Athletes Need To Sweat Smarter

Tracking Hydration is Hit or Miss

Sodium loss leads to severe performance loss. No one can track sodium levels in real-time. Lack of measurement leads to improper hydration and decreased athletic performance.

What An Individual Needs To Drink Depends On 4 Factors:

  • Exercise Intensity
  • }Exercise Duration
  • Temperature & Humidity of Environment
  • Individual Body Chemistry

Without an accurate monitor for sodium loss, hydration is a hit or miss guessing game.

Introducing SweatID

SweatID is a disposable nonwoven fabric sensor that can specifically measure the sodium concentration of a person’s sweat in real-time. The sensor may be worn as a patch, as an armband, or even integrated into clothing. Users can receive a personalized hydration strategy based on their individual sweat profile.

For Athletes, The SweatID System Is The Perfect Product Packed With Features

We provide science to accurately measure sodium concentrations in each person’s sweat in real-time to allow them to build a personalized hydration plan. That’s smart!

  • Hardware
  • Software/Data
  • Customized Hydration Strategy

A New Model For Hydration Diagnostics

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Disposable Sensor Integrated Into SweatID Compatible Garments.

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Data Sent Via Bluetooth To Phone, Tablet Or Watch App.

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Analyze Sensor Data And Provide Athletes With An Individual Hydration Strategy. Becomes More Accurate Over Time.

The SweatID System Delivers:

Real-Time Monitoring

No more guessing about electrolyte loss, now you can know exactly how your body sweats

Lab Quality Accuracy anytime, anyplace

Directly measures sodium, test and retest at your convenience whenever weather conditions or your conditioning changes

Comfortable to wear

The OPS sensor is integrated into an easy to wear band on your upper arm, like a sweat band, and keeps your hands free and unencumbered

Snap in a new sensor every time

Convenient, accurate and eliminates the need for washing and drying sensors

Skin-friendly

No unpleasant adhesives or dyes that cause sticky spots and discoloration

Future App Integration

Connect RooSense with your Strava, Garmin, and Training Peaks accounts to make the most of your data

Every body sweats differently. SweatID is the only real time hydration data platform that gives personalized sweat output for wellness and optimized athletic performance.

Our solution is to monitor sodium levels in clothing/gear athletes are already wearing to enable real-time replenishment. This leads to:

  • Increased Performance
  • Reduced Muscle Cramping
  • Decreased Lightheadedness
  • Decreased Nausea
  • Enhanced User Experience

“I feel like we had a very, very, very humid summer, and it was really tough like, you know, anybody who was training this summer most definitely with Hydration and replenishing with electrolyte like sodium. It’s tricky, and balancing that out was definitely a major topic especially with all the hormone balance needed for women, because that’s what happens when the heat and timidity turn up.”

— Dana Dombrowski, Female Ironman Athlete

“Most coaches who take hydration and fueling seriously, they’re going to recommend their athletes to take a sweat test.”

— Justin Arnosky, Ironman/Ultramarathon/Triathlon Runner

“I actually think this product would be very useful for just the average person. We’re going to record your hydration levels as well as what you’re deficient in. And then we’re going to create a custom blend just for you that’s intended just to increase your hydration just throughout the day. And this would be perfect for people who maybe aren’t elite athletes who maybe just want to have a better grasp on their hydration throughout the day other than just drinking a lot of water. And they want something that’s more tuned to them. It’s more custom to them.”

— Doug Cushing, Ironman athlete and Designer at SmartSpace

Athletes — Interested In Testing SweatID Technology?

We’re always looking for athletes to help us test our technology. If you’d like to participate, please sign up for notifications and testing opportunities.

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