Sentaz

Sentaz

Navigation for car drivers is usually provided by visual and auditory feedback. While visual feedback of proximity may seem the most obvious choice, a driver’s vision is already heavily loaded: drivers simultaneously watch the road, perform shoulder checks, monitor instruments—all…

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MNB 2.0

MNB 2.0

As a follow up on the outcomes of the Defense Innovation Competition of 2013, Elitac continues to develop the Mission Navigation Belt (MNB). Within this project the main focus is to create a stand-alone product, with all sensors and subsystems…

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SenSuit

SenSuit

Firefighters are essential and inevitable to public safety; saving others live by placing themselves in great danger. Elitac is developing the SenSuit, a wearable that enables a tactile communication between commander and firefighter making this hazardous work safer. Together with…

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VR-Suit

VR-Suit

Virtual worlds are an expanding phenomenon in everyday life. 3D movies are the standard in cinema’s. Our smartphones have nearly limitless applications, large tech companies keep expanding its levels of virtual social connectivities and take the lead in offering social…

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MotoSense

MotoSense

Within the MotoSense project, Elitac developed tactile navigation for motorcyclists. Currently available visual or auditory navigation methods are not the most safe and practical means to provide the motorcyclist with navigation information. Elitac investigated the possibilities for a navigation system…

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Defence Innovation Competition 2013

Defence Innovation Competition 2013

In 2013 Elitac has been awarded with the yearly Defense Innovation Award in the Netherlands. The project focuses on the development of a tactile vest that supports navigation and covert communication for soldiers. It enables the soldier to keep eyes,…

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FysioPal

FysioPal

Together with fashion designer Pauline van Dongen we developed a wearable tool for body posture conditioning. This esthetically pleasing product is comfortably worn under your clothing and gives a gentle vibration to motivate you to sit in a healthy and…

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Range-IT 

Range-IT 

Development of a stand-alone wearable device for obstacle recognition and indoor navigation for the blind. Tactile feedback has been recognised as important modality for conveying spatial information for blind and visually impaired people. The Range-IT system will allow visually impaired people…

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BLINDTRACK

BLINDTRACK

Within the BLINDTRACK project we developed a running facility embedded to a 400m athletic track for visually impaired people to run without another person’s assistance. BLINDTRACK brings a significant change in training opportunities of visually impaired. www.blindtrack.eu. An European FP7…

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Ditsef

Ditsef

With our partners we developed a belt that was specifically customized to increase the effectiveness and safety of First Responders. It displays in conjunction with a head mounted display important information about the building the First Responder is moving through…

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