular smart clothing platform for health monitoring in the world, and its users have published more papers with Hexoskin and Astroskin devices than with all the competition combined.
The long list of papers covers cardiovascular health, respiratory monitoring, stress, sleep, space medicine, and many more subjects.
We've always believed transparency and collaboration are fundamental values necessary to the progress of science. This is why from the beginning we provided to our users tools to conduct investigations, collect data from research participants, and an open API to access every data point collected and automate data processing tasks. From these tools has emerged a dynamic research community pushing our understanding of human physiology.
50 countries and is used by top universities, research institutes, hospitals, government, defense, police, and first responders organizations in addition to companies in many industries.
Our Hexoskin + Research program aims to support student and academic researchers every step of the way. Hexoskin also supports professionals and innovative companies with our program Hexoskin + Professionals.
The Hexoskin Team is attending the Ontario Exercise Physiology 2022 conference hosted by the University of Waterloo.
The Ontario Exercise Physiology conference is a student-focused meeting held annually. The conference attracts faculty and students from across Ontario and beyond, providing an opportunity for trainees to present their research, network with students and faculty, and learn about the exciting research being conducted across Ontario.
Participants are invited to visit the Hexoskin boot to exchange about their research and see the Hexoskin & Astroskin platforms in action with Real-Time Metrics.
Hexoskin is very proud to sponsor the event. Over the years several researchers and students from University of Waterloo have leveraged the Hexoskin products and solutions for their research. Here's a list of the published results from the University of Waterloo.
Tracking Astronaut Physical Activity and Cardiorespiratory Responses with the Bio-Monitor Sensor Shirt
Mastrandrea, C. et al. The FASEB Journal, Volume 35, Issue S1, Special Issue: Experimental Biology 2021 Meeting Abstract, 2021.
Temporal Prediction of Oxygen Uptake Dynamics from Wearable Sensors During Low-, Moderate-, and Heavy-intensity Exercise
Amelard, R. et al. Nature Partner Journals (NPJ) Digital Medicine, 4.1: 1-8, 2021.
Remote Health Monitoring System for Bedbound Patients
Alizadeh, M. et al. IEEE 20th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE), IEEE, 2020.
Wearable Sensor Technology and Machine Learning for Prediction of Oxygen Uptake and Extraction of Kinetics During Moderate and Heavy Intensity Exercise
Hedge, E.T. Master's Thesis of the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo, 2020.
Remote Monitoring of Human Vital Signs using mm-Wave FMCW Radar
Alizadeh, M. et al. IEEE Access, vol. 7, pp. 54958-54968, 2019.
Remote Vital Signs Monitoring using a mm-wave FMCW Radar
Alizadeh, M. Master’s thesis of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo, 2019.
Extracting Aerobic System Dynamics During Unsupervised Activities of Daily Living Using Wearable Sensor Machine Learning Models
Beltrame, T. et al. Journal of Applied Physiology, 124(2), p. 473-481, 2018.
Aerobic System Analysis Based on Oxygen Uptake and Hip Acceleration During Random Over-Ground Walking Activities
Beltrame, T. et al. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 312(1), p. R93–R100, 2017.
Prediction of Oxygen Uptake and Its Dynamics by Wearable Sensors During Activities of Daily Living
Beltrame, T. et al. Doctoral thesis of the Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, 2016.
Prediction of Oxygen Uptake Dynamics by Machine Learning Analysis of Wearable Sensors during Activities of Daily Living
Beltrame, T. et al. Scientific Reports. 7, p. 45738, 2017.
Validation of the Hexoskin Wearable Vest During Lying, Sitting, Standing and Walking Activities
Villar, R. et al. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 40(10), p. 1019-24, 2015.
We look forward to seeing more results and projects being published in the coming years!
Many universities, research institutes, and companies are leveraging the Hexoskin and Astroskin platforms to conduct their research and projects and generate results.
Hexoskin has developed tailored programs for researchers and professionals to support them in the planning of their project. Contact our team today to start planning your next project and get a quote with perks and discounts from our Hexoskin+ programs for professionals, academic researchers, and students.