The story of LifeSense Group began in 2015 when Valer Pop was leading a team at imec’s Holst Center exploring ways in which wearable sensor technology could help people living with involuntary urine loss. Meanwhile social designer Julia Veldhuijzen van Zanten was studying how designers can tackle the stigma associated with daily aids. The meeting and collaboration of the two, with a shared mission to help improve the health of women and men worldwide, culminated in the creation of LifeSense Group.
The LifeSense team is now comprised of an international group with offices in the Netherlands and Japan.
LifeSense Group is a B2b Netherlands based wearable technology company with customers worldwide. Our international team draws on their breadth of knowledge, expertise, and experiences to continually bring forth new designs and applications for wearable technology. We enjoy collaboration with many other companies and organizations to expand our knowledge and ability to reach a global customer base.
LifeSense aims to empower people everyday by revolutionizing healthcare with wearable technology.
LifeSense seeks to inspire a healthier life for everyone, everyday.
To enable every individual to regain their sense of life through wearable technology
At LifeSense Group, we are working hard to build ideas and technology with a wide scope of applications. From our hardware to our software, our sensor to our smart textiles, we have our eye on the future.
As a result of the evolution of our products, we have set a standard of unique innovation. Our zero power consumption wearable is the first of its kind and poised for use in any other wearable device while the nanotechnology textiles at work in our underwear absorb leaks and dry faster than cotton, increasing comfort and viability across a wide range of applications and products.
As we continue to innovate and grow we remain open to opportunities for collaboration on a variety of levels and platforms. We are invigorated and inspired through cooperation with others and look forward to expanding our impact through many different avenues.
In bringing Carin to market, LifeSense has drawn on the skills of a range of local partners. The mobile sensor unit is manufactured by Matas Electronics, while part of the training program and app are developed in conjunction with Lifestyle Interactive and Zinc Group. Developmental input was also provided by Dr. Bary Berghmans of the Pelvic Care Center at the Maastricht University Medical Center, where the first clinical trials of Carin are currently in progress.