Toyoda Gosei starts sample shipments of e-Rubber 'Smart Insoles'


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They've been around for years by French and Korean companies. None were very successful because people don't understand what the data means or how to use it. The coaches know less than the players.

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Peter NeilToday  08:55 am JST

They've been around for years by French and Korean companies. 

The article doesn't claim to be the first smart sole manufacturer, it's the first to use "e-Rubber", the entire sole is a single sensor with higher accuracy. If existing smart insoles haven't been successfull as you say, then they were likely not accurate enough to be useful. This e-Rubber changes that at least. We'll see how useful they are in sports, and the medical field no doubt will make the most of what it can offer.

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