BIO_SOLE® is a self-contained biometric credentialing system designed to meet the security, mobility and privacy needs of identity and access control automation. BIO_SOLE is suitable for the most sensitive controlled-access applications. Its reliable and consistent performance eliminates the security risks associated with lost swipe cards, compromised access codes and identity theft. BIO_SOLE is also cost effective.
Each person walks in a way that is unique to them. This way of walking, or gait, creates a PEDO_BIOMETRIC® signature that can be used to establish identity and to monitor various health conditions.
The unique PEDO_BIOMETRIC signature is created by measuring the pressure placed on the different regions of the foot while standing, walking or running. This data is gathered by the BIO_SOLE® and can be monitored for changes over time.
BIO_SOLE® is poised to play an integral role in Mobile Health (mHealth)—the use of mobile devices and technologies to support the delivery of health care services.
The BIO_SOLE can be used for:
autonomous_ID has partnered with the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the University of New Brunswick to study and evaluate the BIO_SOLE. During this study, the BIO_SOLE is used during a variety of physical activities and the gathered data is processed using software contained in the insole. This creates a baseline PEDO_BIOMETRIC® signature for each BIO_SOLE user that will be monitored over time for early detection of conditions like diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, dementia and more.
The BIO_SOLE® Console enables real-time change control, audit, system mapping, analytics, intelligence and emergency location services, providing a common picture of the deployment environment and its active resources and authorized personnel.
BIO_SOLE’s closed-loop identity platform minimizes the use of client infrastructure. Administrative overhead, including secure storage and site bandwidth allocations, is dramatically reduced.
Research & Development
autonomous_ID is currently accepting research proposals in a variety of fields. Award consideration begins in the fall of 2016. Contact Us for more information. We are currently conducting research in the following areas:
Go to Contact Us and select the subject matter ‘Research Proposal’.